New spring training schedule for small businesses

The Kilkenny County Enterprise Board (KCEB) is rolling out their new spring summer training schedule for 2013 designed for both start-ups and existing businesses. The courses are aimed at those who wish to acquire knowledge and expertise in a particular area whether it is in relation to finance, sales, e-marketing, health and safety, food safety, etc.

The Kilkenny County Enterprise Board (KCEB) is rolling out their new spring summer training schedule for 2013 designed for both start-ups and existing businesses. The courses are aimed at those who wish to acquire knowledge and expertise in a particular area whether it is in relation to finance, sales, e-marketing, health and safety, food safety, etc.

If you are thinking about setting up in business, then you should consider some of the following programmes i.e. start your own business courses, business planning and business idea generation workshops which will provide you with all the information you need to know about getting your business up and running.

Among the courses planned are computerised accounts programmes including Thesaurus Proll, Sage 50 and QuickBooks software packages; online marketing programmes using tools such as Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and You Tube, employment law workshops and food safety related programmes. An up to date list of all courses is available at www.kceb.ie

The KCEB aims to ensure continued growth and development of start-up and micro-enterprises throughout the County. It provides a range of business support packages along with its training including business information and advice, mentoring and the establishment of a new network, which will meet at lunchtime on the last Wednesday of every month in the Newpark Hotel.

‘Time and costs are significant factors for micro-enterprises and the economic environment is more challenging than ever for businesses. The Board is conscious of these factors and we make every effort to deliver cost effective, practical courses that will have immediate relevance to your business’ commented Fiona Deegan, CEO of the KCEB.

All courses are heavily subsidised by Kilkenny County Enterprise Board and further details about the training programmes on offer or if you would like to book a place online visit www.kceb.ie alternatively you can contact our office @ 42 Parliament Street, Kilkenny by phoning 056-7752662 or e-mail: enquiries@kceb.ie