As you may know, I am a member of the SCCUL Mentors programme. This provides pro bono mentoring for small business in the greater Galway area. Managed by Ballybane Enterprise Centre, the SCCUL Awards is the undoubted highlight event of the year, while the Centre also hosts regular seminars on topics of interest to local startups and micro-enterprise. These are free to attend and take place in the evenings from 7PM to 9PM – Tea/coffee on arrival.
DATE FOR YOUR DIARY : 30th April 2015
I am going to deliver a SCCUL Evening Seminar in BBEC on April 30th on the very specific topic of ‘Business Application Writing for Success’.
During the mini-workshop, I intend to address grant application forms, tenders, and sales proposals with a focus on how to actually research, read and complete documents professionally (related post here).
I will be drawing on my experience of completing with and for clients:
► Enterprise Ireland R&D applications
► New Frontiers application forms (related blogpost)
► Enterprise Ireland HPSU forms
► Venture Capital Application forms
► Enterprise Competition Applicaton forms
► Enterprise Ireland Competitive Start Fund (CSF) forms
► Local Enterprise Office (LEO) forms to include feasibility, Digital Vouchers, and Priming/Expansion Grants.
► Bord Iascagh Mhara
► Various Irish and EU Tenders (related blogpost)
► The Ireland Funds [not-for-profit and charitable organisations]
Places (free) can be booked via Eventbrite by providing your name and email address … booking is really appreciated to plan for numbers. Please note that your email address will not be used to contact you except in relation to this event.
Alternatively, you may ring Ballybane Enterprise Centre to book a spot.
Ballybane Enterprise Centre
Ballybane, Co. Galway
Phone: +353 (0) 91 386004
I am happy to receive suggestions on what exactly to cover on the evening so please feel free to leave a comment here – I hope to make it an enjoyable, interactive and beneficial experience for all attendees.