SMALL BUSINESS - IRISH EXAMINER

Small Business Column: Ireland's Space Industry

As an Irish-led space mission is due to come to fruition in 2016, Kehlan Kirwan this week looks at Ireland and how we are steadily creating a reputation in the space industry.    

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Small Business Column: Growth figures come with caveats

Today, Kehlan Kirwan looks back on a good week for Ireland, with a number of job announcements and positive growth figures suggesting the economy is powering up. Kehlan argues, however, that all is not what it seems.

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Small Business Q&A: Peter and James Nagle from Bitcove

In this week’s Q&A, Kehlan Kirwin talks with Peter and James Nagle from Bitcove. Bitcove is aiming to make it easy and quicker for people to transfer money using bitcoin.

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Small Business Column: The minimum wage

In this week’s column, Kehlan examines the minimum wage and why raising it will not lead to vast unemployment. 

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Small Business Q&A: Mark Regan from 3FiveTwo

In this week’s Q&A, Kehlan talks with Mark Regan from private health company 3FiveTwo, the North’s largest private healthcare provider. It has recently purchased St Joseph’s Hospital in Sligo.

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Small Business Q&A: Bob Murray from Evros Technology

In this week’s small business Q&A, Kehlan talks with Bob Murray from Evros Technology. Evros has a 25-year history in IT and computer solutions for business. Bob talks to Kehlan about how it started and how the business has evolved.    

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Small Business Column: The best small country in the world to do business?

This week, Kehlan Kirwan examines Ireland’s claims to be one of the best countries in the world to do business as we play catch-up with the more advanced economies of the US and UK.     

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Government needs to show Eircode is not waste of €27m

Over the last year, and it has seemed like that long, we’ve read several articles on the proposed new postal codes. 

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Small Business Q&A: Cathriona Rohan from Cathriona’s Hair Salon

In this week’s Q&A Kehlan talks with Cathriona Rohan from Cathriona’s Hair Salon in Castlegregory and Tralee, Co Kerry. Cathriona talks about branching out into business and how she became hairdresser and stylist to the stars.

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Small Business Column: Food start-ups

What are small and successful food businesses up to asks Kehlan Kirwan? And what traits do people who made a success in food start-ups have? 

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Small Business Q&A: Pat Keogh from Arema Connect

In this week’s Q & A Kehlan talks with Pat Keogh from Arema Connect. Arema Connect started out as a call centre, but now involves itself in many other aspects of business for its clients. Pat explains the success and evolution of the business.

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Small Business Column: Societal change

In this week’s Small Business column, Kehlan looks at how business is at the forefront of societal change and why social problems need to be at its core.

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Steep fall in numbers of insolvent businesses

Insolvencies in some parts of the country have nosedived by more than 50% in the past month despite a quarterly nationwide increase, two reports indicate.

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Small Business Q&A: Kevin Giblin from Mercyhurst College Ireland

In this week’s Q&A Kehlan talks to Kevin Giblin from Mercyhurst College Ireland in Dungarvan, Co Waterford. Kevin has worked with the FBI and Nato and heads the Global Intelligence Forum, taking place on July 12-16 in Dungarvan.

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Small Business Column: What you don’t need to be successful

In this week’s article Kehlan Kirwan looks at some of the things you don’t need to build a successful business – the latest tech gadgets, an office, an accountant.    

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The Small Business Column: Clerys' Closure

In this week’s column, Kehlan Kirwan looks at the debacle that has been the liquidation of Clerys’ department store and the knock-on effect it will have for the people who worked there.    

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Small Business Q&A: Rani Dabrai

In this week’s Q & A, Kehlan talks with Rani Dabrai of Miss Moneypenny, which provides virtual office services for businesses

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Time Test can successfully step up to Group class

Time Test looked a much improved performer when winning a handicap on his return at Newbury, and can make the successful step up to Group company in this afternoon’s Tercentenary Stakes at Royal Ascot.

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Small, fast-growing firms to create jobs, says Bruton

The Government has denied that Dublin grabs the biggest share of the huge amounts of foreign direct investment flowing into Ireland at the expense of the rest of the country.

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The Small Business Column: hiring and keeping the best young people

In this week’s column Kehlan Kirwan looks at what young employees are looking for in their prospective small companies and finds that it’s not all about the money.

