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Local Enterprise Week takes place from 2-6 March
Local Enterprise Office Tipperary has launched a series of exciting business events and initiatives to take place across the County and a number of interesting events in Nenagh.
These include a mentoring bootcamp taking place in the Abbey Court Hotel on Thursday 5 March. Here, businesses will have an opportunity to have a confidential one to one meeting with a specialist mentor on the following topics:-
HR & Employment Legislation – how to keep your employees happy
Financial Management – how to manage cash-flow etc.
Website & Social Media Health Check – is your website & social media strategy working for you
Brexit – what paperwork / preparations do I need to trade with UK after December 2020
Mid-West Regional Skills Forum; hear about education & training services available to your employees
LEO – what supports are available for your business
These meetings are in addition to a series of business skills training courses and free business advice sessions taking place throughout the week.
Wednesday will see Seanie Walsh return to Tipperary to deliver his E-Commerce event in the Abbey Court. Seanie will take a laser-focus look at the real state of the social media marketing industry in Ireland, examining the power this new breed of marketing now holds and how you can use social media to start, fund and grow your business. Seanie is an award winning social media practitioner, amassing millions in monthly traffic from Los Angeles to Dublin. The topics include influencer outreach, success stories, the best influencer marketing tools, emerging trends, research & analytics, ROI objectives and much more.
Another highlight on Monday 2 March which might interest your members if the working supper titled “There Is Only One Boss, the Customer!” will take place at the Horse & Jockey – a must for any business person!
Thursday features a high profile economic breakfast event with economic analyst Jim Power, senior economist with Bank of Ireland, Patrick Mullane, which will be moderated by journalist and broadcaster Sinead Ryan. There will be an opportunity to hear from a LEAN specialist and a Nenagh based entrepreneur, Donie Commerford of DC Autos on his increased savings and productivity having completed the LEAN for Micro programme with LEO Tipperary.
Local Enterprise Week will culminate on Friday 6 March another high profile celebration of International Women’s Day working brunch in Thurles featuring an key note address by Jackie Noakes and a “fireside chat” will follow with a panel of Tipperary based female entrepreneurs, including Marion Murphy Cooney, The Design Atelier.
All of the above can be booked HERE