More than 25 years of working together at BMI have flown for husband and wife whose career choice still leaves them walking on air.
Early bird catches the worm” is the theme for the €2m cork city BNI chapter open network event taking place to celebrate international networking week on 11th February 6.30am at the Ambassador hotel Cork.
Clarity Business Education provides innovative learning resources for business owners and business students. Its directors are Paul Mellon and Helen McKenna.
As last year drew to a close, the digital content and technology industry reflected on 2010 and also looked towards the New Year, which prompted the annual end-of-year statements, surveys, trend-spotting and forecasting for 2011 and beyond.
Northern Ireland companies with the potential to export to Asia will hear from some of the world’s leading experts on trading with the continent’s key markets during an Ulster Bank-backed event near Belfast next month.
With the Restaurant Association of Ireland recently reporting that 1 Restaurant Per day was closing in Ireland and that 80% of Irish Restaurants were running at a loss this is a difficult time for Irish Restaurateurs. Increasing your businesses visibility and building a strong relationship with your customers has never been more important.
Small retailers can move their business to a new level by experimenting with the internet, according to Robin Stewart, owner of Antrim based Robinson’s Shoemakers.
Sepha is a world leader in the production of medical equipment. John Haran is the firm’s chief executive.
For all those that have facebook pages, can you take a quick visit to our facebook page and like us…give us the auld thumbs up….or even leave a comment or point your friends in our direction…we want to get a wee bit more involved on the Facebook front.
Ask yourself the question; if you would apply for the job of CEO if your own company would you get it? What happens if the answer in “NO”?
A helpful presentation for people who are in business, or thinking of going into business…
Emerging Irish companies looking to conquer export markets could benefit from teaming up with partners on the ground in each territory, according to Grant Kinsman, chief executive, H2 Compliance.
Great leaders become leaders to achieve something, not to be someone. Leadership can and must happen at all levels of your business. You must listen and understand your people. You must show them the light and what the value of their “slice contribution” to the business is.
We’re beginning the fight back to economic recovery by recognising that its people and landscape are Waterford’s abundant and true natural resources.
Lots of bits and pieces this week. Will try and highlight some posts where people were looking for help, but may have had the post pushed down the line without people really seeing it. This is still a problem: once a post moves off the front page, it can be forgotten. If anyone has ideas or can share best practice on this, please post in the forums.