FIONA NOLAN from the Northside Enterprise Centre and CLODAGH TIMMINS, a client of the Enterprise Centre
join John Healy to talk about the services that the centre provides for people seeking to expand their small businesses.
Clodagh outlines ways that the centre has helped her, including the networking events that helped expand her list of business contacts. Clodagh runs personal training classes from rented premises. She started her business with an enterprise grant provided by the Department for Social Protection.
Fiona says there are many entrepreneurs out there, lots of them women, who need a little encouragement to follow through on their ideas. And one of the first steps they should take is to contact the Enterprise Centre.
|Duration: 18'17"||DATE: December 4, 2013|
|Interviewee:Fiona Nolan, Clodagh Timmins|
|Themes:Irish Life & Culture|
|Keywords:starting a small business, becoming a sole trader, starting out in business, enterprise grants available for entrepreneurs, fiona nolan, clodagh timmins , personal training, northside enterprise centre|
|Creator:Near FM||Publisher:Near FM|
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