ISME roadshow comes to Athlone Springs Hotel

The Irish SME Association (ISME ) is delighted to be back on the road to continue its roadshow series with an event in the Clonellan Suite 2, Athlone Springs Hotel, Athlone on November 16 from 4.30pm–6.30pm.

Refreshments will be provided; admission is complimentary, and all businesses are welcome to attend.

The programme for the series will include an address by ISME’s CEO, Neil McDonnell with an update on ISME activity; along with discussions and talks by guest speakers about key topics for businesses today; and ending with ‘Pitch My Business’ – a networking event allowing business representatives to give a 2-minute pitch and network with fellow businesspeople.

The duration will be approximately two hours, including a Q&A session. ISME invites those who register to attend to send questions or comments and they will be used at each event.

“After two and a half years of remote meetings, it is great for us to be back on the road, meeting members and other business owners. This is a really difficult time for many businesses, with rising costs, lower consumer confidence, and increasing regulation on the way. But there is information and help available we have been delighted to address these issues during our roadshows.”

“Throughout this series we have seen the appetite for in-room events and how the business community has missed in-person contact. At our other Roadshows we have enjoyed lively discussions and networking and hope to see the same in Athlone,” ISME Chief Executive, Neil McDonnell, said.


ISME Update: Neil McDonnell, CEO and Adam Weatherley, Learning & Development Manager

HR Issues for Business: - Neil McDonnell in discussion with Tara Daly, HR Services Director, MSS – The HR People

Cybersecurity for SMEs: - Detective Sergeant Pat Morrissey, Garda National Cyber Crime Bureau (GNCCB ) and David Waldron, Managing Director, Tier3Tech

Pitch my business

To book a free place at the event, visit


Page generated in 0.0818 seconds.