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Ireland’s largest manufacturing supply chain conference and trade exhibition - Manufacturing Solutions 2018 - has just gotten bigger, with this year’s event estimated to be worth in excess of €170,000 to the local hospitality sector.
Progress on the new STEM building at GMIT is a boost for the plans to establish a new technological university in the West of Ireland, according to Minister Sean Kyne.
Power & Associates, a leading independent commercial property consultant, has just announced significant changes within its organisation. Power & Associates has rebranded as Power Property commercial and residential property consultants, chartered valuation surveyors, and estate agents.
The owner of the Castletroy Park Hotel Limerick, Pat McDonagh, has announced a significant expansion plan for the Limerick Hotel. The plan includes increasing the size of the hotel by almost 50 cent above its existing 107 bedrooms and executive suites, a new state of the art fitness and leisure facility and a corporate business hub. The plans were launched this week by Mr McDonagh at an investment and jobs announcement attended by the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, TD.
Two programmes on CRCfm have been honoured with awards at a special Craol National Community radio event in Dublin. Katie’s Hitmix received a distinction award for the promotion of young local musicians. The programme, presented by Katie Hughes from Attymass, a second year student of video and sound technology at Limerick Institute of Technology, is broadcast every Saturday afternoon from 4 to 6pm on the Castlebar based radio station. In their remarks, the adjudicators said the programme ably showcases the wealth of young musical talent in Mayo, promoting the best of the local music scene.
I AM SOLD Property Auctions, which operates The Connacht Property Auction, The Munster Property Auction, and The Leinster Property Auction, has announced the appointment of Claire Moran as regional sales manager for the Connacht region.
The new president of GMIT, 41-year-old Dr Fergal Barry will start a five-year term in the role in October, bringing with him a wealth of experience in securing funding for international research projects.