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Galway-based telecoms reseller Alcom Telecommunications has recently launched the iPECS eMG80, one of the latest products from Ericsson-LG - a competitive solution that allows growing businesses to seamlessly expand into the world of IP and Unified Communications.
In his budget day speech, Minister Michael Noonan recognised the significant role played by the farming and agri-food sector in Ireland’s economic recovery. This important sector employs approximately 169,000 people across the country and its produce is one of Ireland’s top 10 exported commodities.
Tony Burke Motors, a family-owned, award winning Toyota dealership in Ballybrit, Galway, has won the Carzone.ie sponsorship for their chosen local sports teams, the Craughwell U8, U10, U12 and U14 GAA teams. The lucky teams recently received the sponsored kit which consists of a set of branded jerseys, a pair of shorts and socks for every player.
In recent times many businesses are relying on debt and credit control to maintain cash flow in their businesses. A working knowledge of a computerised accounts system, such as Sage, will prove beneficial in achieving this task and will also transfer as an employable skill.
There has been some good news on the local jobs front with the anouncement by Galway based IT security company TitanHQ that it is to create ten highly skilled technology jobs over the next year as the company continues to grow internationally.
The chief executive of Mayo County Council, Peter Hynes, said he was "very happy" with the return the council got from its spending on hospitality on council credit cards. The issue was raised by Fine Gael councillor Jarlath Munnelly on Monday, during a discussion on the Local Goverment Audit Services Statutory Audit Report for 2014. Cllr Munnelly pointed out an item in the report compiled by Hugh Neville, an auditor with the Department of the Environment and Local Government, that read: "Expenses paid through credit cards for senior management, including a sample of invoices processed through the expenditure system for hospitality were examined by me in the course of the 2014 audit. While improvements continue to be made, the information supplied in some cases was not detailed enough. Given the poor state of the finances of the council, the level of hospitality and related expenses currently incurred by the council should be capped."
Mayo County Council will be spending €6.5 million in repaying loans due next year, it emerged this week. Independent councillor Michael Kilcoyne questioned the level of spending on loans the council would have to make next year at the October monthly meeting, when the councillors were discussing the Local Government Audit Service Statutory Audit Report for 2014.
Network Mayo has announced that business leader, Robert Grealis will be the guest speaker at its October event – “Starting and growing your SME”. The event takes place in the Plaza Hotel in Westport at 7pm on Tuesday October 27, with registration, networking, and nibbles from 6.30pm. This event is aimed at sharing best practices and key learnings for SMEs based on Grealis' extensive experience across the sector as both an active leader and mentor.
TWM, a commercial property company which was founded in Dublin in 2010 and which opened an office in Dockgate, Galway, in 2014, has been shortlisted as a finalist for Commercial Agency of the Year in the 2015 Irish independent Property Industry Excellence Awards.
Maoilín, Ballymoneen Road, Knocknacarra, Galway city’s first new residential development in seven years, has had a hugely successful launch of its first phase sales.