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SME seminar to highlight innovation supports and services

Enterprise Europe Network are launching their Directory for Innovation Supports and Services available to all Small and Medium Enterprises in Ireland at a seminar to be held in Galway on Wednesday April 18 next.

Business ambassadors reap rewards

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Local companies Éire Composites Teo, Ri Na Mara, JFC, and EasyFix have been recognised as InterTradeIreland Business Ambassadors for Galway.

Loughrea-based psychometric company leads the way to innovation success

Loughrea company Cut-e has been announced as a finalist in the `Organisational Systems and Processes’ category of The Irish Times InterTradeIreland All-island Innovation Awards.

Loughrea-based psychometric company leads the way to innovation success

Loughrea company Cut-e has been announced as a finalist in the `Organisational Systems and Processes’ category of The Irish Times InterTradeIreland All-island Innovation Awards.

Kilkenny nurseries are finalists in national Innovation Awards

A Kilkenny company has been announced as a finalist in the Irish Times and InterTradeIreland shortlist of companies who will compete for the ‘Innovation of the Year’ title at the All-island Innovation Awards 2011 to be held on March 2, in Dublin.

Good results for GMIT Innovation in Business Centre as forty jobs created

More than forty jobs have been created in the west region since the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at GMIT Castlebar opened its doors four years ago (2006). The IiBC is now approximately 90 per cent occupied and continues to actively collaborate on numerous local and regional initiatives aimed at generating interest in entrepreneurship and innovation.

Integrated approach to economic development in the west vital, says WDC

An integrated approach to economic development in the west is vital if the region is to reach its potential, that is according to acting CEO of Western Development Commission (WDC) Gillian Buckley.

€25,000 prize for food innovation competition

Small or start-up food and drink businesses in Kilkenny could be in with a chance to win a prize worth €25,000 in a new food innovation award.

Geoghegan-Quinn chooses Galway to unveil her i-conomy vision for Europe

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The importance of research and innovation to the recovery of the Irish economy was underlined by new EU Commissioner Maire Geoghegan-Quinn last Friday when she spoke to an audience at NUI Galway in her first public address in Ireland since assuming the post.

Creative economy has considerable potential for the western region – WDCa

Creative enterprises such as digital media, film, art, design and the Irish language have significant potential for future economic development in the western region. That’s according to the Western Development Commission (WDC) who are devising a strategy for the region’s creative economy in conjunction with regional businesses and a high-level industry advisory group.

 

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