Welcome to this week's edition of our SFA e-zine. I hope you had an enjoyable bank holiday weekend.
In this week’s e-zine make sure to read our GDPR tip of the week, looking at the eight rights of the individual.
Places are filling up fast for our FREE Annual Conference, make sure you book this must attend event today. If you haven’t checked out our great speaker line up, make it your mission today.
Have you a new product you want to tell others about or a recent success story that people would be intersted in? We are looking for good news stories for the next edition of the Better Business magazine, make sure to submit yours to be in with a chance to be featured.
The SFA are supporting a survey on digitisation through IT within the small business community and we would really appreciate you contributing to the results. It should only take a few minutes to complete the survey and we will be sharing the results with you all in the coming months.
The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work has launched a new campaign and is looking for Irish companies to enter and explain how they effectively manage dangerous substances in the work place.
FraudSMART is a fraud prevention initiative which aims to raise consumer and business awareness of the latest financial fraud activity. Make sure to read this great article.
We have our final Business Bytes talk before the summer break, which takes place tomorrow evening. We will be looking at the new PAYE Modernisation coming into effect on the 01 January 2019. If you haven’t already done so please reserve your FREE place now.
Do you want to learn interview techniques for the radio? We are delighted to be able to offer radio and interview training with Ellen Gunning, PR guru, to our members. This training course will take place on the 31 May. If you were at our Business Bytes talk with Ellen you will know that this will be an excellent day for all who attend.
As always, we’d love to hear from you about any queries you may have, issues you wish to have raised with Government or other stakeholders and your ideas on how we can improve the business environment for us all. Please contact me on tel: 01 605 1602 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet: @SFA_Irl or visit: www.sfa.ie.