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A series of free events are still on offer to entrepreneurs, existing business owners and start-ups in Waterford for Local Enterprise Week which takes place from March 4th to 9th 2018.

On Wednesday, March 7th a free workshop on Intellectual Property Awareness is set to take place at Carrickpheirish Library from 2.30pm to 4.30pm. This workshop is designed to offer the letter of the law information on Intellectual Property particularly in relation to setting up a new business or growing an existing business.

Thursday, March 8th is International Women’s Day and a celebratory event is planned for Waterford. ‘It’s ALL about you!’ a workshop designed to assist business women in leveraging their uniqueness is set to take place from 8.30am to 2 pm at Waterford’s City Hall.

On Friday, March 9th the Waterford County Enterprise Awards Ceremony will also take place. At this event, the winning local business that will go forward to represent Waterford at the National Enterprise Awards in Dublin this May will be announced.

Throughout the week a number of ‘One to One Mentoring Clinic’ appointments are also on offer at Waterford Local Enterprise Office. The clinics will offer mentoring sessions in HR, Marketing and General Business and more.

Places at all events (including free events) taking place in Waterford for Local Enterprise week must be booked via the website, http://www.localenterprise.ie/waterford

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