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Not for Profit Organisations

Not for Profit Organisations


A not for profit organisation has the same duties and responsibilities as a commercial organisation. 
In some cases they have more, e.g. if they may be a company limited by guarantee.


 

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Stand out from Crowd

Marketing

 

Stand out from Crowd

Every business, from the one person business to the multinational, needs marketing. If you don’t accept that, then that is rock you may perish on.

Marketing consists of all those activities that are associated with product design and planning, pricing, promoting and distribution of the product or service. Some people think that marketing is advertising. Not true. Advertising is only a tiny part of the mix.

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Annual Planning

Annual Planning


Annual Planning can include reviewing the achievements of the present year and preparing a plan for the next.  It can look at each department of the business, work with the owner/manager or your managers to examine what has happened and what didn’t happen, what was planned to happen, why it did or didn’t happen and to set plans for next year in order to achieve the goals of the company.  It will set objectives, strategies and tactics.  It can include meetings, which can last a full day or longer, with relevant staff in order to prepare for next year.

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Boards

Boards


A company limited by shares has to have a minimum of two directors and a company limited by guarantee has to have a minimum of two directors and seven members.


 

A member of The Synergy Group can sit on a board to assist in overseeing the activities of a company. They can bring a non executive, balanced and impartial viewpoint as well as expertise in particular areas.

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Human Resources

Human Resources


Micro and small businesses can’t afford to have a Human Resources manager.  Neither can not-for-profit organisations.  Yet if they employ as much as one person, full or part time, they are employers and have to adhere to HR laws in Ireland.

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Business Development

Business Development


Business development plans provide guidance to organisations in purpose, including mission, vision and values, as well as product or service, target audience and the strategies they will use to achieve success. Successful business development plans include a situation analysis, a SWOT analysis and clearly outlined goals, objectives, strategies and tactics. The plan provides guidance for all members of the organisation.

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Operations Management

What is Operations Management?


Operations Management deals with the design, execution and management of operations that converts resources into products, processes, services and supply chains. It considers the acquisition, development, and utilisation of resources that firms need to deliver the goods and services their clients want.  It implements the company’s business.

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