Republic of Work, Cork


Wed Jan 10 18:00



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Meet an Entrepreneur from the Corporate World!!



Are you thinking of making The Leap from employment to entrepreneurship?

Have you already made The Leap?

Could you learn by listening to a business coach?

Fellow Entrepreneurs

A date for your diary:
6pm, 10th January, Republic of Work, South Mall, Cork

4 Ways you benefit by attending :

• You will learn directly from the experience of Jay Chopra, founder of Making Shift Happen ( ) providing high-quality coaching about leadership. He is going to share with us his story how he moved from high on the corporate ladder to being an entrepreneur and setting up his own company.

• You will be able to network and meet other Cork entrepreneurs

• You will be able to experience fantastic atmosphere of Republic of Work

• Tap into the potential of the hyper-connected Entrepreneurs Anonymous Network with 20000+ members in 15 cities

• Come along and offer support and advice to others in their ventures; they will offer to help you in return.

We provide coffee and snacks (just in case you miss your dinner)

Who Is Jay Chopra?

Jay is a Founder and Director of Company Making Shift Happen.

Jay has extensive experience as a coach, trainer @ leader in the business world, having led change in 15+ countries. Jay holds Ph.D. in Science and is a certified executive and personal coach, whole brain coach, and strength coach.

He has delivered thousands of hours of executive coaching, routinely working at executive team level in multinational companies. He specialises in senior leader and senior leadership team effectiveness. Jay has helped 500+ leaders become more innovative, inspirational and agile.

Before becoming an entrepreneur, Jay served on the innovation leadership team for an organization of over 20,000 people for 5+ years. He was responsible for helping to create an innovative culture across the worldwide footprint of the organisation, using top-down and bottom-up approaches.

Jay has also trained 300+ innovation coaches via disruptive boot camp experiences. Earlier in his career, Jay was a serial innovator, delivering mega-million dollar innovations.

Jay is an accomplished speaker, regularly speaking to large audiences on leadership, innovation, whole-brain thinking, D&I, teams, emotional intelligence, and entrepreneurship.


Why do we organise this event?

We firmly believe that each entrepreneur has a high potential to make a difference. But to succeed you must have the right mindset, network, and support. The Entrepreneurs’ Anonymous network is there to help you make shift happen!

We would like to thank the Republic of Work for all support and help in running our Entrepreneurs Anonymous events. Please find more about venue by clicking on the link below by using this link:


6:00 PM - Welcoming coffee and Networking

6:30 PM – Jay Chopra presentation and Q&A

7:15 PM – Networking and connecting with fellow entrepreneurs

About the Venue

Republic of Work is a space for work to happen. Not just any work, but your best work; the most productive, innovative, forward-thinking work that you have ever done. It is an environment for dreamers to become do-ers, for thinkers to bring their vision to the real world, a place to start, scale and grow your business.

For grown-up businesses it gives your people a chance to think outside your business about the future of your business. It's about freedom from cubicles, freedom to think and create, to interact with imaginative thinkers, to imagine the possibilities.


Put the date in your diary now, while you are thinking about it. You don’t want to miss a great evening for entrepreneurs!

See you soon


PS. Please Ring me, Adam Rosicki, on 086-881-2828 if you have any questions about the venue, the subject or the group. I love to talk, so don’t be shy, give me a bell, or drop me a line by Meetup private message.


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