KBC Galway has launched the inaugural ‘KBC Bright Ideas’ community initiative, a scheme that allows local communities in Galway to source funding for innovative projects.
Bright Ideas offers the opportunity to apply for funding of up to €20,000 for innovative projects looking to transform, improve, or revolutionise their communities through creative ideas. Entries are accepted through an online application form that requires entrants to submit their innovative ideas, explain why the idea would help their community, and describe how the money will be invested.
It makes sense to insure one’s home, car and family against the unexpected, and Hennelly Finance is a financial broker based in Knocknacarra giving independent advice and access to the best products in the market at competitive premiums.
Income protection is designed to provide workers with an alternative income if one suffers any illness or injury preventing a person from earning an income. It helps take care of a person’s financial needs at a time when money worries should be the last thing on their mind as they focus on recovery.
More than 70 MBA students, MBA alumni and business leaders were given a masterclass by Mike Feerick, CEO of ALISON and Ireland Reaching Out.
In this eighth NUI Galway MBA masterclass at the JE Cairnes School of Business and Economics, in association with the MBA Association of Ireland, Western Chapter, Mike Ferrick spoke on the role of disruptive innovation.