In our latest newsletter we discuss managing costs in an inflationary environment, marketing for start-ups and website payment methods
Are you harnessing the power of your customer data? We also reflect on the need to respect bureaucracy and the importance of leadership for small businesses.
In this first edition of 2022, we look at boot-strapping, payment of overdue invoices and the inflation lag.
In this final edition of the 2021 we look at pricing, freight costs and using sales to get rid of old stock.
In this edition we look at marketing spend, finding investors and supply chain finance.
This month we discuss change in your business, hiring and managing salespeople and giving settlement discounts to your customers.
In this month’s issue we look at business valuations, the value of communications and currency risk.
In our latest issue we look at the effects of inflation, importing goods and sales processes
In this issue of our newsletter we discuss the use of technology in small business, keeping good staff and how crowdfunding might help your company.
In this month’s issue we highlight credit risk in the post-Covid era, the importance of networking and the danger of getting stuck in the weeds.
This month we focus on getting bank loans and organising your business for growth. Also, many thanks to Douglas Higgins for his contribution on employment contracts in Ireland.
This month we zero in on on managing inventory, management styles and using outsourced services for SMEs.
This month's focus is on managing sales growth, market research and social media management.
This month we focus on the importance of making good investment decisions, customer tenders and what makes a good website.
In this issue we focus on late payment, business strategy and the need to get multiple quotes before purchasing capital equipment.
In this issue we focus on Christmas preparations, how to price your goods and services and virtual events.
In our second issue we focus on the need for a contingency plan for Brexit, why innovation is the key to success and why branding is important for your business.
We are delighted to announce David Shanahan as our new Head of Sales for Ireland. David brings a wealth of experience from his previous role as CEO of the Tipperary Chamber of Commerce, where he was responsible for tripling the revenues of the Chamber and helping numerous businesses across the county. In his new role David will be responsible for growing Plésona revenue in Ireland and introducing the business to new clients across the island. “I’m delighted to be part of the Plésona team and look forward to contributing to making Irish businesses stronger.” David also has extensive experience in event management, web design and procurement. We look forward to him re-introducing himself to his vast contact network as part of the Plésona team. You can contact David at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at +353-860223468
This is the first issue of the Plésona monthly newsletter. In this issue we talk about the importance of having a plan, SME Covid loans and getting paid in the pandemic.
Many thanks to the Ireland Portugal Business Network for hosting us at their Meet the Members session on 30 September 2020. https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6717407491614928897/