About the bISME
The bISME is the official online magazine of ISME, the only independent representative association for SMEs in Ireland. The bISME is sent to businesses across the country and carries comprehensive editorial content including: news; interviews with leading business figures; ISME services and lobbying updates; member profiles; HR; finance; topical issues facing Irish SMEs; lifestyle articles; and lots more.
Every issue of The bISME is emailed to the ISME database, published on the ISME website, and is promoted through ISME online channels. Readership includes the key decision-makers/owner managers across a range of sectors including retail, manufacturing, service, agriculture, wholesale, construction, distribution, transport and media. The mailing list also includes government departments and non-member business subscribers.
Circulation: Over 15,000
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Read the latest issues:
Sandra Pokrant, Founder & Director, Lulu + Belle talks about what being creative & dealing with business challenges, Mark Hurley looks at proactive & reactive approaches to cyberattack, Tips on managing stress and more
Inside this issue Adam Harris, Founder and CEO of AsIAm discusses setting up & running a social enterprise & the benefits of hiring neurodivergent employees, Marian McCarville provides helpful tips on moving your bank account PLUS much more...
In this issue we speak to Nigel Heneghan, MD at Heneghan Strategic Communications on how things have changed and yet stayed the same in communications. We also explore the ISME Finance Finder – a new online tool offering funding solutions for Irish SMEs PLUS much more
Take a look inside the first issue of 2022. Inside, InterTradeIreland’s new CEO Margaret Hearty looks at the challenges, supports available & opportunities across the island of Ireland, Orla McDonnell highlights the top 3 social media trends for SMEs in 2022 and much more
In this issue Founder & CEO of Swoop, Andrea Reynolds discusses her business journey and her goal to make finance easier to access for SMEs, SCM Consultant Steve O’Sullivan discusses the GB Landbridge and more
In this issue Stuart McNamara, Portmagee Whiskey talks about his diverse career and how to manage the challenges in life and business, Find out about the new Support Scheme for SMEs who want to save money and much more