Are you thinking about setting up a business or are you in business, looking to expand? The Local Enterprise Office has joined with Waterford Libraries to offer you advice and support on your business journey and they are hosting two information events;
Wednesday, 29th March 2017
6 - 7.30p.m.
Friday, 31st March 2017
3 - 4.30p.m.
Mr Richie Walsh, Head of Enterprise at Waterford Local Enterprise Office, said “Many of the entrepreneurs that we meet with have a brilliant business idea in mind, they are hungry, not afraid of failure and passionate about succeeding. What we do is give them the tools, advice, direction and support to turn that idea into a viable business enterprise.”
“In many cases the assistance comes in the form of mentoring, in some it’s financial assistance and in others it is business training and upskilling. These resources are easily accessible and invaluable to anyone thinking of starting a business. Waterford is open for business and these services serve to encourage the growth of the small business sector in Waterford.”
Waterford Libraries provides “Work Matters at the Library”, a service offering support for business and employment. This service includes free access to online business courses as well as a wide variety of business magazines, books and language learning facilities. Support services such as free membership, wifi and meeting spaces are also available.
If you have a business idea or what to grow your business and would like to find out more about what support services are available, call into into the LEO offices at 35 The Mall, Waterford or The Civic Offices, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford on 0761 10 2905 / www.localenterprise.ie/Waterford or your local library or click on Library Service at www.waterfordcouncil.ie.