‘Non-fiction for busy people’ – Launch of Drogheda Business Book Club

Do you ever complain that you don’t have time to read? The Mill Enterprise Hub launched the Drogheda Business Book Club on Thursday, October 18th at 5:30pm which focuses on ‘Non-Fiction for Busy People’. The club is open to the general public and the main focus will be on reading and discussing a combination of the latest business books alongside acknowledged classics on Strategy, Innovation, Business biographies, and a plethora of other relevant business headings.

The Business Book Club will follow the normal book club format but will also include an online forum. A monthly book will be chosen by members of the group and a discussion will then take place at the next meeting on the merits of the book and whether it is relevant to your business or workplace. The online forum will enable members to discuss the book between meetings and assist to keep readers motivated.

“We are confident that everyone can read more if they belong to a Business Book Club,” says Anna Kurtisa of The Mill Enterprise Hub, “we are here to guide members through the world of business books and advise them on the most efficient reading practices, so that they can read at least 1 book a month even with a busy working schedule. It’s crucial that local entrepreneurs and startups stay informed of the latest ideas, and this will be  a fun and relaxed way to do so. The club is open to  anyone interested in business from students to startups and seasoned managers and owners”.

The 1-hour introductory session on Thursday, 18 October, gave the group a chance to discuss the format and time of future meetings and the process of monthly book-picking, as well as to learn more about effective reading practices. There is no cost to attend the meetings.