Bord Gáis Energy is the proud sponsor of SFA Business Bytes, a series of free seminars for SMEs to upskill and gain access to valuable expert business advice. The sponsorship is part of Bord Gáis Energy’s ongoing commitment to supporting the SME sector. At a recent seminar on energy efficiencies for business, we spoke to a SME operating in the energy sector, with a focus on building service maintenance. Willie Kearney, director of Thermodial, gave us the benefit of his wisdom having grown a specialist business in a challenging economic environment.
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