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Small Business Q&A: David McDonald from Nova Broadband

In this week’s Q&A, Kehlan Kirwan talks with David McDonald from Nova Broadband. Nova recently announced a major expansion to its broadband coverage and a €250,000 injection from private investors

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Small firms urged to comply with conditions of Companies Act

Small company owners and company secretaries are being urged to undertake their own reviews as the new Companies Act heralds major changes to Irish company structures.

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The Small Business Column: Leaving Cert is no reason to panic

The weather is improving and there are so many things to see and do this summer. That means it must be Leaving Cert time and Kehlan Kirwan looks at why there is no need to panic.   

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Small Business Q&A: John Cosgrave from BlueTape

 

In this week’s Q&A Kehlan talks with John Cosgrave from BlueTape. BlueTape came about from the DCU/ PCH Hackathon, which happened in Dublin recently. John explains how they started a business in just a few days and what the future holds for

 

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‘Stop delays in SME credit’

The pillar banks are failing in their duty to promote funds being made available via the State’s new SME bank as an alternative source of credit to small firms, lobby group Isme has claimed.

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Q&A: Edwina Shanahan of Irish based company Visa First

What is Visa First?

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Small Business Column: Stay productive in the summer months

Summertime is right around the corner and it’s the season for going on holidays or staring aimlessly out the window, wishing you were somewhere else.

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The small business column: Put down that mobile device

In this week’s Small Business column Kehlan Kirwan looks at why it pays to put down your mobile devices when you get the chance.

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Q&A: Graham Barker, owner of DoSpace

In this week’s Q&A Kehlan talks with Graham Barker, owner of a unique business. Graham has started DoSpace in the heart of the Dublin Docklands. In fact, it’s floating in the docks as we speak.

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Q&A: Olivia Smyth from TheStorkExchange.ie

In this week’s Q&A Kehlan talks with Olivia Smyth from TheStorkExchange.ie which rents equipment like carseats and buggies to parents travelling in and out of Ireland. It has a shop in Dublin Airport and is opening one in Shannon Airport in the summer.

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Small Business Column: The rise of farmers’ markets

In this week’s column Kehlan looks at the rise and rise of farmers’ markets and how they are becoming the place to be on your weekend mornings.

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The Small Business Column: Put Corofin on your SatNav

Not a town usually associated with going out of your way for, Corofin has been rejuvenated in recent years thanks to the hard work and dedication of its locals. Put it in your satnav the next time you’re passing out west.    

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Q&A with Gillian Horan from The Pudding

For this week’s Q&A Kehlan talks with Gillian Horan from The Pudding about brand management and what it really means    

 

 

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The Small Business Column: You have to do more than play it safe to grow your business

I recently came to a crossroads in my business. The past six months for us have been very good — better than we expected. However, every now and again I get this voice in my head saying ‘you can do better’.

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The Small Business Column: Start-up Weekend Limerick

In this week’s article, Kehlan Kirwan looks at Start-up Weekend Limerick, which has become more than simply a 54-hour start-up event for developing new business ideas and is becoming part of an entrepreneurial movement    

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SMEs fear NI cut in corporation tax rate

Two-fifths of Irish SMEs are concerned that a mooted reduction in the Northern Irish rate of corporation tax would have a negative impact on the economy south of the border.

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The Small Business Column: Cultivating customers

In this week’s column, Kehlan Kirwan looks at sales trends and why it is time to think differently when it comes to finding and keeping customers                      

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Q&A with Micheal O’Gorman from Xanadu Consultancy

For this week’s Q&A, Kehlan talks with Micheal O’Gorman from Xanadu Consultancy, a global gaming technology services provider which recently signed a multimillion-euro contract with Matchbook.com, a global betting giant.    

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Small Business Column: Examine the biggest failures in business to learn the secrets of success

In business, there are a whole host of examples of success and how to achieve it.

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Irish company failures decline 17% year-on-year in first quarter

The first three months of 2015 have seen a 17% year-on-year decrease in company failures.

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The small business column: Nick Ashmore, chief executive of the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland

For this week’s Small Business Column, Kehlan talks with Nick Ashmore, chief executive of the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland; the State’s new so-called SME bank.

