The January meeting of JCI Mayo will host a talk on the transition to self-employment and setting up in business. Mayo-based SME consultant and owner of Irish Business Intelligence, Olwen Dawe, will outline reasons why people should consider starting up their own enterprise, how to go about it, and supports they may be eligible for.
Taking place on Thursday January 26 in the Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar, at 7.30pm, ‘The why, how, and who of starting up’ will give attendees expert insight into the key areas of starting up an enterprise.
Based in Westport, Olwen Dawe provides start-up coaching for fledgling enterprises, as well as working with SMEs as a business partner, providing consulting advice in areas relating to strategy, communications, and messaging. Ms Dawe also works with enterprise and support agencies in the Western region, and is ex-officio president of Network Mayo. This is a free event.
JCI Mayo is part of an international organisation aimed at attracting members aged 18-40 focusing on leadership, entrepreneurship, and active citizenship. The organisation has a strong focus on developing young leaders by involving them in the running of many worthwhile projects which add to and enhance community life in Mayo. This event will help you to understand the value of JCI for you and provide you with some insight into how you can become an active member. Connect with JCI Mayo on Facebook and LinkedIn. Call Derek Reilly on 086 6839709 for more details.