Louth County Council’s Head of Enterprise,Thomas McEvoy.
This has been a most challenging year for business, it has left many business owners feeling isolated as they deal with a whole variety of new and difficult challenges.
But a problem shared is a problem halved and it’s good to know that the team at Louth’s Local Enterprise Office are always there to offer help and support.
“We’re halfway through Local Enterprise Week, but there are lots of great events still to come” said Thomas McEvoy, Louth County Council’s Head of Enterprise.
“It offers a whole variety of free online learning, networking and inspiring events for businesses across Louth and across the country.”
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“Later this morning Retail Guru Miriam Simon will assist hard pressed retailers to get into positive headspace for the months ahead and seek out opportunities. Book now by visiting www.localenterprise.ie/louth”
This evening leadership expert and entrepreneur Joanne Hession will join Karen Devine in conversation on the theme of “Building Better”.
Joanne’s philosophy is that by building your personal leadership skills and strengths, you are better placed to build a business, a team and a community.
Tomorrow morning, Keith Byrne of Create108.ie will be talking about ensuring your website is really working for your business and communicating your brand message.
Anyone interested in exploring Lean as a method of driving productivity and efficiency in business, is welcome to the North-East Lean Network event on Thursday afternoon.
“The past year has taught us that having a strong online presence is more important than ever. Join Francis Verling on Friday morning from 10am to 12:30pm for a superb practical digital marketing strategy event.
Like all of Local Enterprise Week events, this is online and completely free of charge. Book this and other events now by visiting www.localenterprise.ie/louth.
“On our website, you can also find details of the events being organised by Local Enterprise Offices around the country. Be part of the spotlight events that are open to all businesses.”
Thomas concluded “Local Enterprise Week may conclude on Friday, but the Local Enterprise Office is available all year round to help, support and advise small business owners. Discover more about what we offer by visiting www.localenterprise.ie/louth”
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