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Local businesswomen invited to take part in National Women’s Enterprise Day

Local Enterprise Office Galway is encouraging more women to go from ‘local to global’ with their businesses by helping to organise events around the country, with over 1,000 female entrepreneurs expected.

Minister turns sod on commencement of GMIT iHub extension work

The Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys, TD, last week turned the first sod on the site of the new extension to GMIT’s Innovation Hub (iHub) at the GMIT Galway campus.

The Smith's Super Valu Monksland bakery team

 

Glasson farmers to the fore at Lakeland Dairies milk quality awards event

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Two Glasson farmers were rewarded for their prowess at the Lakeland Dairies Milk Quality awards. Conor and John Spollen’s achievements in the dairy sector were rewarded in the ‘New Entrants to Dairy Farming’ category as they claimed the top award in acknowledgement of the exceptional quality of milk they regularly produce.

Some two hundred Galway jobs created by Local Enterprise Office in 2017

Enterprise Ireland has released the results of its 2017 Annual Employment Survey. Nationally, results show that there are now 37,485 people, employed by 7,182 small businesses and start-ups, which have received support from their Local Enterprise Offices. LEO Galway worked with 254 clients in 2017 and created a total of 192 gross and 95 net new jobs.

Mayo startups called on to enter National Startup Awards

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Two Mayo-based startups were shortlisted in 2017 with one company walking away with gold

Funding boost for Moate Performing Arts Club

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Fine Gael Deputy for Longford-Westmeath, Peter Burke announced this week that Moate Performing Arts Club is receive a €16,500 funding boost.

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City financial adviser Hannah Kiely to head up Galway 2020 team

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Galway 2020 has announced the appointment of local business leader Hannah Kiely to the position of Chief Executive Officer of the company tasked with delivering Galway’s European Capital of Culture in 2020. As CEO of Galway 2020, Hannah will be responsible for leading the Executive Team working closely with the new Galway 2020 Board of Directors to deliver the ambitious programme and vision before and during European Capital of Culture in 2020, as well as ensuring that a strong and lasting legacy follows to benefit the city, county and wider region.

Major funding announced for heritage projects

Heritage projects in Westmeath are to benefit from €112,410 in funding by way of the Structures at Risk Fund & the Built Heritage Investment Scheme.

 

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