Does your business have a technical challenge? Why not talk to TSSG about an Innovation Voucher?


TSSG Innovation Vouchers


Innovation vouchers assist companies in delivering technical solutions to their business challenges. A Enterprise Ireland voucher entitles SMEs and start-ups to gain access to €5000 worth of research to be carried out by TSSG.


Innovation Vouchers are an excellent way for companies to access the high level of knowledge and expertise at TSSG. We can provide innovative ways of solving problems, create a technical roadmap, assist a company to explore a business opportunity or help steer your company in the right direction.


For further details, please contact:

Diarmaid Brennan

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Tel: 086 0822 126

Updating your contracts from 2017: consider Mediation


Chambers Ireland, in partnership with the Law Society, CIArb, Mediator’s Institute and the Courts Service, launched a Business and Commercial Mediation Scheme last year with the objective of promoting the use of mediation as a cost and resource efficient way for businesses to resolve commercial disputes. For more information on the service, visit our website.


Click here to download a factsheet on how using mediation can help your business, particularly when it comes to negotiating/renewing contracts for the new year.


CSR online Tool for SMEs and CSR Newsletter


Minister Breen and


Minister Pat Breen recently launched a CSR online Tool for SMEs which allows small and medium size businesses to assess their business practices under the four pillars of Corporate Social Responsibility: Community, Environment, Workplace and Suppliers & Customers. Information about CSR and supports available to SMEs will then be sent to businesses that engage with the Tool. It can be accessed online here.


The Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation recently released the first CSR Newsletter which can be found attached or online at:

Free Lean Thinking in Construction Seminar at WIT


The Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) Lean Enterprise Excellence Group will continue its Lean Practitioner Seminar Series, with a Lean Thinking in Construction Seminar in January 2017.


The Lean Practitioner Seminar Series are free monthly events which bring together practitioners in lean enterprise, operational, and process excellence to share knowledge, experience, expertise, and good practices.


On Wednesday 18 January, speaker Aidan Clancy, who is the Commercial Director of Clancy Homes, will address the issues regarding Lean Thinking in Construction.


As an enthusiastic supporter of all things Lean, Aidan laid the foundations for Clancy to embark on its Lean journey. Aidan joined the business in 2009 and has been involved in many aspects of the company’s continued success, with a particular focus on collaborative work practices. Clancy is currently involved in many high-profile construction projects, including enabling works for the new National Children’s Hospital and the €200m+ Facebook Data Centre in Meath.


Aidan holds a Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Limerick and in 2016 he completed the Executive MBA at WIT, obtaining a first class honours. Aidan is Commercial Director of Clancy Homes, a newly-formed sister company focused exclusively on housing delivery.


The Lean Practitioner Seminar is being delivered in association with Waterford Chamber Skillnet.


Event: Lean Thinking in Construction

Date: Wednesday 18 January 2017

Time: 18.00 – 20.00

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Location: Room F.06, WIT Main Campus Cork Road, Waterford.

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