Victor Branigan

What Not To Do / Victor Branigan

Victor Branagan (M.Sc. M.B.S.) is a green entrepreneur, coach and educator working with clients in Ireland and internationally.

My Expertise

Victor has extensive international experience having worked in 12 countries as an adult educator with particular emphasis on social and environmental sectors. Victor is a Coach and Training Partner with Climate-KIC a European public/private partnership which is focused on preparing businesses for a low carbon future. He was the Chair of the NGO Global Action Plan International up to 2020 and is a Director of the Cork Environmental Forum. Currently, he works with Kilkenny Leader Partnership as a social enterprise co-ordinator.

Previously, he worked as the Director of the Green Business School in Dublin, Ireland. He has years of experience in both education and training and combines this with his interests in entrepreneurship and sustainability to develop new programmes for a sustainable future.

Victor holds a Masters in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability from Blekinge Tecniska Hogskola, Sweden and a Masters degree in Entrepreneurship Management from the University of Limerick, Ireland.

My Articles

  • What Not To Do When Establishing a Social Enterprise

    I have been involved with establishing many social enterprises and often we suffer from an inferiority complex, a feeling that we are running a business and that in some way it is ‘business-lite’ in comparison to standard profit making business. This complex leads to a reliance on hand-outs and the…

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