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Defining a 'High-Potential SME'

Defining a ‘High-Potential SME’

I am not one for reading notices or advertisements but the following LinkedIn Article grabbed my attention because I perceive myself as Lean/Frugal Collaborative Innovation evangelist.   The article promotes a workshop for SMEs interested in learning more about Horizon 2020 and its value in supporting collaborative innovation between EuropeanRead More

"Be small, think big, and go places”

Be small, think big and go places

It can take all hands on deck in a small organisation to keep the ship a float and on course when battling the many day to day operations. If the organisation employs a very small number, making time and course corrections needed to discover new ideas or explore new islandsRead More

The Battle Cry Goes Out To Small Business To Innovate

Battle cry goes out to small businesses – it’s time to innovate

There are 230,000 small to medium enterprises (SMEs), employing over 900,000 employees in Ireland, returning over 10 billion euros each year to the Irish exchequer (McHugh, 2010). In 2013, the European Commission stated in Europe, over 92% of all enterprises are micro-SMEs and employ fewer than 10 people. Both theRead More