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If you have an innovative idea and plan to establish your own company, or you are already at an early stage of development, the New Frontiers Programme can provide you with funding, help and support to develop your new business.
Getting married is special. But having your wedding abroad seems to add that little bit of magic to the marital bliss.
At Sli Nua Careers, we host quite a few people of various ages on work placement – 40-somethings on back-to-work courses, young adults in college, and Transition Year (TY) teenagers. It is always interesting to see how different people approach these placements, writes Liam Horan, Career Coach, Sli Nua Careers.
The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year (EOY) 2018 programme has opened for nominations.
Billions of euros have been spent on diesel and petrol technologies to extend their competitive sales life.
The New Year reinforces the notion of trying out new things, wellness, and fitness goals. But have you ever thought about professional development as a New Year's resolution.
Now in its 21st Year, the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year (EOY) 2018 programme has officially opened for nominations from Galway. The theme of this year’s programme is “Ambition” and all sectors and businesses of all sizes are invited to submit their nominations until 16 February. The 24 finalists for 2018 will be announced on 23 April.
Senior cycle and pre-senior cycle students, and their families, are invited to attend the second annual Claremorris Career Day 2018, which takes place in the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris, on Saturday, January 20 (11am to 2pm).
EY has announced its sponsorship of TechInnovate, an entrepreneurship development fellowship at NUI Galway. During the 10-month programme, teams of three entrepreneurs will identify real customer issues and develop innovative solutions to address these issues.
For employers, the stakes are high too. You think it is a disaster if you do not get the job. However, another interview is likely to come along. The employer who hires the wrong person may well have a world of trouble ahead of them.