October 2022 – Issue 10

Introduction Message

Hello all, our October issue of the SoftTrace Scoop is a not to be missed read! Get the inside scoop on the beginning of our Entering the Eurozone with Enterprise Ireland journey, receiving our Peninsula Certificate of Achievement for commitment to workplace Health, Safety and Welfare.


Happy Halloween!

SoftTrace wishes everyone a Happy Halloween. We hope you enjoyed the festivities and more importantly, stayed safe over the bank holiday weekend.

Company News

SoftTrace were delighted to receive the Peninsula Certificate of Achievement for commitment to workplace Health, Safety and Welfare this month.

This is our third certification achievement this year following our NSAI and IQnet accreditation back in July. Of course, these achievements would not be attainable without the continuous effort and hard work of our team!


Enter The Eurozone

SoftTrace were delighted to commence the Enterprise Ireland – Entering the Eurozone programme at ESMT in Berlin last week.

Lynn Harte and Hannah Barry took part in the Strategic module with 4 days of creative workshops and insightful lectures from Francis de Vericourt, Thomas Ritter and Klaus Hilleke.

We would like to thank Paul Browne of Enterprise Ireland for selecting SoftTrace for this programme as well as IMS’s own Denise Kennedy, Leonie Tansey and our market advisor Karagh Kelly for their help before, during and after our trip.

A special mention to our amazing hosts Nan Guo and Julia Grube of ESMT Berlin for an unforgettable week from start to finish!

Our mascot Tracie also attended the week in Berlin!


Bake Sale in aid of the Midleton Hub

During the month of September, SoftTrace held a bake sale at our offices in Carrigtwohill, with all funds raised going to the Midleton Hub.

The Midleton Hub is raising funds with a target of €100,000 to provide a proper mental health facility for those impacted by suicide and mental health difficulties. During September its founder Bunny O Riordan led a motorcycle run around the 32 counties of Ireland to begin this fundraising drive.

The aim of the fundraising is to provide a community-based centre where people can feel safe, welcome and create connections with others, in a culture of openness, honesty and confidentiality with regard to wellbeing and mental health.


Monthly Moo-Tivation

Quality is not an act; it is a habit


2002 Throwback Headline

Nestle drops milk-buying in the UK

Nestle has dropped its milk buying activities in the UK after the country love affair with condensed and evaporated milk ends.


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