The programme will see industry experts lead a series of FREE workshops, to assist the many businesses struggling during the COVID-19 crisis. The ten workshops take place on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday each week and will be available to view for FREE online from anywhere in the country, or to access in your own time. Each session will cover different aspects involved in creating a business development plan. These include:
Following completion of the course, members may wish to continue to develop their business plan with mentored support. Participants who complete the business development plan may also seek to obtain a nationally accredited QQI Certificate in Small and Medium Enterprise Management from Griffith College. This is supported by Skillnet Ireland. Skillnet Ireland is the business support agency of the government of Ireland.
Chambers Ireland is Ireland’s largest business organisation, with a network of Chambers of Commerce in every major town and region in the country. Chambers Ireland is focused on creating the best environment for its 8,000 members locally, regionally and nationally.
Griffith College with campuses in Dublin, Cork and Limerick is Ireland’s largest independent third level institution with over 40 years’ experience of preparing clients for successful careers. The college’s business and graduate business programmes in finance, marketing, data analytics, change management, logistics and supply chain management are managed and staffed by expert practitioners.