NO Gender gap: Customised Robot Company Managed by Top Irish Business woman
NO Gender gap: Customised Robot Company Managed by Top Irish Business woman
November marks a time every year where the nation’s women are made aware that they are working for free, compared to their male counterparts. In other words, the gender pay gap kicks into place highlighting the excess men are being...
Jamie Heaslip’s Peer-to-Peer lender to exhibit at ISME’s Annual Conference
Jamie Heaslip’s Peer-to-Peer lender to exhibit at ISME’s Annual Conference
Ahead of the 25th Annual Conference and following the promise of Peer-to-Peer lending (P2P) regulation in this year’s budget, ISME, the Irish SME association has encouraged SMEs to explore the P2P lending sector as a source of finance. ISME welcomes...
Intellectual Property – The hidden asset that can propel the growth of your company
Intellectual Property – The hidden asset that can propel the growth of your company
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are undoubtedly the biggest contributors to the Irish economy, employing almost two-thirds of the working population and generating over 50% of all turnover, according to a recent study by the Central Statistics Office.Irish SMEs have...
ISME are thinking ahead at their 2018 Annual Conference
ISME are thinking ahead at their 2018 Annual Conference
ISME are delighted to launch their 2018 Annual Conference which will take place on Wednesday 21st November in the Citywest Hotel, Dublin. This year the association is marking 25 years and this has inspired the theme of the conference Think...
ISME Skillnets Schedule May and June 2017
ISME Skillnets Schedule May and June 2017
Click here for details of our Training courses taking place in May & June 2017.
Join a team that makes a difference
Join a team that makes a difference
We are currently recruiting new National Council members for 2017 to represent SMEs nationwide. This role is instrumental in developing and influencing policy and strategy for SMEs and you can be the voice for your area and/or business sector.  To...
WEEK 4th – 10th May 2015
WEEK 4th – 10th May 2015
Being too lazy to cook does children a fat lot of good Sunday Times, 10th May Ireland losing its edge with fourth highest OECD minimum wage Irish Independent, 9th May Union's demands for public sector pay rises are attacked by...
Week 27th – 03rd May 2015
Week 27th – 03rd May 2015
Millions lost as bus strike crushes the retail sector Sunday Independent, 3rd May ISME hits out at bus unions over strikes Irish Examiner, 2nd May Unions 'won't pay a penny' to management for strikes losses Irish Independent, 2nd May Dealstart...
Week 13th – 19th April 2015
Week 13th – 19th April 2015
Keep the cash here and just watch us grow Waterford Mail, 16th Apr State doing a much better job, says SMEs Irish Examiner, 16th April Call for speedier payments to help out small business Tuam Herald, 15th Apr One Stop...
Week 6th – 12th April 2015
Week 6th – 12th April 2015
In Brief Limerick Post, 11 Apr Unemployed and on the dole? Your duty is to be job-ready, warns Burton Irish Daily Mail, 10 Apr Car insurance soars by 15pc in a year - and it's still rising Irish Daily Mail,...