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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 needsProjects• 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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Celebrating Irish startups!

Owners of 16 great businesses share their personal experiences of growing a company in the Capital City. This event happening in Wood Quay will be one of the first to kickstart the week of the StartUp Gathering.

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GOLDEN RULES OF SELLING

It is said that the essence of selling is understanding your customer's needs, and convincing him or her that you're the best supplier to meet their requirements.I'll add - that to sell you need to be in an optimistic frame of mind, seeing opportunities for the customer and for yourself in each sale.

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“MEET THE CONSTRUCTION BUYER” OPPORTUNITY

   “MEET THE CONSTRUCTION BUYER” OPPORTUNITY AT THE CROWNE PLAZA, NORTHWOOD SANTRY  From Dublin chamber of commerce “Meet the buyer” events are usually worth attending, and are a place where introductions  are made to several potential customers in one day – Billy Linehan  “Do you want to be in a prime [...]

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Better business roadshow – better business for who?

   SFA “offers best business investment in 2010”! These events are styled as a Bootcamp for small businesses but they’re far from it – “Ireland’s leading brands” are being given an opportunity to sell to the small business sector. In other words it is a masquerade where a “masterclass in best practice” is really an [...]

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Saving Ireland Inc. part 1

Celtar Update – Enterprise Ireland’s Current Support It’s not the best of times for Enterprise Ireland, the Irish state’s lead body for supporting businesses from SMEs to prospective Irish MNCs. Rightly there is a focus on support for exporting companies, though there is less concern shown about import [...]

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