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Small Business Column: Aoife Ní Mhuirí, Salaso

Introducing dynamic new technology to the physiotherapist patient relationship, Kerry start up Salaso is gaining traction in the UK market.

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Small Business Column: The importance of having a good diet

In this week’s Small Business column Kehlan Kirwan looks at taking care of yourself at work and why a good diet is essential for a properly functioning brain.

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Small Business Column: Edward McCloskey, CEO of Waterwipes.

In this week’s Q&A Kehlan talks with Edward McCloskey, CEO of Waterwipes. Waterwipes, a chemical-free baby wipe, is currently being promoted across Ireland and the CEO talks about what it takes to build the brand.

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Rising revenue has Dublin club upbeat

The outlook for the exclusive Dublin members’ club, the Residence, is positive, with revenues to date already up this year on previous years.

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Small Business Column: Teenage entrepreneurs

In this week’s column, Kehlan Kirwan talks with some of the country’s teenage entrepreneurs and says we must avoid putting an age limit on bright ideas.   

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Small Business Q&A: Eoin O’Leary, from UCC

For this week’s Q&A Kehlan talks to Eoin O’Leary, from UCC, about his latest book which examines what it calls Ireland’s economic underachievement. 

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Small Business Q&A: Victor Finn, CEO of IMRO

For this week’s Q&A Kehlan Kirwan talks with Victor Finn, CEO of IMRO. The Irish Music Rights Organisation recently announced that music is worth €470m to the economy. Victor talks to Kehlan about the importance of music to the economy.

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The Small Business Column

In this week’s column, Kehlan Kirwan looks at why skills are the next hurdle for the economy, and not jobs.

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Slow start for Irish house builds in 2015

There has been a “dramatic” slowdown in residential construction activity in the early part of this year, following significant increases in residential planning applications and construction project commencements last year.

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Small Business Q&A: Helen Kuyper from 24-7 Storytelling.

In this week’s Q & A, Kehlan talks with Helen Kuyper from 24-7 Storytelling. 24-7 Storytelling works with companies to help them write their company story and Helen explains why that’s so important.

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The Small Business Column

When you put a price on a product or service you are not only putting a price on it to entice customers but also putting a worth on your own skills and the business itself.

  

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Focus on aid schemes for SMEs

Richard Bruton, the minister for jobs, has announced a major campaign to reduce chronic low awareness levels amongst SMEs of the various government assistance programmes on offer.

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Event organiser Tara Horgan, Bank of Ireland's Michael Shanahan, and guest speaker Eamonn Moore, E-MIT Solutions, at the UCC BIS technology conference at the Kingsley Hotel, Cork. Picture: Des Barry

Cyber crime poses greater risk to SMEs, warns Ernst & Young expert

Small and medium-sized businesses run the risk of incurring greater damage and being worse affected than larger firms in the event of cyber crime, a leading expert has warned.

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Ceili Fitzgerald, Dare to Live and Carol O'Leary, Eazy City at the February Network Cork meeting in the Hayfield Manor Hotel. The meeting was a networking seminar with Caitlín O'Connor from Accelerating Performance. PIC Darragh Kane

Network Cork 'ambassadors' helping new members develop their networking skills

Women are naturally more cautious than men when it comes to promoting their businesses, says Helen Wycherley, the president of Network Cork.

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Small Business Column: The lady that is Limerick

In this week’s column we are looking at stereotypes within Ireland and why Limerick City has a bone to pick with Donal McIntyre, writes , Kehlan Kirwan.

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Small Business Show - The Language of Business

It’s a brand new year and the goals of your company in 2015 need to lay out on the table.

Kehlan Kirwan from the Small Business Show looks at the language of business and how you speak to your employees can define the success or failure of company objectives.

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Honohan concerned state bank did not need licence

The Government dropped the term ‘bank’ from its Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI) after concerns were expressed by Central Bank governor, Patrick Honohan.

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Dee O'Leary of IDME, which is looking to expand

Innovative Cork looking forward to inspiring year for start-ups and small business

It’s a good year for start-ups and John Daly hears there is plenty of help on hand for those looking to take advantage.

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Bank’s SME approvals rise 52% to €5.6bn

AIB approved €5.6bn in credit to the SME sector in the year to the end of November, 52% more than in the first 11 months of 2013.

