Building Better Business Southeast

Microfinance Ireland are proud to be taking part in a number of nationwide regional events with the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment in 2023. The aim of the Building Better Business events across the country is to help businesses to navigate their green journey and boost their business performance through digital transformation. 

There are a number of events that will run throughout the rest of 2023.  Please keep an eye on our LinkedIn page for more information on how to register.

 

 

On July 14th Microfinance Ireland attended the Southeast Building Better Business event held in the SETU Arena in Waterford. Businesses from across Carlow, Waterford, Wexford and Kilkenny attended the Building Better Business event to learn about navigating their green journey and about digital transformation.

Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Simon Coveney spoke at the Building Better Business event. Topics of discussion included the importance of supporting local businesses, buying Irish and the many government supports available for businesses in the South East and nationwide. Minister Simon Coveney also spoke about digital transformation and the importance of environmentally friendly business practices.

It was great to meet with local businesses and hear inspiring stories from regional companies about their digitalisation and decarbonisation success stories. Panel members included Joe Begley from ICON windows and Pauline Dunne from Killowen Farm.

 

About Microfinance Ireland

Microfinance Ireland provide small business loans to help start-ups and established businesses get the finance they need for their business. We Provide Business Loans of up to €25,000 to Irish businesses. To find out more about what we do, click here

To find out if you are eligible to apply for a loan with us, visit our who we lend to page.

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