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The Western Development Commission is urging people involved in the creative industries who are in need of finance to apply for the latest tranche of funding available under its micro-loan scheme.
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The Western Development Commission has launched a call for applications under its micro-loan fund for creative industries.
The Western Development Commission (WDC) has launched its fifth call for funding applicants under its Micro-Loan Fund for Creative Industries. The fund has already had four very successful calls and has disbursed €160,000 to creative businesses in the western region and looks forward to increasing its disbursals into 2014.
The AIB Seed Capital Fund, co-managed by Enterprise Equity Venture Capital, and the Western Investment Fund, managed by the Western Development Commission, has completed an equity investment in Galway based medical device company Syncrophi Systems Ltd.
The Western Development Commission (WDC) has launched its second call for funding applicants under its Micro Loan Fund for Creative Industries. Following a very successful first call in June of last year, the fund has already disbursed €120,000 to creative businesses in the Western Region and looks forward to increasing its disbursals over 2013.
Minister for Small Business, John Perry, has met with a delegation representing the Western Development Commission (WDC). The Minister met with WDC chair, Helena Rochford Brennan; Ian Brannigan, acting CEO and development manager WDC; Gillian Buckley, investment manager WDC, Jackie Maguire, county manager of Leitrim County Council; and Cllr Mary Hoade to discuss the economic and social development of the Western Region.
LookWest.ie, the Western Development Commission’s (WDC) online guide to living, working, and doing business in Ireland’s western region, has been shortlisted for a Dot ie Net Visionary Award in the Best Use of Social Media category.
Innovative research commissioned by the Western Development Commission and carried out by researchers at NUI, Galway has highlighted the potential for a doubling of the workforce employed in the creative sector over the next 10 years.
An online initiative by Mayo County Council with the Western Development Commission (WDC) will see millions of people in the global Mayo family get connected through an innovative and exciting online project, www.mayo.ie. The new website launched by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, at The Museum of Country Life on Friday last, will bring together a wide range of information on all aspects of Mayo from business and social interaction to genealogy and local history.