Category: SME

Marching On: A Bright Future for Artane

The Artane School of Music launched a new three-year Strategic Plan for 2013-2016 in Croke Park last night. Pinta were proud to support ASM in the development of their plan and wish them every success for the future.

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The Pinta organisation facilitated the process of developing a strategic plan for the Artane School of Music. (more…)

Solas Bhride sets World Record

A big congratulations to our client Solas Bhríde and the Brigidine Sisters in Kildare Town for setting a New World Record for the most people weaving St. Brigid’s crosses in the one place, at the one time by our client.

Hundreds of people gathered at St. Brigid’s parish church in Kildare Town to set the world record for the most people to weave a St. Brigid’s cross at the same time in the same location. (more…)

BCU Grand Re-Opening

Congratulations to our client Ballincollig Credit Union who celebrated their grand re-opening at their impressive newly renovated Harrington St. location on Saturday last. Best wishes to all at BCU, we wish them every success for the future.

Ballincollig Credit Union has over 15,000 members and have great loan offers available. more information can be found on their websiteand on their Facebook page 

Pinta appointed by two large Credit Unions

Pinta have successfully been selected by two large credit unions in Tipperary & Cork to assist with HR Support projects.

The Credit Union

Artane School of Music commences strategic planning process

Artane School of Music and Band has engaged Pinta to assist them in delivering their Strategic Plan for the next three years.

The Artane School of Music has 254 students who participate in a range of musical activities is located in the north side of Dublin City. (more…)

Pinta agrees Strategic Plan Development with Bord na Mona

Pinta and Bord na Móna join forces once again to develop a corporate strategy for Bord an Mona group in March 2013.

Just as Ireland’s needs and priorities have changed over 75 years, so too have those of Bord na Móna. The core business has expanded beyond the harvesting of peat. (more…)