New scheme aims to give managers practical help

Isme's Advance Business Programme focuses on providing definable benefits, writes Gareth Naughton.

1st January, 2012
New scheme aims to give managers practical help
Isme's training course offers plenty of face-to-face time and personal attention.

An initiative being launched this month will give Ireland's start-ups and SMEs practical guidance as they seek to expand.

Isme's Advance Business Programme, which has the support of AIB and Griffith College, will train participating owner-managers.

"There is no point in bringing people in and teaching them stuff unless it has a practical application or goal. Each of the participants will come out with a project that is related specifically to their own business," said...

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