Plato seeks a few good tech SMEs for April cohort

Mark Donovan, Mark Donovan & Associates, leads a recent Plato meeting



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4 April 2017 | 0

Plato, which provides an 18-month business development programme for SMEs is calling for tech SMEs to join its Spring 2017 cycle.

The programme – funded by the Local Enterprise Offices Dublin – provides an environment for business owners to learn from their peers and large company expertise at a three-hour monthly meeting for 18 months.

The monthly meetings provide training and support to give SMEs with the skills to develop their businesses. Past hosts include Ericsson, PayPal, Microsoft, IBM, and Pfizer.

Since its inception in 1993, Plato has helped thousands of small businesses to develop and grow through its industry-led programme. The Spring 2017 group will mark the 3,000th business participant to pass through the programme.

Marion Walshe, regional manager, Plato Dublin, said: “We are very proud of the success of the programme over the past 20 years. It is hugely rewarding to see business owners empowered by their time with us and subsequently having the skills and confidence to take their business to the next level.”

Plato Dublin is open to businesses that have been operating for a minimum of two years, with at least two members of staff and is supported by the Local Enterprise Offices in Dublin City, Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown, South Dublin and Fingal. The subsidised cost for taking part is €600.

The closing date for entries is 19 April with the Spring term beginning on 26 April 2017.

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