Capturing your Share of International Business
at July MOCC!
The international marketplace is waiting for you and your business can benefit in a big way! Carol Brady from The Enterprise Europe Network (www.een-ireland.ie) will be talking about "Capturing the Share of International Business" at the next MOCC Meeting due to take place in the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at GMIT Castlebar on Wednesday 3rd July at 9.30am.
Carol's presentation will outline the specific supports which businesses can receive from their local Enterprise Europe Network office.
The Enterprise Europe Network is made up of close to 600 partner organisations in more than 40 countries, promoting competitiveness and innovation at the local level in Europe and beyond. Within Ireland the Network is a consortium made up by Enterprise Ireland, Dublin Chamber of Commerce, Waterford Chamber of Commerce, Cork Chamber of Commerce and Galway Chamber of Commerce & Sligo Chamber of Commerce.
This network offers support and advice to businesses across Ireland and Europe by providing them with information and a menu of services to make the most of the opportunities in Europe. Services are specifically designed for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) but are also available to all businesses, research centres and Universities across Europe.
Services include Business to Business Partnering, advice on access to finance, support for EU projects and advice on navigating EU laws and standards.
Businesses located in Mayo are assisted by the Enterprise Europe Network partner for the region which is Galway Chamber of Commerce.
MOCC is a business network run by businesspeople for businesspeople. The event is free of charge. All meetings start at 9.30am and last between one hour and 90 minutes.
All you have to do is turn up on the day. More details on the Mayo Open Coffee Club are available on http://mayo-open-coffee-club.org/, or you can email any of the organisers: Judith Feehan (firstname.lastname@example.org ) and Helena Deane (Helena.email@example.com ) .
Start-up businesses, people with the germ of an idea, and established businesses all find the Open Coffee Club a useful vehicle to get in touch with what's happening in the business world around Mayo.