Lean Green Services are an approved service provider for the Local Enterprise Office Lean for Micro Programmes.
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.
Lean Green Services are an approved service provider for the Local Enterprise Office -Lean for Micro Programme and has provided support to over 30 clients under this scheme.
Lean Green Services will visit your company, evaluate your processes, and speak with the company’s managers about challenges faced by the business and the improvement project opportunities to be carried out over several weeks. A number of Lean tools and techniques will be applied as appropriate to the needs of the business and improvement project at-hand. Additionally, management and staff will be trained and mentored on Lean.
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.
As an Expert Panel Member for Enterprise Ireland, Lean Green Services are an approved service provider for the Local Enterprise Office Business Continuity Voucher under the terms of the scheme.
Please contact Lean Green Services today for a free consultation to confirm your eligibility for grant funding under this scheme
About the Business Continuity Voucher
Businesses*, employing up to 50 staff, are eligible to apply for a Business Continuity Voucher to the value of €2,500 towards third party consultancy costs to assist with developing short-term and long-term strategies to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of the voucher is to provide contingency planning advice to assist businesses to continue trading through the crisis. The primary aim of the scheme will be to support companies make informed decisions on the immediate measures needed to continue trading in the current environment while securing the safety of all employees and future business viability through identification of remedial actions.
The Business Continuity Voucher is available to support businesses:
- Develop business continuity plan
- Assess current financial needs in the short term to medium term
- Reduce variable costs, overheads and expenses,
- Review and explore supply chain financing options
- Implement remote working processes or procedures
- Leverage HR expertise
- Leverage ICT expertise
- Prepare a business case for application to emergency financial
- interventions available through Banks, SBCI and Microfinance Ireland.
Trading Online Voucher Scheme – up to €2,500 grant available
Grow your business with help from this Government grant scheme, designed to assist small businesses. It offers financial assistance of up to €2,500 along with training and advice to help your business trade online. Participating in this scheme can make the process of trading online much easier for you.
Making informed decisions is vital for all business, so the free help and training provided by our office puts you in a position to decide what is best for your business.
Businesses that have already received a Trading Online Voucher can now apply for a second voucher, where upgrades are required.
Funding can be used towards adding payment facilities or booking systems to your website or developing new apps for your customers. This voucher can also be used towards subscriptions to low cost online platform solutions, to help companies quickly establish a retailing presence online.
Derek Hannick is on the Mentor Panel for the Sligo & Mayo Local Enterprise Offices.
The Mentor Programme is designed to match up the knowledge, skills, insights and entrepreneurial capability of experienced business practitioners with small business owner/ managers who need practical and strategic one to one advice and guidance. The mentor contributes independent, informed observation and advice to aid decision making.
All applications for mentor assistance are dealt with individually and are preceded by a business needs analysis to assess the key needs of the business and determine the most imperative mentoring objectives.
The Mentor Programme is open to both new and existing businesses located withìn the LEO region.
The Role of Mentor:
- Advise and provide direction
- Help the promoter identify problems and suggest areas for improvement
- Discuss solutions and innovative ways of improving business activity
- Help with the decision making process
- Share experience and knowledge
- Provide structure and context for discussion
- Offer assistance in compiling a business plan
Area of Involvement:
- Business Strategy
- Financial Planning
- Market Research
- Marketing & Promotion
- Production Planning
- Corporate Organisation
- Website Planning & Design