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Three for free with Galway Executive Skillnet

Galway Executive Skillnet (GES) is hosting three events over the coming weeks. Managing Finance is the first of these events on Oct. 2 with Susan Hayes, the positive economist. Ms Hayes is an experienced financial trainer and entrepreneur and shares her knowledge with others in a practical and easily implementable format. Finance is the lifeblood of every business. However, sometimes SMEs find themselves trying to organise chaos coming up to accounting deadlines, suffering lumpy cashflow situations and feeling at the mercy of the bank account balance.

Westmeath women in business urged to get the feel good factor at upcoming seminar!

Westmeath County Enterprise Board is hosting a women in business seminar entitled ‘Unlocking the True Potential of Your Business’.

Susan Hayes, ‘The Positive Economist’ to speak at Network Galway Event

Network Galway has announced that The Positive Economist” Susan Hayes will address an event in Galway on June 2, when her theme for the evening will be “Get Friendly With Your Finances”.

A positive economy for International Women’s Day

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On the centenary of International Women’s Day, Mayo’s businesswomen attended the Mayo County Enterprise Board / Network Mayo celebration at Knockranny House Hotel, in Westport. The event featured guest speaker, Susan Hayes (the Positive Economist).

Why don’t women take control of their own finances?

That’s the question being asked by stock market training company ILTB (Invest Like The Best). “We run regular workshops and seminars around the country,” says Susan Hayes, Support and Development Manager, ILTB. “We get a lot of interest from both men and women, but only about ten per cent of the people at our seminars are women.”

Time for women to invest

Why don’t women take control of their own finances? That Is the question being asked by stock market training company ILTB (Invest Like The Best). “We run regular workshops and seminars around the country”, says Susan Hayes, support and development manager, ILTB, “we get a lot of interest from both men and women, but only about 10 per cent of the people at our seminars are women.”

 

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