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Business diary: Webinars

Jamie Heaslip

:: Business advisory firm Grant Thornton is hosting a webinar 'Looking Beyond Covid-19' tomorrow (Wednesday) May at 10.30am.

Its team of experts will provide practical tips on how your business can plan for a post Covid-19 environment, including: Re-tooling and reshaping the economy; repaying loans and how your business can be ready to invest for the future; utilising innovation and R&D tax reliefs to assist your cash flow; and leadership and the new way of working.

For more information contact Natasha Agnew on Natasha.Agnew@ie.gt.com.

:: Flexible workspaces and serviced offices provider Glandore will Zoom in on future-focused learnings from some of Ireland’s trail-blazing entrepreneurs and business people this Thursday as part of their Glandore Network virtual events for business owners.

The free virtual event ‘From Business Woes to Business Wins’ brings together successful Irish entrepreneurs Jamie Heaslip, Allan Beechinor and Yolanda Cooper to tell about their journeys from small beginnings to extraordinary success.

Each has had their ups and downs, and with the impact of coronavirus causing ongoing instability for the business community across Ireland, they will share some valuable lessons from their own experiences of overcoming challenges through resilience and innovation.

“We hope our speakers’ stories will resonate with and inspire many of our member businesses and help them as they face challenges head on in these worrying times,” said Rebecca Kelly, Director at Glandore.

Rugby legend Heaslip is head of brand for Flender, a business and community focused firm enjoying considerable success in bringing investors and businesses together; Belfast-based Yolanda Cooper is founder of We Are Paradoxx, a now worldwide beauty brand with environmental and social responsibility at its core; and Allan Beechinor, chief executive and founder of Altada Technology Solutions has 20 years of experience in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data science and is a well-established AI thought industry leader in EU.

Spaces are limited for this event so register early at www.buinesswoestobusinesswins.eventbrite.ie

:: Women in Business will continue with its virtual schedule of events over the coming weeks, all presented online as it adheres to government social distancing measures. Upcoming business webinars include:

Today (10-11am) - Sarah Travers: Resilience.

Tuesday May 26 (10-11am) – Joanne Kelly: Leading with courage in uncertain times.

Women in Business Networking sessions take place online every Wednesday at 10am, 2pm and 4pm with wellbeing sessions on Thursdays, while social events include ‘In conversation with Pamela Ballantine’, next up at 8.15pm on May 28.

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