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Small Firms Association to visit Castlebar

A positive spin on the small business landscape is the central focus of Network Mayo’s February event taking place on February 21 in the Harlequin Hotel.

Strategic management masterclass takes place in Athlone

Thirty-eight of the best small businesses in Ireland are undertaking a strategic management masterclass in the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone this weekend, as part of their prize-package for being short-listed as finalists in the SFA (Small Firms Association) National Small Business Awards 2011 competition.

Freezing cold snap disrupts work and play but Mayo not worst hit

The winter wonderland over most of the country was losing its gloss as the week progressed with school closurres, absent workers, transport difficulties, burst pipes, freezing homes, and long-stay interruptions to normal life making for a miserable time for many.

Small firm workers earn €35,000

Employees working in a small business earn just under €35,000 per annum on average, according to findings of the Small Firms Association.

Business lunch for International Women’s Day

Kilkenny Business Women’s Network will host a ‘lunch n’ learn’ in the Rivercourt Hotel next Monday, March 8, for International Women’s Day.

Lunch n’ learn on International Women’s Day

Local business people in Kilkenny will come together at the Rivercourt Hotel on International Women’s Day to enjoy a fabulous two-course lunch while they listen and learn about how to turn current business challenges into real business opportunities

GES offers free training programmes for those on live register

Galway Executive Skillnet (GES) has launched a unique programme of free and subsidised business training for 2010.The organisation is now in a position to offer free training places on a number of its training programmes to those signing on the live register.

GES offers free training programmes for those on live register

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Galway Executive Skillnet (GES) has launched a unique programme of free and subsidised business training for 2010.The organisation is now in a position to offer free training places on a number of its training programmes to those signing on the live register.

Better Business Show comes to Mayo

The Small Firms Association, the group that represents small businesses in Ireland, has announced that the SFA Better Business Show will visit Mayo on Wednesday, February 17 at Breaffy House in Castlebar from 6.30pm to 8pm.

51 per cent of businesses victims of crime, says SFA

A survey conducted by the Small Firms Association and released earlier this week, shows that 51 per cent of businesses have been victims of crime on at least one occasion in the past year.

 

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