‘Building Better Business’ roadshow comes West to Co. Mayo!

‘Building Better Business’ roadshow comes West to Co. Mayo!

Businesses from across the West attended #BuildingBetterBusiness in #Ballina to learn about navigating their green journey and how to boost business performance through digital transformation, as part of a new initiative by the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment.

Hosted by Dearbhail McDonald speakers and discussions included Minister Simon Coveney and Minister Dara Calleary.

Update on the progress of the West Regional Enterprise Plan with
➡️ Evelyn OToole – West Regional Enterprise Plan Chair,
Noreen Conway – Outreach Manager – Platform94
Joanne Grehan – Mayo County Council and John Higgins – An Bealach.

Panel 1
➡️The twin challenge of the digital and green transition
With Noel Kelly – Creva International,
Amy O’Connor – Deerpark Tree Care,
Sarah Flood – @snapmayo and Siobhan Ni Chofaigh – MintTekCircuits

Panel 2
➡️ How SMEs are scaling and internationalising
With Tommy Griffith – PEL Recycling,
Aishling Naughton – P and G Cards,
Ronan Boyle – Easyfix,
Sean Davis – Entirl and Paul McBride – Peroptyx

A fantastic morning discussing the economic opportunities and strategic benefits for businesses who want to take their first steps into transitioning into the green and digital future.

Going Green and Growing Digital
The green economy and digital transformation are fundamentally changing the future, bringing both clear opportunities and significant challenges for businesses, but especially in the West of Ireland.
Chambers West were particularly delighted to welcome The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment Minister Simon Coveney and Minister Dara Calleary to Ballina, Co Mayo in the series of Building Better Business roadshow, an event travelling across the country to help advise business navigate the green journey and boost business performance through digital transformation.

The event not only highlighted businesses that are currently in the process of transitioning but also showcased companies that have already made the switch, securing their sustainability.
Chambers in the West have been supporting businesses to start, scale and innovate, working alongside agencies, and offering advise on a range of tailored supports for enterprise of all sizes who want to be based in the west of Ireland.
These supports include access to finance, management development, mentoring supports, business development programmes, market supports and trade promotion.

Collaboration is Essential and both Galway Chamber and Ballina Chamber will continue to Build for the Future with Collaborative Innovation.

Featuring members of Ballina Chamber(L-R)
Minister Dara Calleary Chamber PRO Niamh Ryan CEO @Ella & Jo Cosmetics, Hugh Rouse former Chamber President, Chamber President Tracey McCann GlackenMags Downey Martin and Minister Simon Coveney

With thanks to Minister Calleary for bringing the event home to Ballina.

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