Sound Advice’s catalysts to start up in 2007 (as “Irish Deaf Kids”), are outlined in an Australian-published book, #10KBoss: The Power of Everyday Entrepreneurialism.
This book reviews Caroline Carswell’s outlook as a mainstream-educated child with hearing-devices and outlines her road toward ensuring today’s deaf children have similar outcomes.
Sound Advice’s Startup Pain Points
— Fearless Writer & CO (@write_fearless) September 6, 2017
Naming The Authors
In September 2017, Notonos named the book’s three contributing authors. Two are from Australia, namely marketer Nic Henry Jones (@MarketMeMktg) and Andrew Constantine (CIO Cyber Security), with Caroline Carswell (Sound Advice) flying the social entrepreneurial flag for Ireland. Tell us your thoughts on the book?
In the coming weeks, more details of the #10KBoss book will emerge. Watch this space!