Friday 24 May 2019

Lightbulb moments: Ideas into actions

SEI Academy East participant, Terri Lloyd of Lloyd's Foundation for Social Needs. Photo: Mark Stedman
SEI Academy East participant, Terri Lloyd of Lloyd's Foundation for Social Needs. Photo: Mark Stedman

A communications platform for separated parents, an athletics initiative, and a programme that helps parents from disadvantaged backgrounds plan and cook meals on a budget were among ideas explored at the Social Entrepreneurs Ireland's (SEI) bootcamp at The Teacher's Club in Dublin.

The bootcamp series kicked-off in Cork and conclude in Galway on Thursday. SEI's Academy programme, supported by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, is worth more than €7,500 in mentoring and support to early-stage social enterprise ideas.

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Pictured is SEI Academy East participant, Terri Lloyd of Lloyd's Foundation for Social Needs.

Irish Independent

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