The train was a bustle of entrepreneurs networking, forming partnerships and creating business, as Smarta discussed the plight of the UK's small businesses with Sir Richard Branson after breakfast.
He called for us all to "Keep on entrepreneuring" and spoke of how the reason to start a business should come from a motivation to "do good for people and not to make money."
Today is the first time the Global Entrepreneurship Congress has come to Britain and the calibre of successful entrepreneurs who filled our carriage this morning prove we're worthy of hosting the event this year.
We have to dash now as Sir Terry Leahy has just taken to the stage. Keep up to date with all the goings on here at #GEC2012 by following us at @SmartaHQ.