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The search to find Westmeath’s ‘Best Young Entrepreneur’ for 2019 has formally commenced with an investment fund of €50,000 to share between the winners of the ‘Best Business Idea’, ‘Best Start-Up’ and ‘Best Established Business’ categories.
Commenting on recent Central Bank figures indicating a growth in net lending for mortgages, Brokers Ireland said such figures indicate the state of banking rather than charting what is actually happening with consumers.
Young entrepreneurs in Mayo are being encouraged to enter Ireland's Best Young Entrepreneur 2019 competition, which has just been launched - as they stand as good a chance as anyone to win.
Local Enterprise Office Galway is this week launching the Galway stage of the Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur programme for 2019.
As we start a new year full of opportunity, expert goal setters have revealed their top five tips to achieving life goals in 2019.
Commenting on the recent CSO Residential Property Price Index, IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, said it is showing “a mixed, if unsurprising picture in the year to October” with a slight drop outside Dublin overall, yet a 21.5 percent increase in the Mid-West and a small increase in Dublin of 0.5 percent
Independent Councillor, Paul Hogan, slammed Westmeath County Council’s differential rent review during the local authority’s monthly meeting in Athlone.
As the residential sales team in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard approach the end of another successful year, they are wrapping up the last few sales with less than two weeks of the year to go. Kyle O’Brien and the residential sales division have had another very promising and positive year, listing and selling more than 100 properties across Galway city and county. With 89 per cent of these properties achieving in excess of their initial asking price, they continue to show why they are among the leading agents in the west of Ireland.
The end of the year gives us time to reflect and to take stock of what we have done. It is also a time when the pace of work slows and we spend time with family and friends, share gifts and indulge. The picture of warm hearth and a decorated tree comes into the minds eye. This, or some similar variation, is how it ought to be for all.
Retail Ireland, the Ibec group that represents the sector, has published its Christmas Retail Monitor 2018 that predicts the Irish household will spend an average of €2,690 in shops this December, approximately €866 more than any other month of this year and roughly three percent more than Christmas 2017.