“Watch out for Local Enterprise Week Louth” declared Thomas McEvoy, Louth’s Head of Enterprise.
“We’ve planned an action-packed programme of free events designed to provide excellent learning, tips and networking opportunities for local business people.” Thomas continued.
Taking place from 7-11th March right across County Louth, Local Enterprise Week features events for pre-start, start up and established companies. Topics that will be addressed include accessing finance, using technology to build a better business, mastering procurement and developments in online payments.
The programme of events was launched this week by Cathaoirleach of Louth County Council, Cllr. Peter Savage. The brochure is now winging its way to companies, Council Offices, libraries, banks and public places across the county.
Speaking at the launch, Cathaoirleach Cllr. Peter Savage explained “Louth’s Local Enterprise Office, located in The Town Hall in Dundalk, is the first port of call for any businessperson in the county looking for advice and support.
“Whatever stage your business is at, a call to the Local Enterprise Office on 1890 202 303 or a visit to www.LocalEnterprise.ie/Louth is sure to be beneficial.”
All events organised by the Local Enterprise Office Louth are free of charge and all are welcome to attend.
“The full programme of events is now available to view online.
“To avoid disappointment, book your places without delay on www.LocalEnterprise.ie/Louth.” Thomas concluded “We look forward to welcoming everyone with an interest in business to our educational and networking events during Local Enterprise Week Louth in March.”