Local Enterprise WeekinLouth
THERE’S a host of events taking place in Louth to mark Local Enterprise Week 2018 which runs from Sunday March 4 to Friday March 9th.
A programme of events aimed at helping SMEs and budding entrepreneurs is being supported by Louth County Council through the Local Enterprise Office.
The chairperson of Louth County Council, Cllr Colm Markey is urging ‘ businesses of all sizes and sectors from across the county to take part in Local Enterprise Week Louth.’ Thomas McEvoy, Head of Enterprise with Louth County Council said the week is organised to help Louth businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs in the region.
Events taking place locally include ‘From Kitchen to Shop Shelf ’, a food hygiene and safety seminar in the North East Food Hub, Ardee, on Monday at 10am, while there’s a workshop on ‘How to sell successfully, in Creative Spark, Dundalk at 2pm,
Martina Goss, Manager New Frontiers Entrepreneur Development is running clinics on Tuesday from 11am at Creative Spark which is also the venue for a workshop on branding and design at 1pm. Later that evening former Drogheda Independent and UTV Ireland journalist Alison Comyn addresses Network Louth on ‘Personal Brand and Making an Impact’ in the Crowne Plaza, Dundalk at 7.30pm.
Dundalk Chamber of Commerce and PwC presented a Cyber Security Breakfast on Wednesday morning at 7.45am in the Crowne Plaza. A seminar on Employment Incentives for Business takes place on Thursday at 12noon in Bellingham Castle.
John Teeling is the guest speaker at the National Enterprise Award Final in the Táin Arts Centre on Friday at 12.30pm.