ISME joins with progressive Chambers and CEBs to assist SMEs to kick-start the economy.
SMEs will be the driver of the new economy.
ISME, the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association, today (13th February), announced its Spring Business Bootcamps for SMEs, to be held throughout the country over the next 6 weeks. Aimed at owners and managers of small and medium businesses the Bootcamp promises to give sharp, practical and vital tools and templates to grow their business.
Launching the Bootcamps, ISME Chief executive Mark Fielding said ”we are pleased to partner with some of the most progressive chambers and county enterprise boards in presenting these Bootcamps. The three hour sessions are ideal for the busy, time-poor, business person, who will come away with new ideas to boost their business as well as practical new tools and templates to guide them to profit”.
”We are very fortunate to have two excellent speakers available to us (Bernie Tracey & Jason McChesney), as they both have a vast experience in running SME businesses and squeezing the full potential from business situations. Topics will include attracting and retaining new customers to grow your customer base, targeting the sales efforts, managing the pipeline and most importantly, getting paid in full and on time.”
”The session will kick off with an ISME overview of the real economy, telling the facts, busting the myths and setting the scene for the gradual resuscitation of the SME business scene.”
As a country, we need new ideas and a return to proper and prudent management of our businesses. These sessions have been designed to stimulate ideas and give sound advice on how to manage successfully and profitably, with the added bonus of templates to take away for practical use in day to day business”, concluded Fielding.