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Today is International BUSINESS MONDAY, November 5, 2019.
For all those who are lucky enough to be in business, this is the day that will mark the beginning of the new year, when the business community will celebrate the birth of the year, or as some call it, the Year of Business.
The HSE’s new Alpha Beta Sigmas program has been announced by the Government, as well as the industry, and it is designed to help businesses and small businesses, particularly those with small staffs, grow their revenues.
“With the help of the Alpha Beta Sigma program, businesses will have a better chance of achieving their targets of profitability and profitability growth over the coming year,” says Dr Peter Loughan, Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of the HSE.
“By offering Alpha Beta Sessions, we can help businesses to build a business plan and plan for the long-term success of their business.”
To take advantage of the program, business owners will need to complete a short-form questionnaire.
The questionnaire will be handed out at the start of each year, with the winner receiving a free Alpha Beta Session, which will include access to the new Alpha beta strategy.
“There are two main categories of businesses that will be eligible for the Alpha Bases: businesses that have a minimum of 100 staff or fewer, and businesses with less than 50 staff.
These are the businesses that the HSA is looking for,” says Loughann.”
The first batch of businesses will receive the Alpha beta in early 2019, followed by the next batch, which is the third batch.”
This is a great opportunity for businesses to be part of the Beta Beta Sargeant program,” Loughans said.”
If you are looking for business growth, this program is a good place to start.
It is designed for small and medium-sized businesses, as it will give them a boost in revenue growth.
“The Beta Beta Sessions will be available to all businesses for the first time.
They are free to take part, and participants will receive an Alpha Beta Beta Session voucher, which they can use to take a free beta.
The program will be offered to businesses in the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Spain, and Portugal.
For more information on the HSR program, please visit: www.hse.gov.uk/betabeta.
The HSE is also working to extend the Beta beta program to the European Union, with a goal of reaching all participating Member States by the end of the first quarter of 2020.
To learn more about the HSC, visit:www.hsc.gov/hse/news.htm