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Adult Learners' Festival 2015 at Business Information Centre

Today has been rough but never give up! Adult Learners' Festival - 23rd - 28th February, Celebrating Adult Learning

CDETB Adult Education Guidance Service: Monday, 23rd February, 2pm - 4pm (Information Stand)

Aontas: Tuesday, 24th February, 1pm- 3pm (Information Stand)

Irish National Organisation of the Unemployed: Tuesday, 24th February, 3pm- 5pm (Information Stand)

Employability: Wednesday, 25th February, 2pm - 4pm (Information Stand)

Minding Your Mind - A Jobseekers Toolkit for Managing Stress while Looking for a Job: Thursday, 26th February, 1.30pm - 2.30pm (Career Workshop)

Jobcare:Thursday, 26th February, 1.00pm - 3.00pm (Information Stand)

Free Digital Marketing Course for the Long Term Unemployed with the Irish Times Training Unit: Friday, 27th February, 2.00pm - 4.00pm (Information Stand)

Remember that the Education of a man is never completed until he dies (according to  Robert E. Lee) and even if today has been ruff, never give up!

Please contact the Business Information Centre, Central Library, Ilac Shopping Centre, Dublin 1 at (01) 873 3996 for further details

 

World Health Organization Collection. How far have we come?

World Health OrganisationThe Business Information Centre houses a repository of World Health Organization material known as the WHO Collection - there are 592 items here to date - a figure which is slowly growing. The WHO Collection dates back to 1980 and contains a large collection of books, pamphlets and magazines which they self publish. Read more »

Workshop worth attending!

The Business Information Centre are delighted to announce another gripping workshop aimed specifically at all those wishing to "find the job they always wanted in 2015". This event takes place on Tuesday, 27th January at 1.30pm in the Central Library, Ilac Shopping Centre, Dublin 1 and booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.

Please contact (01) 873 3996 to secure your place. Remember the one who hesitates is lost.

Celebrating Library Week with Dublin City Libraries: Open for Business

Open for businessStart Off, Start Up, Start Now, Starting a Business? Start here. Open for Business.

The theme for this year's Library Ireland Week, 17-24 November is Open for Business. The Business Information Centre, Central Library is Open for Business and is committed to supporting business in the community. The Centre, situated on the first floor of the Ilac Shopping Centre, in Dublin City Centre, holds a comprehensive collection of online business resources, ideal for business start-ups, doing research, job interviews, project work, profiling statistical and company and financial information. Just ask us for help!

The Business Information Centre will host the following talks and Information Stands to celebrate Library Ireland Week:

  • Patent, Trade Marks, Designs and Copyright – Intellectual Property for Your Business presented by David Hyde – Patents Office - Monday 17th November from 6.30pm – 8pm
  • Information and advice available on a Free Digital Marketing Course for those on long term unemployment with the Irish Times Training Unit - Tuesday 18th November from 2.00pm - 4.00pm
  • Information and advice given by Irish National Organisation of the Unemployed with Information Officer, Joe McDonagh - Thursday 20th November from 2.00pm - 4.00pm
  • Tips on how to Find a Job in 2014 presented by Peter Cosgrove, CPL Recruitment - Wednesday 26th November from 1.30pm - 2.30pm

Where to go for up-to-the-minute Information

Where to go for up-to-the-minute Free, Financial, Business Information?

The Business Information Centre, situated on the first floor in the Ilac Shopping Centre, is where to go. A comprehensive collection of online, business resources, ideal for business start-ups, doing research, job interviews, project work, profiling, statistical, company and financial information are held here. Just ask at the desk for help.

Data Ireland has information on more than 80,000 Irish businesses with 100,000 Irish executive contacts available. Very useful if you are searching for a particular industry e.g. banking in Dublin 1.

If you are interested in searching a database with information on over 3 million world wide companies, covering over 60 countries, Kompass Online is where to look.

Vision-net provides access to financial company details, which may otherwise be difficult to obtain. This information is processed by the Company Registration Office and is very useful in relation to following the profit and loss of potential competitors.

Mintel is an excellently sourced database ideal for accessing the Irish Market. All aspects of the economy, particularly the retail, leisure, financial, well being, fashion, food and drink, personal care, technology and travel industries are comprehensively covered. Beware! This information does not come cheaply. Luckily for you clients, the library bears the brunt of any financial pain associated with providing this information. Read more »

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