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Small Business Q&A: William Rochford from BR Foods

For this week’s Q&A, Kehlan talks with the chief executive of BR Foods and the True Life range of healthfoods, William Rochford. BR Foods has a long relationship with household brands, while True Life is a new venture which rose from a real-life experience.

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Small Business Column: Shopping local

With just a few days left to shop for Christmas, Kehlan Kirwan looks at what shopping locally really means.

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Small Business Column: Keeping up with your order book

Kehlan Kirwan from the Small Business Show looks at what happens when your business increases and your order book begins to grow.

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Small Business Q&A: Dr Barbara Murphy from Equilume

Kehlan talks to Dr Barbara Murphy from Equilume for this week’s Q&A. Equilume has developed a unique technology that allows the reproductive cycle of a mare to be altered and provide for healthier foals.

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VIDEOS: Limerick businesses takes up ’Startup Weekend’ challenge

Startup Weekend originated in the United States and is a concept which involves creating a workable startup business inside a weekend. This story is enriched with multi-media content

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Small firms challenge changes to public works

A challenge brought by several small businesses to proposed changes to the conditions of public works contract applications has opened before the High Court.

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Poor IT skills ‘slowing firms’

An unwillingness to adapt to new technologies or a general level of ignorance to them may be holding businesses back from their full potential.

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Small Business Column: Gifts for employees

It’s that time of year when employees are looking to employers to see how much they are valued and appreciated. 

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Ideas flow for UCD start-up

A cascading stream of creativity allied with a unique software offering has a Dublin-based start-up eyeing a slice of the multi-million euro mobile gaming market, following the launch of its first product.

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Credit application refusals dwindling

Banks are turning away fewer small and medium-sized businesses in search of credit than earlier in the year, according to a new report.

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Small Business Column: Start-up Weekend

Kehlan Kirwan looks at Limerick’s 54-hour start-up experience and says it’s a must for anyone looking to go into business.

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Horsebreeders banking on success

Euro Stallions has got off to a flying start, supplying horse semen to the domestic and foreign markets, writes Trish Dromey.

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Small Business Q&A: Michael O’Keeffe, PSG

On this week’s Q&A Kehlan talks with Michael O’Keeffe, chief executive of PSG Communications which was formed as a result of a merger. He asks why and how it came about.

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Small Business Column: The best export destinations for Irish firms

In this week’s column, Kehlan looks at the best countries to export to and why you should be looking at them to grow your business

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Small Business Q&A: Jim Moore from ParkByText

For this week’s Small Business Q&A, Kehlan talks with Jim Moore from ParkByText which is a cashless way to pay for parking in over 200 locations in Ireland, the UK and the US.

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The Small Business Column

In this week’s column, Kehlan looks at rejection and why, as a business owner, it just comes with the territory

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Calls for public procurement ombudsman office

SMEs need more encouragement to avail of the €12bn public procurement market, with only 14% of them bidding in public sector tenders in the past 12 months.

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Small Business Q&A: Patrick Bourke

Menswear has been a staple of men’s fashion and suits on the Ennis high street in Clare for more than 40 years. It recently won the Retail Excellence Ireland award for Store of the Year for 2015. Kehlan caught with up with Patrick to see how they did it.

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Small Business Column: Customer retention

In this week’s column, Kehlan Kirwan from the Small Business Show looks at customer retention and why more businesses need to make this a strategic part of their business.

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Small Business Q&A: Adrian Kelly

For this week’s business Q&A, Kehlan talks with Adrian Kelly from AirSynergy about his business which is based upon green energy and intellectual property.

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Small Business Column: Finding a business partner

This week, Kehlan looks at how to acquire a partner for a business, and what should be considered when looking to bring new knowledge to a company.

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Quantitative easing is no silver bullet for solving economic ills

THE ECB is under growing pressure to embark on a large scale government bond buying programme.

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Small Business Column: Communicating with customers

In the wake of the Irish Water debacle Kehlan Kirwan looks at how to communicate with customers and how to get them involved in your brand.

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Small Business Q&A: Jim Toal

Jim Toal from Fairco Windows and Doors. Fairco have hired through the recession and continue to hire now. So how have they do this at a time of deep economic turmoil in the country?

