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Make Your Business Irresistible

23 June 2016 BY Editor
Devise an integrated strategy for growing your sales.

Q: My small business is four years old, but our sales growth is slowing. How should I develop our focus to grow sales?

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I cannot recommend membership of IWIB enough

IWIB has been invaluable to my business over the last few months. I have had a number of referrals from… Sarah Staunton - SPS Solutions
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A Fantastic Initiative, A Credit To The Founders

“It is always a great pleasure to meet like minded people and this forum is full of them. The organisation… Sean Gallagher - Dragon's Den. Founder and CEO of Ireland's largest home technology company, Smarthomes.
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Making the transition from employee to boss has been made so much easier by the help and support of the… Laura Monk - Butler Monk Solicitors
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  • Happy 1st Birthday IWIB

    02 April 2010 Posted by: Editor
    In the past year IWIB has come a long way and all of the members involved have helped us to grow where we are today! We have in the last year offered a number of additional service to members including… Read full story
  • IWIB Membership Price Comparisons

    18 March 2010 Posted by: Editor
    We have compared IWIB membership to similar organisations to show you the exceptional value IWIB really is. We have supported many small businesses by providing training & networking and cost effective… Read full story
  • The Dragon & The Apprentice Entrepreneurial Fire Defeats The Cold Snap In Naas….

    28 February 2010 Posted by: Editor
    The cold weather did not stop Irish Dragon Sean Gallagher or Irish Apprentice Boss Bill Cullen from joining with members of www. irishwomeninbusiness.ie for the organisations first national conference.… Read full story
  • Top Tips for Prospecting by Phone

    15 February 2010 Posted by: Editor
    Prospecting can be much like going to the health club. Its something that you know is good for you and will produce excellent and predictable results, yet is something that most sales people always seem… Read full story
  • IWIB AGM Tue 23rd Feb, Osprey Hotel, Naas

    10 February 2010 Posted by: Editor
    The Irish Women In Business AGM will be held next Tuesday. We cannot stress how important it is for members to attend this meeting as motions will be taken to shape the organisation for the coming year.… Read full story
  • Be Alert Stop Card Fraud

    27 January 2010 Posted by: Editor
    Fraud losses on plastic cards in Ireland last year amounted to €16 million. Technological advances in payment mechanisms such as Chip and PIN have dramatically reduced our exposure to fraud risk with… Read full story
  • When The Going Gets Tough

    09 January 2010 Posted by: Editor
    Should owner managers bring in the big guns when accounts become late or overdue. Consider that if someone owes you money, they probably owe others too – Whoever takes action first will get paid first… Read full story
  • Last Day For The Dragon & The Apprentice Ticket Sales

    08 January 2010 Posted by: Editor
    Irishwomeninbusiness.ie is proud to present The Dragon & The Apprentice. Bill Cullen and Sean Gallagher will be delivering strategies and tips for entrepreneurs at a new and unique event in The Osprey… Read full story
  • Travel Advice For The Dragon & The Apprentice

    07 January 2010 Posted by: Editor
    The Dragon & The Apprentice event is going ahead as scheduled. The Osprey Hotel has rooms available for €110.00 OR €140 including dinner & Breakfast for 2 people. The Naas Road will be gritted on Sunday… Read full story
  • Cashflow Forecasting

    03 January 2010 Posted by: Editor
    Implementing a cash-flow projection system will help improve working capital management and lead to more effective communication with your creditors, writes Ciarán o’Brien Read full story
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