In this client spotlight video, Russell Walsh of VivaGreen provides an insight into the supports they have received from the Local Enterprise Office Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown and the benefits these have made to their business.
Get the latest on Brexit, and become familiar with actions that you can take now, to help mitigate against its potential impacts.
Join an excellent line-up of experts who will delve into the practicalities of tariff implications, customs processes, funding supports and other resources available.
7:30am Registration, Tea & Coffee 8:05am Michael McGill, Customs Consultant, Customs Procedures and Processes
8:45am Logistics and understanding supply chain challenges
9:15am John Madigan, Head of Marketing & Research (Strategic Corporate Banking Ireland), Loan Support
9:30am Enterprise Ireland / Local Enterprise Office, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown Resources & Other Supports
Attendance is free but early booking is essential.
Regardless of a hard or soft Customs Brexit, goods to/from the UK or transiting through the UK, will be subject to strict compliance and documentation requirements.
This separate workshop will cover how export and import customs will impact trade with the UK as a ‘Third Country’, how tariffs work and the need to correctly classify your goods.
There is now an urgent need to prepare your company for customs with this one-day interactive workshop. This workshop is fully funded by DBEI, through Enterprise Ireland and delivered by Export-Edge Training, on behalf of Local Enterprise Office Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown.
Attendance is free but as these Customs Courses are in strong demand with a limited number of places available, early booking is essential.
The Brexit SME Scorecard online tool is an important first step in helping small businesses think about how their businesses may be impacted by Brexit.
Developed by Enterprise Ireland, questions in the scorecard are built around six key business pillars to help SMEs self-diagnose how prepared they are. A comprehensive report is automatically generated to assist with planning and to highlight what further supports are available.
This program is for established businesses looking to improve their processes and provides businesses with 5 x 3.5 hour on-site 1:1 mentoring sessions from qualified LEAN practitioners and an introductory deep dive into the principles driving LEAN and its benefits.
If you want to;
Understand the methodologies driving completeness and growth in organisations of all sizes across the globe
Get help prepare you for Brexit
Make real improvements
Learn simple tools that can be used immediately to improve your processes and more
Then the LEAN programme is for you. The programme will consist of three half days of workshop training and 5 x 3.5 hour on-site 1:1 mentoring sessions.
There are two programmes starting in the next few months:
The Katapult programme is aimed at startups and founders to help them get the basics right. It's based on the learnings of over 20 years supporting early stage companies.
Too often we see companies that have built their strategy on untested and unvalidated products or services. After going on the programme participants will have a validated product or service and will understand the fundamentals of marketing, their business model, routes to market, finances, structure and how to build their product and have completed a final pitch.
It's essential that these steps are completed early in a statup to provide the best opportunity for success and investment.
Programme Fee: €150
Held across 9 evenings (Starting September (evenings: 6pm - 9pm) - exact date and venue TBC)
We are now taking expressions of interest for this programme, this form will be used to assess eligibility and suitability for the programme (deadline for completed forms: 04 Sept 2019)
This is an initiative of LEO DLR and the content is delivered by experts in their field.
To avail of this great offer, make sure to make an application with us by Friday 20th September 2019(Registration with CIMA will open in October).
This is a unique offering to SME companies and their employees in DLR and is the first time CIMA has partnered with a support agency globally to provide this incentive to raise the financial skills of its SME population.
This is a practical and broad course aimed at owner managers/key employees of SMEs who want to learn best practice in the areas of:
Fundamentals of Ethics, Corporate Governance and Business Law
On successful completion of the four subject examinations, students are awarded the CIMA Certificate in Business Accounting, and can use the designatory letters CIMA Cert BA after their name.
For many businesses, the question is not whether to trade online, it's how to start. Designed to assist small businesses, the Trading Online Voucher (TOV) Scheme offers training and advice, along with financial assistance of up to €2,500.
Attend our information seminar which has been designed by experienced digital marketing specialists to help participants complete the application form and to understand how to make best use of a Trading Online Voucher.
This information seminar is taking place in the Royal Marine Hotel, Dún Laoghaire from 9.30am-1.30pm. Attendance is free but advance booking is essential.
PLEASE NOTE: Applicants must attend a TOV seminar in order to submit an application for the Trading Online Voucher itself - the next application deadline is Friday 4th October 2019 at 4pm.
Are you looking to grow your business' online presence but are unsure of how best to do it?
LEO DLR has developed an eight week evening programme for you and your business. Under the guidance of a specialist experienced online marketing practitioner and trainer, you will learn how to devise and execute a customised and integrated web marketing strategy for your business.
Looking to Start Your Own Business but are unsure of how and where to begin? Under the guidance of specialist trainers, learn how to research your business idea, assess its commercial viability, pick an appropriate business structure, identify sources of funding and explore effective sales and marketing strategies.
All course content has been carefully chosen to support any new product or service-led business.
A two month programme for those looking to develop and grow small-scale food & drink production businesses.
During this programme you will develop an in-depth knowledge of the tools which can be used to assess market background, understand core technical issues facing your food or drink business, learn how to grow sales for your product range through better branding and packaging design and gain all of the tools and knowledge necessary to launch and build a successful food business in Ireland.
The cost to take part is only €200 per person (inclusive of all course materials, training and mentoring provided).
We are now taking application for the next programme, which is due to start in October - deadline for receipt of completed applications is Monday 16th September.