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Small Business Column: Budget 2015

As the dust settles, Kehlan Kirwan looks at Budget 2015, and what it may mean for Irish small businesses

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Small Business Q&A: Stephanie Lynch

Stephanie Lynch is the CEO and Founder of OnTheQT.ie, a website dedicated to finding and showcasing the best out of the way places in Ireland. Stephanie talks about how she started and why ‘off the beaten track’ tourism is growing.

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VIDEO: Small Business Column: How Budget 2015 could affect SMEs

On the eve of Budget 2015, Kehlan Kirwan looks at what SMEs should look out for in Finance Minister Michael Noonan’s speech. This story is enriched with multi-media content

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Gavin Duffy and Sean O'Sullivan from Dragon's Den (left) at the Bank of Ireland Accelerator programme for SMEs at Penrose Wharf Business Centre, Cork. Picture: Jim Coughlan

Programme aims ‘to turn ideas into investable and viable businesses’

From Italian fashion to food and photo-sharing, a select group of start-up companies based in the heart of Cork City are embarking on a 12-week course designed to hone their skills across an eclectic range of issues.

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South-East group claims Tourism Ireland not doing enough for region

Tourism leaders in the South-East say 80% of those in the hospitality sector feel the region is not adequately represented by Tourism Ireland when it comes to promotions in the international market.

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Start-up hurdles ‘must be removed’

Ireland runs the risk of losing its attractiveness to internal and external entrepreneurs if the Government doesn’t remove certain "obstacles" to start-up firms in next week’s budget, one lobbyist has warned.

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‘SME Bank’ to start lending next year

The State’s new ‘SME Bank’ — the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland — is likely to begin lending within the next quarter, Jobs and Enterprise Minister Richard Bruton, said yesterday.

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Small Business Column: Top tips on how to do a great presentation

Presentations can often be quite daunting, yet at some point, your business will have to do one.

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Small Business Q&A: Denis Collins, chairman of the IT@Cork Tech Cluster

Recently, the cluster started a new initiative called Adopt-a-School and Kehlan talked with Denis about what it aims to do.

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Small Business Q&A: Ciaran Greenwood from V12 Protein Shots

This week Kehlan talks with Ciaran Greenwood from V12 Protein Shots.

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Small Business Column: Things you may need to give up to get ahead

Achieving a proper work/life balance can be difficult and often means sacrificing something.

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Small Business Column: What businesses can expect in the run-up to Budget 2015

The Government is back in session and Kehlan Kirwan looks at what businesses can expect over the next month in the run-up to Budget 2015.

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Small Business Q&A: Georgina Campbell, hospitality guru

Kehlan Kirwan talks with hospitality guru Georgina Campbell about her new courses for hospitality owners and the state of the hospitality industry.

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Small Business Q&A: Bart Storan manager of the ‘Support Your Local’ campaign

Bart Storan, manager of the ‘Support Your Local’ campaign, talks to Kehlan about what the campaign is aiming to do for pubs, off-licences and drinks-makers.

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Small Business Column: Time computer science curriculum in schools

Galway East TD Ciaran Cannon said last week that Ireland needs to look seriously at creating a computer science curriculum in schools. Kehlan Kirwan examines why it’s a good idea.

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Small Business Column: Business needs the feminist movement

In this week’s column, Kehlan looks at women in business and why feminism needs to stage a comeback.

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Small Business Q&A: Miriam Cassidy from Us Of Ireland

Kehlan talks with Miriam Cassidy, CEO and co-founder of Us Of Ireland, a new website dedicated to craft arts and designers targeted at an international audience

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Mario Draghi: Wants to boost credit to SMEs.

ECB’s €40bn plan to revive economy

The European Central Bank will buy up to €40bn of asset-backed securities as part of a programme to stimulate the region’s economy, according to JPMorgan Chase.

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Small Business Q&A: Paul Brown

Kehlan travels to Limerick to talk to Paul about the business and its recent rebranding.

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Small Business Column: Making your companies money work for you

In this week’s column, Kehlan looks at investing in your business and outlines some things to remember when putting your hard-earned company money to work for you.

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Avril McArdle: 'Consumed by administrative tasks'.

25% of SME bosses waste time on social media

A quarter of small business owners admit the greatest waste of their time is spent browsing social media, shopping online and contacting friends.

