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Title: Enterprise Ireland Vienna Seminar April 11th 2002


1
Enterprise Ireland Vienna Seminar April 11th 2002
  • www.enterprise-ireland.com

2
Enterprise Ireland
  • Established in 1998
  • The agency with responsibility for supporting
    the growth of locally controlled industry

3
Who are our clients?
  • Manufacturing and internationally-traded services
    companies employing ten or more
  • High-growth start-ups
  • new businesses that are likely to see sales grow
    to around 1.27m and employment to between 10 and
    20 people in early years
  • Overseas companies in the food, drink and timber
    sectors that seek assistance to locate in Ireland

4
Enterprise Irelands strategy
  • Bring knowledge and expertise to clients
  • Build relationships with key partners
  • Share financial risks to make change possible

5
What clients want
  • Customise your responses
  • solutions, not schemes
  • Challenge us in our plans
  • offer creative suggestions
  • Give us one central contact or champion who can
    help us get the most from EI
  • Eliminate the information black hole

6
The Business Development Model (BDM)
  • Delivery Mechanisms of Support Services in
    Ireland

7
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BDM Six interactive elements
  • Business strategy
  • Research, development and design
  • Production and operations
  • Marketing
  • Human Resources Development
  • Finance for growth

9
Characteristics of the Structured Approach
  • A holistic integrated approach to working with a
    client
  • Matches the allocationof EI resources(financial
    and non financial ) to the achievement of impact
    on sales, exports and employment of client
    companies
  • Sets uniform acceptable standards for client
    interaction

10
Development Advisor
  • Development Advisor
  • One stop shop /account manager
  • Catalyst for change
  • Provides Access to Specialist Supports and
    Networks
  • Overseas network
  • Technology expertise
  • Human resource development
  • Market and sectoral expertise
  • Effective broker of solutions
  • Linkages

11
Office Network
  • Over 100 staff in 10 regional offices
  • 30 overseas offices
  • Trade Consultants
  • All staff have sectoral expertise and business
    development skills
  • Work pro-actively to find opportunities and build
    useful links
  • Feed local knowledge into Irish companies

12
The Mentor Network
  • Experienced business people advise client
    companies
  • 468 Mentor assignments undertaken in 2000

13
How clients benefit
  • the agenda forced us to consider some key
    issues.
  • The BDM approach encourages us to discuss all
    aspects of our business so that there are no
    gaps
  • The DA is particularly good at recommending
    actions
  • Its great to meet with the DA we just wish it
    could be more often

14
Micro Enterprise Supports Ireland
  • 11th April 2002
  • Vienna

15
Micro Enterprise Supports Ireland
  • 11th April 2002
  • Vienna

16
Enterprise Support Structure
17
Micro Enterprise Supports Ireland
  • 11th April 2002
  • Vienna

18
Enterprise Support Structure
19
Enterprise Boards
  • Established in 1993
  • Part of National Development Plan
  • Based on Local Government Boundaries
  • Independent Board
  • Chartered by Department
  • Board Directors from wide social Partnership

20
Micro Enterprise Supports Ireland
  • 11th April 2002
  • Vienna

21
Enterprise Support Structure
22
Micro Enterprise Supports Ireland
  • 11th April 2002
  • Vienna

23
Enterprise Support Structure
24
Enterprise Board Structures
25
Micro Enterprise Supports Ireland
  • 11th April 2002
  • Vienna

26
Micro Enterprise Supports Ireland
  • 11th April 2002
  • Vienna

27
Micro Enterprise Supports Ireland
  • 11th April 2002
  • Vienna

28
Enterprise Boards
  • Established in 1993
  • Part of National Development Plan
  • Based on Local Government Boundaries
  • Independent Board
  • Chartered by Department
  • Board Directors from wide social Partnership

29
Micro Enterprise Supports Ireland
  • 11th April 2002
  • Vienna

30
Enterprise Boards
  • Established in 1993
  • Part of National Development Plan
  • Based on Local Government Boundaries
  • Independent Board
  • Chartered by Department
  • Board Directors from wide social Partnership

31
Enterprise Board Structures
32
Micro Enterprise Supports Ireland
  • 11th April 2002
  • Vienna

33
Enterprise Boards
  • Established in 1993
  • Part of National Development Plan
  • Based on Local Government Boundaries
  • Independent Board
  • Chartered by Department
  • Board Directors from wide social Partnership

34
Enterprise Board Structures
35
Supports Provided
  • Hard Supports
  • Financial Aid
  • Capital
  • Employment
  • Equity
  • Feasability
  • Soft Supports
  • Information
  • Counselling
  • Training
  • Mentoring

36
Micro Enterprise Supports Ireland
  • 11th April 2002
  • Vienna

37
Enterprise Boards
  • Established in 1993
  • Part of National Development Plan
  • Based on Local Government Boundaries
  • Independent Board
  • Chartered by Department
  • Board Directors from wide social Partnership

38
Enterprise Board Structures
39
Supports Provided
  • Hard Supports
  • Financial Aid
  • Capital
  • Employment
  • Equity
  • Feasability
  • Soft Supports
  • Information
  • Counselling
  • Training
  • Mentoring

40
Information Technology and Micro Enterprise
  • Additional Programme delivered through Enterprise
    Boards from 2001
  • Enablement of Micro Enterprises to engage in
    E-Commerce
  • Finance
  • Training
  • Strategic
  • Mentoring
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