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Here’s 2(ish) very practical questions on doing business in the US from Michael at Datagrid: First question: When we invoice our Irish and UK clients they pay by Direct Debit. Is there an equivalent process in the US to allow us and the client to automate the process as much as possible and make the payment process as smooth as possible?

If there is, does it only work if we have a US domiciled account? What do US companies use if not a DD system? We want to make it easy for the client to pay us, and for us to collect the monthly income. Second Question: In order to invoice and collect / receive payments from a US client, do we need to be registered in the US or use a US company? I assume not, but have been told otherwise.
Anyone? post here

Promoting flexible office space in Central Dublin
Paul is looking for suggestions for the best way to get the word out in Dublin about an Innovation & Technology Collective he’s’ in the process of setting up. CentralHubDublin.com provides flexible office rentals & hot desks in Dublin City centre, for entrepreneurs/service providers who work in one or more of the following areas: eCommerce development, software as a service development, app development, search engine optimisation, writing for the web (content generation), video production & language localisation.
If you have any ideas for Paul (or if you’re interested in using the Hubs services) click here.

Installers wanted for Snugburners
Here’s a company that’s looking for sales agents. You might be interested or know of ways for this company to get their message out there. A client of EzSales is looking for a number of experienced oil burner installers / service engineers to install Snugburner conversion kits in the Republic of Ireland. Snugburner conversion kits work with Aga and Rayburn oil-burning wick cookers. Agacentric are the sole distributors of the Snugburner conversion kit in the Republic and Northern Ireland. They are looking for installers throughout Ireland, particularly in Cork and Kerry and preferably OFTEC registered.
If you can help, here’s the link

Looking for a food packaging company?
Nicola is looking for help bagging tea: Can anyone help with directing me to a company who packages food products for companies in Ireland. I require loose leaf tea bagged in 100g weights in block bottom heat sealed kraft paper bags’
Any advice would be appreciated

Business Live is still going strong
Business Live is in Waterford tonight and Dublin Tomorrow nignt. Still plenty of time to register. Some of the insights at the events to date have been fascinating, so if you can spare a couple of hours get along. It could be well worth it.
Register here

Still going strong
Last but not least the ‘Are you on Facebook or Twitter’ thread is still going strong. Next week we’ll collate all of the links and post to everybody over 2 or three days so that we can maximise the number of likes and follows on these important social media channels.
Here’s the thread if you cant wait

..and we’ll all climb up together
Have a great week and remember we’re all in this together so we may as well help each other get out of it!
So join up or tell you friends to join up. It’s free.

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