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Chamber calls for improved SME access to credit

Make the tax system more business friendly; introduce policies that promote infrastructure investment; improve access to credit for SMEs and implement measures that boost consumer confidence are among a comprehensive set of recommendations contained in Cork Chamber of Commerce’s pre-budget submission. 

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Small Business Q&A: Jeffrey Treacy

Gasta is a new health food café which has opened in the centre of Limerick City.

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Small Business Column: SMEs need to look beyond borders

In this week’s Small Business column, Kehlan looks at why the push for businesses to export is justified and why SMEs need to look beyond borders.

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Property debt hits relatively few SMEs

Property-related debt among SMEs is concentrated among a relatively small number of firms, which have much higher default rates than the industry average, according to the Central Bank.

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SMEs plan to invest in marketing

Nearly 70% of SMEs have plans to invest in their business over the coming 12 months, but concern remains regarding their focus on export opportunities.

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Small Business Q&A: Mike Morrissey and David Kenaghan

Mike Morrissey and David Kenaghan, pictured, left their jobs to start My Deal Doc. From that they have now developed a fast-growing app called My Booze Doc and they sat down with Kehlan to explain how it started.

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Small Business Column: Entrepreneurs - are they born or made?

With the Leaving Certificate results out and students looking at where life will take them over the next few years, Kehlan Kirwan looks at whether entrepreneurs are born or made

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Secrets of data analytics to be explored at digital media marketing conference

The international stars of digital media marketing will gather in Dublin to share their thoughts, techniques (and a few secrets) on data analytics as part of the third annual measurement.ie conference.

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Crime costs small firms €1.5bn

An acute lack of trust in law enforcement and the judiciary is contributing to a huge increase in crime against small and medium businesses which is costing the sector €1.5bn a year.

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eDay: Is your business prepared?

EDay is just around the corner and marks the cut off for when Irish Public Sector Organisations and Government stop accepting and issuing cheques. Cerri Killworth highlights the issues and provides the answers to many questions surrounding the move.

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Equity finance ‘key to SMEs’ future’

Small firms need to make far greater use of equity financing to offset lower levels of bank lending and grow their business.

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INFOGRAPHIC: The rise of online shopping

Did you know that global online retail sales have increased 17% yearly since 2007?

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Small Business Q&A: Elizabeth Fingelton from Obeo

Elizabeth Fingelton, from Obeo, is the focus of this week’s Small Business Show interview.

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Small Business Column: Getting paid shouldn’t be this hard

Kehlan Kirwan looks at the difficulties associated with getting paid in Ireland and what needs to change for small and big business

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Avine McNally: Need to help troubled small firms and lift stigma of failure.

Struggling entrepreneurs need real help and a second chance, says SFA

A new early-warning and assistance programme for struggling small firms needs to be established to help reduce the stigma of failure in business.

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Slight dip in business sentiment

The level of increased output and job hiring among firms is not yet significant enough to suggest the economy has moved to a "notably faster growth trajectory", according to a new survey.

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Small Business Q&A: Kevin Nugent from Mr Waffle

For this week’s Q&A, Kehlan headed to Galway to talk to Kevin Nugent from Mr Waffle.

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Small business column: Tips for handling complaints on social media

This week, Kehlan Kirwan from the Small Business Show looks at dealing with online and social media complaints and what businesses can do about them.

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iDME founder and winner of the US Business Development Award  at the Cork Foundation Female Entrepreneur Networking Evening', Dee O'Leary

Thinking small not on the agenda for entrepreneurial winner Dee

WHEN Dee O’Leary’s then three-year-old son wandered away from her while she was paying for groceries and a sense of dread overcame her, the idea for an award winning business was born.

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PODCAST: The Small Business Show (28/07 - 05/08/2014)

This week’s Small Business Show news looks at whether or not someone on an internship can be considered an employee. Also on this week’s Show:
- Tax and Incentives for the unemployed who want to start their own business
- Linked Finance explain how crowd lending is supporting SMEs
- The coffee house serving more than taste

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Small Business Column: Evolution a requirement for survival

This week, Kehlan Kirwan from the Small Business Show looks at developing new strands in order to survive and learning new ways to grow your enterprise

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