There’s still time to rev up your sales with the local business… – Donegal Daily

Local Business Week 2022 kicked off at the Silver Tassie Hotel on Monday with Packie Bonner sharing his leadership experiences and the importance of being adaptable, while Minister Charlie McConalogue, TD joined virtually to launch Donegal’s strategic business development plan.

The local business week opening event also marked the launch of Donegal’s strategic business development plan

On Tuesday morning, women from across the county gathered in Castle Grove to hear Ciara McGlynn and Jenni Timony who shared their stories of entrepreneurship and special guest Sonya Lennon, who gave an inspirational talk on women’s ambition for celebrate International Women’s Day.

The Local Enterprise Office team celebrating International Women’s Day in Castle Grove on Tuesday morning.

There’s still time to book a variety of exciting and inspiring Local Business Week events for established business owners and those just starting out on their entrepreneurial journey.

Tonight’s (Thursday) ‘Become Your Own Boss’ event at the Villa Rose Hotel, hosted by Gerry Moan, involves a panel of speakers from existing businesses in the county, who will draw on their experiences to inspire others to begin their entrepreneurial journey.

Local business week events include “Transform your business with digital” and “How to recruit and retain the best talent in your company”.

Online events include ‘Working Remotely: Driving Creativity and Innovation’ with MC Kathy McKenna and a range of speakers who have made the decision to work remotely in Donegal. In the afternoon, join the international consultancy organization, OCO Global, for a “Guide to Doing Business in Germany, France and Spain”. Also, on Thursday, LYIT’s DICE (Design, Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship) conference will go live and Evelyn McGlynn will share her tips for digital and practical marketing at Letterkenny Central Library.

The final day of Local Business Week 2022 provides a great opportunity for business owners hoping to grow their team with the “How to Recruit and Retain Top Talent in Your Company” event. This online conference hears from HR experts and attendees will have the opportunity to book a one-on-one consultation with an expert. At 10 a.m., Aisling McVeigh, Director of DANU Collective, will lead an online workshop “Marketing on A Shoestring For Tourism Micro-Businesses”.

The final event of Local Enterprise Week 2022 takes place at Rockhill House on Friday evening to celebrate 25 years of the Enterprise Awards in Donegal.

The final event of Local Business Week 2022 is ’25 Years of Enterprise Awards in Donegal’ which takes place at Rockhill House and will celebrate some of the wonderful success stories of Donegal’s small and micro business sector. The Local Enterprise Office team hope that the achievements of previous winners will serve to inspire and encourage today’s start-ups to follow in their footsteps and plan, start and grow businesses in Donegal.

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There’s still time to boost your sales with Local Business Week was last modified: March 10, 2022 by Personal editor

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