Tralee Chamber has launched a series of online seminars for Kerry businesses.
The Resilience Series is designed to support SMEs across the county to sustain their business, but also looking towards rebuilding and coming out stronger.
The results of the latest Chamber Ireland national survey shows that business activity is typically down 32% currently across a broad range of sectors.
This Chamber Ireland survey shows that business activity is typically down 32% across a broad range of sectors, and this trend is likely to continue for the next 12 months, with an expected 33% reduction in turnover.
The results show the SME sector continues to be the most impacted, with particular concerns across key areas of finance, HR, cost management, and lower business activity levels.
Ken Tobin of Tralee Chamber says they’ve looked at the key areas that will impact businesses over the coming months.
He says not only do they want to focus on helping businesses keep their doors open, but they also want to see how the Chamber can help them come become a stronger and better business.
The first webinar in their Resilience Series on October 8th will focus on finance, with a panel of local experts.
The second one takes place on October 29th and will look at HR.