Brother Eugene and Robert set up The Dough Bros when they discovered a gap in the market for a street food business in Galway.
From small beginnings in a street food truck and countless obstacles overcome, the Dough Bros never stopped aiming high. And now they have the success to show for it with a critically acclaimed restaurant in Galway city.
This is the kind of story that the #YouthEmpowered programme is all about!
An initiative of Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company (HBC), the initiative seeks to support those aged 18-30 across Ireland and Northern Ireland who are not in education, employment or training with the skills and confidence to aim high and make goals like the one above a reality.
The Dough Bros have now joined forces with #YouthEmpowermed to urge young people across Ireland to aim high and achieve their personal goals by registering for free life and business training skills online through the #YouthEmpowered Digital Hub.
“By partnering with the #YouthEmpowered programme, we want to show all young people what is possible if you have belief in yourself and take every challenge as an opportunity. We would call on young people looking for extra motivation, training and mentorship to register for the #YouthEmpowered Digital Hub today.”
The #YouthEmpowered Digital Hub provides fundamental life and business skills for young people, including courses in financial literacy, time management, project management, business, negotiation and sales skills.
Young people can also embark on self-development courses, discover what career is the best fit for their personality and learn more about relationship and communication skills.
If you’re interested in joining Ronan and Eugene on a journey of self-development and discovery in the Digital Hub register here.