Trinity International Growth Programme

In the six minutes it will take you to read this email and watch a video clip you’ll learn about six days that could put your company on a whole new growth plan.

If it’s time to scale through exports, it’s time to join the Trinity International Growth Programme – a brilliant, cost-subsidised executive learning and development programme from Trinity Business School in Dublin. BUT you’ll have to decide quickly, because on Thursday 23rd March, the second cohort of candidates will join the programme.

Through intensive classroom sessions, workshops and exploring case studies and with the guidance of experienced mentors, participants will build an export and scaling project that will bring tangible and measurable benefits. Programme topics will include business modelling, customer and competitor analysis, finance, organisational design and strategic planning along with sales and marketing. Click here<> to find out what the last group of graduating businesses say about it – you’ll be instantly impressed.

The six days for the next programme are 23, 24 and 25 March, 28/29 April and 26 May 2017. The course will be delivered in Dublin’s historic Trinity College by lecturers from its business school. Graduates will automatically become members of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce <> providing an instant and relevant network across the United Kingdom and Ireland.

There are only a couple of spaces left on TIGP 2. Those attending will come from across the UK and the Republic of Ireland so I urge you to review this information quickly: and if you are interested, the Chamber’s Head of Corporate in Dublin, Yve O’Driscoll (+353 86 041 1831), will be available to discuss the programme with you and will connect you with TCD’s Head of Business School for a call, before you make any commitments.

Through the generous sponsorship of Bank of Ireland, we’ve been able keep the fee to a minimum and participants pay just £1,850, representing a valuable subsidy to you. That’s an incredible opportunity to be part of a programme of this quality and we know that, like previous graduates, 2017’s will more than recover costs from the benefits to their growing businesses.

20 March 2017

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