Helping ambitious SMEs reach new heights.
Crowe Horwath, in partnership with the Dublin Chamber, is delighted to announce the spring series of their SME support initiative, the Pinnacle Programme.
This innovative programme is built around a series of interactive networking and thought leadership sessions where owners of Irish SMEs can share insights and personal experience across a range of opportunities and challenges they currently face.
The spring series will feature four prominent Irish SME owners as guest speakers who will share their personal insight and experience with the group. Participants in each session will also benefit from expert opinion from Crowe Horwath partners and have the opportunity share and learn from other SME owners.
January 25 – SME funding strategies
Funding landscape and optimal strategies for growing your business.
Guest speaker: John Moore, Founder & CEO, 3D4Medical
February 22 – Building lasting value
How to recognise, build and protect value in your business.
Guest speaker: Patrick Kennedy, Non-executive Chairman, CarTrawler
March 15 – Buying and selling SMEs
How to uncover potential and realise value when buying or selling a business.
Guest speaker: Michael Holland, CEO, Ampleforth Group
April 12 – Building SME brands
How to build a brand that reaches and resonates with your target market.
Guest speaker: Gary Lavin, Founder & Managing Director, VITHIT
The Pinnacle Programme open to SME owners with:
- €1+ million turnover
- 10+ employees
- 3+ years trading
If you are interested in attending a session please contact Aoife Rice Murphy at Dublin Chamber.
Download presentation summaries from our full series:
- Bob Lee on how to build a workplace culture that attracts and retains great talent
- Bob Etchingham on SMEs expanding into international markets
- Brody Sweeney on scaling SME businesses
- Caroline Keeling on managing a family business
- John Moore on funding strategies for SMEs
- Patrick Kennedy on building business value
- Michael Holland on buying and selling businesses
- Gary Lavin on building SME brands