Are you interested in growing your business and finding new customers? Ireland’s National Enterprise Week is about to kick off.

Helen Carroll national ent week 2017

National Enterprise Week, the national business development week, which runs from November 17-24 in towns all across Ireland is designed with one thing in mind – to support SMEs and startups in driving the country forward.

The principal theme of this year’s Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Week is ‘Scaling your business’. 26 events will take place across the country. Each event has been planned to support specific business sectors. There will be experts on hand to speak about everything from business trends, forecasts, new opportunities and WebPort Global. 

Raising money, growing and winning

To learn more about raising finance, hiring people, exporting to new markets, increasing sales, business sectors on the rise, how to deal with Brexit, and how to win new customers check out the full list of events here.

‘These themed events have been designed to bring relevant experts in front of relevant businesses,” says Michelle Goodwin, Head of Enterprise Development, Bank of Ireland. “Entrepreneurs will also have the chance to network and discover new market opportunities both at home and abroad.”

bobby keer national enterprise week

Well-known speakers at the various nationwide events include Helen Carroll, ‘Ear to the Ground’; Bobby Kerr; Gavin Duffy; Anton Savage; Joe Healy, the IFA; and Martin Shannan, CEO, IDA. 

Registration is free of charge and events will be taking place over the week in numerous venues across Leinster, Connaught, Munster, and Ulster.

National Enterprise Week is also one of the best business networking opportunities in Ireland, so make sure you take full advantage of what’s on offer. All events are free to attend and it’s recommended that you book in advance. You can book here

 

National Enterprise Week 2017

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