Alternative finance, energy savings, sales opportunities in NI and recruitment the focus of sessions.
Local business can benefit from expertise.
Networking opportunities for all.
ISME, the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association, today, announced its Spring Business Briefing Sessions for SMEs, to be held throughout the country. Aimed at owners and managers of small and medium businesses, the Briefing Sessions promise to give sharp, practical and vital insights into the economy and assist SME owners in growing their business.
ISME Chief executive Mark Fielding, spoke at the launch, “ISME is committed to delivering free briefing sessions to SME owner-managers on a regular basis. Small business owners are best served through the delivery of short, relevant training sessions that give them the necessary knowledge as quickly as possible. In this round of briefing sessions we will look at a range of hot topics for the business community and also provide local business owners with a vital opportunity for networking.”
“The sessions will address the issues SMEs have in accessing loan funding by looking at alternative sources of finance and when to use them. They will also look at the recruitment process and how best to attract and choose the right candidate for a business. Intertrade Ireland, will outline sales opportunities in Northern Ireland and Paul O’ Reilly, of ORS, will demonstrate how to save money on smart energy savings for their business.”
These free sessions, chaired by ISME CEO, Mark Fielding have been designed to give sound practical advice and to stimulate ideas on how to manage successfully and profitably.
Participants will take away a free Recruitment Toolkit, benefit from free expert advice and an opportunity to network and ask questions.