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Chamber Newsletter May 18th 2018

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We have added two business speakers Jim Sheehan of SURECOM and Denis Casey of Casey Business Consulting.

Jim will speak about his business story and how to enter  awards.

Denis outlines his speaking points as follows:

A different take on Brexit plus why people should love their numbers.

Firstly (at the risk of turning people off) Brexit. While I appreciate people are sick to the teeth of hearing about Brexit at this stage, my take on Brexit is slightly different. I believe the actions required when planning for Brexit, are actions all businesses should take anyway to make themselves stronger – even if Brexit wasn’t on the horizon. If Brexit happens, they’ll be ready. If Brexit doesn’t happen, they’ll see the difference on your bottom line.

Secondly, I work a lot with micro, small and medium businesses. It is surprising how many of them don’t know their margins by product, service or channel. Many business owners seem to have a phobia about the financial side of the business. Yes, they love that they do, but it is much easier to make a profit when you take time to understand the margins.

Feel free to pop in for what should be an interesting and hopefully interactive chat. 

www.caseybusinessconsulting.ie

 
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Please contact Sabrina or Karen to discuss your training needs:

admin@countytipperaryskillnet.com​

052 6191103

 
Click here for upcoming Training Programmes
 
 
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CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR BUSINESS FOR THE 2018 AWARDS 
 
 
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Metis Ireland accredited with All-Star

Boutique Wealth Management 2018

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Carl Widger and Ian Cooke of Metis Ireland pictured celebrating the All-Star Business Award.

Congratulations to Metis Ireland! 

The leading lights in Irish Business descended on Croke Park on 19th April for the 4thAnnual All-Ireland Business Summit where a 1,000 strong audience from all 32 counties saw Metis Ireland presented with an All-Star Award.

Speaking at the event, Kieran F. Ring, CEO Global Institute of Logistics, Deputy Chairperson Adjudication Panel said;  

 “The decision to designate Metis Ireland with All-Star Wealth Management Boutique 2018-19 is based on the score achieved in four rounds of intense competition. 

The application, supported by references, interviews and independent ratings from the ‘mystery shopper’ process left the adjudication panel in no doubt that Metis Ireland is richly deserving of this accreditation. We would like to extend our sincere congratulations to all concerned and we wish you every success for the future”

Dr. Briga Hynes, Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick, Chairperson Adjudication Panel stated:

 “’Metis Ireland has demonstrated an ability to innovate and has impressive growth plans which no-doubt reflects the resilience and optimism that are the hallmarks of Irish entrepreneurs. Metis Ireland bring a real inspiration for what is possible in business in Ireland and provide important role models for the many aspiring entrepreneurs and existing small firms.” 

 
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VACANCIES

 

VISION ID currently have vacancies for the following roles:

Business Development Executive 

Graduate Sales

Channel Sales

Key Account Manager

 
 
Find out more about these vacancies by clicking this link
 
 
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Please see attached very important documents from Tipperary Local Enterprise Office on:

1.   Tipperary Early Payment Scheme for Rates 2018  

2.  Dedicated Procurement Supports for Local firms.

LEO_TippCC_Public_Contracts_15x4_Vari.pdf
 
Tipperary Early Payment Scheme for Rates 2018.docx
 

Tipperary Local Enterprise

Clonmel Office

Phone: 052 612 9466

Email: leo@tipperarycoco.ie

Fax: 052 6187079

Address:
Ballingarrane House, 
Cahir Road,
Clonmel,
Co. Tipperary

Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday-Sunday: Closed

Nenagh Office

Phone: 0761 06 5000

Email: leo@tipperarycoco.ie

Fax: 067 33134

Address:
Civic Offices, Limerick road,          
Nenagh,
Co. Tipperary

Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday-Sunday: Closed

 
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AIB Brexit Reports

AIB have developed a set of documents providing advice and contact resources covering different areas of the impact of Brexit. The three documents are as follows:

  • List of AIB Brexit Advisors by region
    • This is a list of AIB Regional Managers for all of the regions throughout Ireland who also work as AIB Brexit Advisors for businesses within their respective region, which includes the email addresses of each Brexit Advisor for contact purposes
Full List AIB Brexit Advisors.pdf
 
  • AIB Brexit Sentiment Index
    • The AIB Brexit Sentiment Index reflects and measures the sentiment of Irish SMEs towards Brexit, summarised as a single number, with a potential range from +100 to -100. It takes the difference between the positive and negative responses across four key measures: Impact on business now, impact on future business over the next 5 years, level of visibility and the wider economic impact of Brexit
AIB_Brexit_Report_PRINT_FEB2018 FINAL.pdf
 

  • AIB Brexit Sectoral Outlook – Transport & Logistics Outlook
    • The AIB Brexit Sectoral Outlook reports provide an overview of business different sectors within Ireland and how Brexit will affect them. The Transport & Logistics Outlook report provides a comprehensive overview of the value of the Irish road haulage sector to the Irish economy
transport-and-logistics-may-2017.pdf
 
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Central Bank briefing – Central Credit Register

The Central Bank has announced the implementation of the Central Credit Register, a new secure system for collecting personal and credit information on loans of €500 or more. It has been established by the Central Bank of Ireland under the Credit Reporting Act 2013. The Central Credit Register is being implemented in two phases. In Phase One, lenders commenced the submission of information on consumer loans (credit cards, mortgages, overdrafts and personal loans) and this will continue to be made monthly.  This information has been incorporated into credit reports which are available on request at www.centralcreditregister.ie.

Phase Two focuses on the submission of information on business loans including for example, commercial mortgages, business overdrafts and credit cards, revolving facilities and letters of credit.

From 31 March 2019, business lenders will be obliged to seek a credit report when:

  • a borrower has made an application for a new loan for €2,000 or more;
  • a borrower has applied to have an existing loan restructured;
  • there are arrears on an existing loan or there has been a breach of the limit of a credit card or overdraft.
NOTE ON CENTRAL CREDIT REGISTER 16.04.18.docx
 
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