Celtar
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Welcome to the web blog of Celtar, a management consultancy company based in Dublin, Ireland . The MD, Billy Linehan, is a business adviser and professional business mentor. How we meet your needs Projects • Assisted company “in recovery” from recent years of poor sales, new focus on strategy – and how to implement it • Chair and act as secretary of monthly management meetings • Introduce staff centred performance management systems, train managers • Advise MD on board matters, and communicating with shareholders • Train management team on “High Performance”

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Tesco legal services on the way?

Commoditisation of legal services It is worthwhile to reflect on what is happening in other industry sectors, and to review opportunities in your own environment says management consultant Billy Linehan . The legal profession in Ireland has been battered by the recession, even the best of firms have suffered declines in turnover and [...]

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Google is set to launch a property dimension to its UK mapping system.

Are the days of growth finished for Daft.ie, will the housing sales and rental market now be controlled by home buyers and home owners? This new service will allow both estate agents and private sellers to put their property as an overlay on Google Maps.

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Google and innovation

What is it that enables Google to be so innovative? From an interview on mycustomer.com with people operations director Liane Hornsey who shares some of Google’s secrets. Google has a European HQ in Dublin, and is one of a cluster of technology companies based here whose presence is encouraging local tech start-ups.  Google Wave [...]

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Hungry for Success, Takeaway.ie

  They say hunger is the best sauce, and hunger was foremost in the minds of web developers Ciara Traynor and her Canadian business partner Anthony Kauffmann when they found themselves working late into the night on a project a couple of years ago.  After turning their office upside-down in vain looking for a takeaway menu, they fumed at [...]

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