PAUL Partnership is hosting an event as part of Limerick Business Week:

Maximising Opportunity and Minimising Risk in Business

 Thursday 9th March 10.00am – 1.00pm

Clayton/Clarion Hotel Steamboat Quay Limerick

Starting a small business involves a significant element of risk even at the best of times. Equally risk may be balanced with the opportunity of gaining a sustainable income from your business.  This workshop examines risk and opportunity within the context of the Back to Work Enterprise Allowance.

Agenda:

10.00 am – 11.00am Outcomes and Experiences of Businesses which Started Up with Support of BTWEA.

Presentation on research findings into the outcomes and experiences of businesses which started up with the support of the Back to Work Enterprise Allowance.  A number of these businesses were tracked two – three years following their start-up date. 

11.00am – 11.15 Coffee Break

11.15am– 1.00pm Maximising Opportunities and Minimising Risk in Business, Padraig Considine, PAS Accountants.

Padraig who has over thirty years experience of working with small businesses will speak on his experience of how sole trader enterprises can maximise opportunities and manage risk to gain traction in the market.

This workshop will be of particular interest to anyone thinking of starting a business and to those who are in business and may have challenges or who want to build to the next level. It will also be of interest to policy makers.

Booking: jomahony@paulpartnership.ie