Lean Green Services are an approved service provider for the Enterprise Ireland / IDA Lean Business Offer.
Client Companies can avail of Grant Funding for Lean Green Services of between 50 – 100% for eligible projects. Contact us today for a free consultation.
Am I eligible?
The Lean Business Continuity Voucher is open to small, medium or large client companies of Enterprise Ireland or Údarás na Gaeltachta (including High Potential Start-ups).
IDA Ireland supported companies should refer to the IDA Ireland website for relevant Business Continuity supports.
Clients of Local Enterprise Offices should visit Local Enterprise Business Continuity Voucher, as should other companies employing up to 50 people who may also qualify for support.
Lean Green Services will gladly assist you to confirm your eligibility for this support and assist you with your application. Please Contact us…
Lean Green Services are an approved service provider for the Enterprise Ireland / IDA Business Continuity Voucher.
The Lean Business Continuity Voucher is available to eligible companies to access up to €2,500 in training or advisory services support related to the continued operation of their businesses during the current pandemic. The voucher may be used to obtain services of Lean Green Services in the form of management advice OR training of management or staff within the company or a combination of both.
This support can be delivered online or on site depending on your needs and current social distancing guidelines.
The service provided can focus on the Operations of the company in terms of;
- Crisis response where appropriate,
- Sustaining Operations including process re-engineering (Lean, etc),
- Planning for resilience post crisis.
Examples of Advisory Services or relevant Training could include;
- Crisis management
- Building rapid deployment capability
- Hygiene systems and deployment of same
- Developing and deployment of safe working practices
- Contact tracing and management
- Management of people through a crisis – communicating/Handling issues
- Coaching/mentor support for Leaders and Staff on mitigation and reduction actions
- Risk assessments on sites and reducing risks of contamination
- Preparing for external assessment such as by HSE/Department Agriculture Food and Marine
- Rapid response to situations like rapidly disinfecting at pace
- Preparing for reduced cash flow and challenging logistics
- Carrying out risk assessments for continuity
- Managing and supporting potentially compromised sub supply network
- Development of Innovative substitution strategies
- Managing subcontractors and suppliers
- Developing rapid understanding of market requirements post crisis
- Sourcing alternative distribution channels and logistics
- Preparing for ramp up post crisis
Lean Green Services are an approved service provider for the Enterprise Ireland / IDA Lean Business Offer. The Lean Business Offer provide grant funding for 80% of Lean Green Services Costs for eligible clients/projects.
Please contact Lean Green Services today for a free consultation to confirm your eligibility for grant funding and to select the best programme for you to start your Lean Journey.
The Lean Business Offer was designed to encourage companies to adopt Lean thinking and practices to help them increase productivity and improve overall competitiveness. Additionally, it would enable the establishment of a culture of continuous improvement, and lead to increases in profitable sales, exports, and employment.
The LBO is based on three levels of engagement of increasing scale and complexity – incremental improvements – depending on the capability and capacity of the company:
- LeanStart – learn the basics.
- LeanPlus – performance improvement.
- LeanTransform – enterprise-wide transformation in culture and performance
Building on the success of the LBO, and so as to help Irish companies stay ahead of the competition in a rapidly evolving business landscape, Enterprise Ireland introduced the Operational Excellence Offer in 2018. This new offer was designed to incentivise established export-oriented companies to invest in upgraded production equipment, Lean/Operational Excellence training, and the implementation of innovative production, delivery, or organisational methods within the business. The goal was to bring the value of Lean principles into larger Digital Transformation projects.