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Final call for Mayo female entrepreneurs to apply for fully funded ACORNS programme aimed at early stage rural based entrepreneurs

This Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine and CEDRA funded programme will see up to 50 start-up female-led businesses mentored by successful and experienced entrepreneurs to develop and advance their enterprises. Applications are being sought for a new fully funded programme aimed at providing early stage Mayo based, female entrepreneurs with the knowledge, support and networking opportunities to advance the development of their businesses. Entitled ACORNS (Accelerating the Creation Of Rural Nascent Start-ups) - the programme is focused on unleashing the potential of female entrepreneurs living in rural Ireland who have recently started a business or who have taken concrete steps towards setting up a business.

Final call for Mayo businesses to enter 2015 Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards

Small to Medium enterprises (SMEs) across all sectors in Mayo have until Friday, September 25 to enter the 2015 Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards. The awards have already attracted a large number of entries from across the country. The 2015 Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards are Ireland’s longest running award scheme for SMEs and over the years have recognised and supported the potential of many now high-profile businesses and entrepreneurs.  

Learn payroll with GPA Solutions

GPA Solutions is delivering its successful QQI level 5 and 6 payroll awards this autumn. These awards will provide learners with a working knowledge of the Irish payroll system and provide a valuable qualification to add to your CV.

Employment Law Course at Western Management Centre

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Western Management Centre is starting the next evening employment law course at the end of September. The course is designed to enable participants gain an in-depth understanding of the legislative environment in which a business must operate and survive.

Cash no longer king here - for motorists too

Motoring solutions specialists’ easytrip has revealed that four out of five Irish consumers now pay for daily activities via debit card. Respondents cited that their weekly food shop (88 per cent), going to the gym (60) and paying for children’s after school activities (41) are all paid for via debit card and/or through online banking methods. 

Suzuki’s new Baleno compact hatchback breaks cover

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The new Suzuki Baleno made its world premiere at the 66th IAA Frankfurt Motor Show this week. 

One in ten drivers have run out of fuel while driving

Sixty-three per cent  of road users will call on a family member if they run out of fuel on the road, according to a new survey. 

Ireland’s favourite van turns 50

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The Ford Transit, consistently Ireland’s best-selling van, has  celebrated its 50th birthday.

Ten years of design and style at Design House Barna

Design House Barna, tonight marks a decade of styling and dressing women from the west and all over Ireland.

Leading entrepreneurs to address GMIT’s Spirit of Entrepreneurship event

Entrepreneurs and business people from the west region will gather at GMIT Mayo in Castlebar on Tuesday, 29 September, to participate in the ninth annual Spirit of Entrepreneurship evening hosted by the Innovation Hub (iHub), formerly known as the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC).

 

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