S3 Ep2. Insights into balancing the best of remote, virtual & face to face with Alison Matthews
Suzanne talks to Alison Matthews founder of the award winning Virtuali Alison is a whizz at helping entrepreneurs automate processes around running course / events (online / face to face) to be a virtual set of hands, eyes & ears. She understands the complexities of running a business, juggling all the hats and getting swa
Coworking and what it means for Northern Ireland…
This week we are over in Poland attending the Coworking Europe Conference 2019. After the success of last year’s conference in Amsterdam, this year the conference is being held in Warsaw with over 600 delegates from Europe and other international countries from as far away as the US and India in attendance. The Irish deleg
Coworking is innovation, business can no longer stand still.
Coworking and hospitality are not an obvious marriage but there are many overlaps evolving more and more organically but also as a means to survival. Business can no longer stand still! Tourism, events management and restaurant/bar trades immediately spring to mind when thinking of hospitality so a service based sector fu
You’re Not Networking, You’re Growing Your Business Community
What does “networking” mean to you? Does it conjure up “wider community” be it business or wider community organisations or just bring sweaty palms & nerves? Just the word”networking” can put a lot of people off but really you’re just building your business community. It can benefi
MeetUps Happening Near You in NI!
Growing your business often doesn’t happen automatically by using social media & having an amazing website! You also need to get out and mingle and meet new faces to grow your network & then here’s……… 5 ways to use your network to grow your business Don’t forget that if you’d l
Hate The Word "Networking"? We Love "Mingling"!
What do you really think of Networking, what does it mean to you? Networked businesses tend to be open, random, and supportive, whereas those relying on hierarchical, traditional management methods are closed, selective, and controlling. Successful networks help you with resilience to outside forces like recessions & can