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Coveney, Varadkar, Cagney & Fraser Confirmed to Speak
Covid-19 Business Supports Update
Firms Urged to Prepare for New Online Safety Measures
50 Days to Go... It's Time to Get Ready for Brexit
Update on Our Recent Lobbying Activities
What's Happening Around Dublin This Week
Did You Miss Our Google Garage Workshop This Week?
New Skills Diploma Launched
Cashflow Advice on Offer
After Shock Conference
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New Skills Diploma Launched
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TU Dublin and UCD are accepting applications for their joint Professional Diploma in Transversal Skills. During this course you will develop skills in the areas of innovation, creativity, design thinking, digital entrepreneurship, digital marketing and collaboration.This course is designed as a rapid response to support those working in industries that have been severely impacted by the pandemic and is funded through the Government of Ireland's July Stimulus Provision. Find out more here.

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Cashflow Advice on Offer
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SMEs struggling with cashflow issues are being encouraged to contact the Ward Group, which is made up of Credit Management Outsourced Solutions (CMOS) and Hugh J Ward solicitors. During the Covid-19 pandemic, the firm said it has found that SMEs in particular are suffering from poor cash flow. If you would like to find out how to get help with this problem, contact them for a ‘no obligation’ conversation. Call on (01) 554789 or email here.

After Shock Conference
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The OECD Observatory of Public Sector Innovation will host an online conference next week entitled ‘The Government After Shock – From Ideation to Implementation’. Taking place on November 17th and 18th, Government After Shock is a two-day event designed for today’s unsettled context. Amongst the confirmed speakers are Ana Brnabić, Prime Minister of Serbia; Kersti Kaljulaid, President of Estonia and Leo Varadkar, Tánaiste (Deputy Prime Minister) of Ireland. More details here.