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As part of Bank of Ireland's Enterprise Programme, Dublin West is currently hosting a number of economic seminars for SMEs. The first event was held last Wednesday 5th October in the Louis Fitzgerald Hotel. There were two speakers from Bank of Ireland including Michael Crowley (Senior Economist Global Markets) and Damien Daly (Head of Group Deposits) at this event. The event was a huge success and there are two more events planned in October. If you are interested in attending these events, you can find out more information in the events calender here.
If you would like to view the photos from the event on 5th October, you can see them in the SlideShare presentation below.
Enterprise Programme Event - Wednesday 5th [...]
If you are thinking about starting up a new business, you may find the following information quite timely!
The Mentoring for Female Entrepreneurs programme is a new initiative developed conjointly by five of the Chambers of Commerce from around the country (Dublin, Galway, Sligo, Cork & Waterford). The programme offers expert 1-to-1 mentoring to female entrepreneurs for 12 months to help them keep their businesses going during their first years.
The overall objectives of the programme is to encourage female entrepreneurship, recognise and support the distinctive nature of women’s business start-ups and ensure that new women entrepreneurs can survive and even flourish during those first, formative years in business.
This isn’t the only big thing in women’s business and entrepreneurship, though. The Women in Business Networking Event, organised with the support of Bank of Ireland, is taking place in [...]
We are delighted to announce that another National Enterprise Week is due to take place from the 19th to 26th November 2010. In May earlier this year we provided new business opportunities to over 5,000 businesses in branches across the country under the “Show your Business” initiative. We also held over 60 events, featuring a range of speakers relevant to the SME community. This included successful entrepreneurs such as Bobby Kerr (Dragons’ Den), mentors like ex-rugby player Frankie Sheehan and industry experts like Rick Kelley (Facebook). This year, there will a number of events across the country, and once more we’re inviting local businesses to promote their businesses throughout Bank of Ireland branches nationwide. By promoting your products and services in your local branch you have a great opportunity to reach out to the public and let them know about you, your business and what you are all about. Want to get involved? Drop into your local branch or read more