InterTradeIreland offers 100% financial support up to £2000/€2250 (inclusive of VAT) towards professional advice in relation to Brexit matters. This support can help your business get advice on specific issues such as movement of labour, goods, services and currency management.
Catalyst have a unique programme that will help you to form a team with others, build creative conﬁdence, create a product that customers really want and co-found a business when you are ready. If you have the time, energy and enthusiasm to commit to this programme, they would like you to join them. Check out the Co-Founders Programme dates in January and February.
Translink has joined forces with InterTradeIreland to deliver a supplier engagement event with a difference. Suppliers will have the opportunity to not only meet Translink’s procurement team but also engage directly with decision-makers across the Group’s key business functions. Interested?
Whilst this event is FREE to attend, you must register to secure your place.
Steve Collinsfounder of Havok and Frontline Ventures Partner confirmed as keynote speaker. This year's theme is Securing Seed and Growth Funding in Ireland and the UK. Each year this conference attracts a large crowd so register your place now.
Last month the Construction information Service published their Construction Opportunities Report 2019 which is a comprehensive guide to all-island construction opportunities and well worth a read. In this month's blog we ask Why don't more construction SMEs tender for public sector contracts?
A fascinating title for a fascinating seminar - for about 45 minutes, Joe Haslam, Executive Director, Owners Scaleup Program at IE University will take a look at indigenous entrepreneurship with a different perspective to the Silicon Valley Model on the 22nd January, Riddell Hall Belfast. The FREE event will kick off at 8am and early registration is advised.. He will discuss:
Growth doesn’t make you a scaleup
Small, and want to grow? Big, and want to hold on? Get the basics right
Go in at the right time (it’s later than you think)
The Food sector has been one of the most challenged in the country in recent times, from Brexit to International trade uncertainty. Conversely it is also one of the most supported sectors with a range of grants, state aid finance and practical insights and supports.
This event will bring together expert speakers and exhibitors, so that attendees can learn about best practice, grants, finance and case studies and the practical supports available that have helped 1000s of food businesses to date, navigate a successful expansion.
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