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Want to start a business in Ireland? Local Enterprise Offices to help small businesses and those looking to start a new business

DUBLIN: Local Enterprise Offices has come up with an initiative to support small businesses in Ireland and those who want to start a new business in 2021.

The Local Enterprise Offices have scheduled more than 200 virtual events for the local enterprise week, which will take place online from 1 March to 5 March. All 31 Local Enterprise Offices will offer full programmes over the five days, including ten “Spotlight” events.

Virtual events, including training workshops, information webinars and master classes with entrepreneurs and experts, are designed to support small businesses across the country and those looking to start a new business in Ireland.

The Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar said that many businesses relied on their local enterprise office for advice, training and financial assistance during this difficult time of COVID-19 pandemic.

The Tánaiste therefore assured that it will be more useful and interesting for the local enterprise week participants. “Local Enterprise Week is the perfect opportunity to have a look at what help is available and find what works best for your business,” he added.

“Local Enterprise Offices are the point of contact for many of the Government’s grants and training schemes, such as the new Green for Micro initiative, the Trading Online Voucher Scheme and the Lean programme,” Mr. Varadkar said.

The ten Spotlight events taking place during Local Enterprise Week are:

● “Benefits of Green for your Business – Launching Green for Micro”

March 1 (Monday) – Organised by Local Enterprise Office Dublin City.

● “Spring Back & Step Forward: Building Leadership & Resilience”

March 1 (Monday) – Organised by Local Enterprise Office Donegal.

● “Building The New”

March 2 (Tuesday) – Organised by Local Enterprise Office Galway.

● “Growing Lean: One Small Step or One Giant Leap, Getting Started with Lean”

March 2 (Tuesday) – Organised by Local Enterprise Office Kildare.

● “AgriTech Revolution in Farming and Food”

March 3 (Wednesday) – Organised by Local Enterprise Office South Cork.

● “Creative Connections: Enabling your B-2-B Online Opportunities”

March 3 (Wednesday) – Organised by Local Enterprise Office Carlow.

● “Engage for Growth with David Meade”

March 4 (Thursday) at 10 am – Organised by Local Enterprise Office Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown.

● “S.M.A.R.Tech for StartUps” 

March 4 (Thursday) at 4pm – Organised by Local Enterprise Office Clare.

● “Masterclass: Health checking your business for its forward journey”

March 4 (Thursday) – Organised by Local Enterprise Office Wexford.

● “Trading Online Voucher Information Webinar”

March 5 (Friday) – Organised by Local Enterprise Office Fingal.

Oisín Geoghegan, Chair of the Network of Local Enterprise Offices, advised all businesses and to those with a business idea to have a look at the events taking place by visiting LocalEnterprise.ie/Week and to register.

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