A very excited Greenie Land Gang set off to Bloom in the Phoenix Park Dublin last Friday looking for fun and inspiration, they were not disappointed!
We arrived at the secret filming location in Dublin with a lot of trepidation. The big day had finally arrived where we could share our business idea with the top business people in Ireland. We were looking for and investment of 70,000 euro for 25% of our business.
As we arrived we were met by the Shinawil production team. They were all buzzing about busily with very official looking headsets but took the time to help us settle in. We soon found out we were the last people scheduled so there would be a long wait.
We practiced our pitch over and over, reviewed our prepared material and tried to ignore the nerves! It was very surreal to think we had reached this point in our venture, a small start-up home based business about to meet the Dragons!
A short clip with Morag talking to Teresa Mannion RTE TV western reporter about how redundancy in the corporate sector led her to thinking about other skills and eventually coming up with the concept of 'Greenieland' and producing Greenieland Interactive's first product the book 'Gordon Goes to Greenieland' (1.40 onwards)
As part of his travels around the country to hear people views on the looming budget, Cian McCormack award winning Morning Ireland RTÉ presenter spent sometime in Galway. We are all very excited that Morag was invited into the RTE studios to chat about Greenieland and how the budget is likely to affect us as a start up business.