- Next free virtual networking event on 16th September at 10.30am
- Focusing on businesses in the Midlands
- Guest speaker is Robert Troy, Minister of State Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment and TD for Longford and Westmeath
ISME launched their Back to Business initiative in June, created to provide SMEs with a platform to promote their business, network and get key information during the COVID-19 crisis. The portal includes member ads and offers, webinars, advice and blogs focusing on key tools and support needed to get back to busines. To find out more go to https://isme.ie/backtobusiness
To add to the resources available on Back to Business, ISME launched Pitch my Business – a virtual networking series in July. These events are free and open to all, where business people can network and promote their company. Each attendee gets a three-minute elevator pitch with their contact details and company logo displayed on screen. They can also talk to other attendees through live chat. To date two sessions have taken place in July and August and the response has been very positive. In fact, registration for the first event had to be closed due to demand. Already some good business contacts and deals have been established following the session.
The next Pitch my Business will take place on Wednesday 16th September at 10.30am. The focus will on businesses in the Midlands and ISME are calling all Midland business owners and managers to get involved. We are delighted that Robert Troy, Minister of State Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment with responsibility for Trade Promotion, and TD for Longford and Westmeath, will be speaking at the start of the session. The session will be moderated by Adam Weatherley, ISME’s Learning and Development Manager with an address from ISME’s CEO, Neil McDonnell.
Registration is open now on https://isme.ie/back-to-business-pitch-my-business/
For further information please contact [email protected]
ISME CEO Neil McDonnell is available for interview
ISME should be referred to as the Irish SME Association