Chamber Launches ‘Resilience Series’ Of Webinars For Businesses

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TRALEE Chamber Alliance has launched the ‘Resilience Series’ designed to support SME’s across Kerry to sustain their business in the months ahead, but also looking towards rebuilding and coming out stronger.

With the results of the Chamber Ireland 5th National Survey released on Thursday, business activity is typically down 32% currently across a broad range of sectors, and this trend is likely to continue for the next 12 months (expected 33% reduction in turnover).

The results of this latest survey show that 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.

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The first two events scheduled for October 8 and October 29 will be focused on Finance and HR respectively.

Ken Tobin of Tralee Chamber said; “We’ve looked at the key areas that is going to impact businesses over the coming months, and not only do we want to focus on helping them keep their doors open, we also want to see how we can help them come out the other end stronger and a better business”

“For businesses right now its about managing cashflow and seeing what financial supports make sense for them, which is why our first Webinar on October 8th will be focused on Finance with a panel of local experts. Quickly following on from that will be focusing in on managing our overhead costs, with staffing being critical, and HR will be the focus of the second Webinar on October 29th.”

Over the coming months, Tralee Chamber’s series of online webinars will be connecting local experts in Finance, HR, Marketing, Business Supports, Property, Education and Technology with SME’s in Kerry to guide and assist them to sustain and rebuild their businesses.

While the series is open to all SME’s in Kerry, Chamber members can register straight away on Eventbrite: and Non-Members are to email for details on the series. #Relience #BuildBackBetter

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