Local Enterprise Week 2022

Online and In-Person, Monday 7th March - Saturday 12th March

Local Enterprise Week takes places Monday 7th March to Saturday 12th March 2022
Local Enterprise Offices nationally will join forces again, to deliver an extensive range of workshops, suited to all businesses from planning to scaling.

Events will be delivered online and in hybrid format, making them inclusive and easy to attend irrespective of your location in the county, province or country!

Events will be predominantly FREE / low cost by being heavily subsidised.

Expect events on finance, marketing, digitising your business, becoming more competitive & profitable, how to do quality research, find new markets and take your business international, COVID-19 response, Brexit and much more. You can expect favourite events such as our one day bootcamp on how to start your business.

Full programme details will be available shortly.

Monday 7th March - Saturday 12th March
Dublin, Ireland

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