Welcome to our latest issue of Connect Business
How are you all doing?
There is no doubt about it we are certainly in strange times, and we spare a thought for all businesses but especially those who have had to close their doors again across the county due to restrictions. It’s not an easy time and we must now support local more than ever. Most of our traders in Kerry have gone on line so please when you think about shopping online look for the local business to support.
Many restaurants are doing takeaway so go on get that bite to eat at the weekend and keep them going.
Speaking of local we continue with our ‘Welcome to our Street’ feature, this month we visit Castleisland and as I have said many times before in Connect, I love Castleisland, the sense of support there is outstanding, they all work together for their town, and the support we got in this feature was very encouraging and we thank you all for that. Castleisland has lots to offer and we just have a sample of what you can enjoy on a day trip to Castleisland.
This is also the first issue of our partnership with Tralee Chamber Alliance to let you know what is happening in the town and any other business advice they may want to get to you, we are reaching out to chambers of Kerry, so this is an invitation to those chambers, we are here to support you and we look forward to hearing from you with all the business news for your town. Chambers have been a huge support through this pandemic so check in with your local branch and be sure you are kept up to date on all the advice to keep your door open.
Some great business stories this month
If you have a good news story or you would like to feature your business give us a call and we can chat to you.
In the meantime I will leave you with this positive thought for your business
Stop being afraid of what can do wrong
Start being positive about what can go right.
Until next time