On Áine Kerr's second Reignite show she looks at how to turn your business and career ideas into reality. 

Áine and guests discuss what the world in 2035 might look like and explore how to research and test ideas. Plus practical advice on crafting the perfect business plan

Midlands based businessman and presenter of the business show on Midlands's 103 radio Ronan Berry discuses the impact of the new restrictions on business introduced across counties Laois, Offaly and Kildare overnight due to a spike in Covid cases in the area.

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Amy Webb one of the world's leading futurists predicts what our world will look at in the coming years including creating our digital twins.

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And former Leinster and Irish rugby star, Jamie Heaslip, talks about his new life in business, investing and life coaching.

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Reignite reporter Liam Geraghty meets some of the entrepreneurs who are looking towards the future in his Future of Business report and lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Strategy at UCD, Orla Byrne, outlines how to make a lean business plan to help start-ups gain access to critical funding.

Listen to Reignite on Saturday's 10am RTÉ Radio One or listen back to last weeks show here.