Our popular Seminar “Future Proof Your Business” will be held in Galway next month.
The event is aimed at owner managers, CEO’s and CFO’s who are ready to take their organisations to a new level.
We are delighted to have Stephen Kinsella join us. Stephen is Senior Lecturer in Economics at Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick and is a regular media commentator on matters relating to the economy.
Stephen will put in context the national and international economic landscape followed by a presentation by BDO Limerick Partner Diarmud Hendrick who will share our top strategies to future proofing your business.
Register your interest at this event here.
Thursday 21st November 6:00pm – 8:00pm (Registration 5:30-6:00pm)
The G Hotel, Wellpark, Galway
To confirm your attendance please reply to this email.
Register online here.
Alternatively you can give Amanda a call on 061-214236
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Indigenous businesses at growth stage – seeking R&D investment, export ready, launching
a new product or service, expanding beyond existing client base, entering new markets,
interested in restructuring or interested in hearing more about how to get your
business to growth stage.
There are 180,000 small and medium enterprises in Ireland, employing more than 900,000
people. That’s 69% of the workforce, worth more than 40 billion euros to the Irish
economy every year.
SMEs are the drivers of Irish economic growth over the short and medium term.
A recent EU survey found Irish SME’s were much more likely to be innovative than
their average EU counterparts, but the growth in sales of ‘new to market’ and ‘new
to firm’ innovations were below that of the euro area average.
Importantly, the survey found Ireland’s SME innovation strengths are uniquely in
human resources, while our weaknesses relate to finance and support, and firm investments.
If you are one of these companies then you should attend this event to bring your
organisation to the next stage. Afterall, you are Ireland’s future and BDO Limerick
can help companies reach their growth potential.