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People of the Tribes : Meet Dayana

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Ireland's first premium Fitness box created in Galway - New3Fit™

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A Brand new start up business set up by Galway native female entrepreneur and ex-international Irish athlete Debbie O 'Reilly. This is Ireland's first eagerly awaited premium health, fitness and nutrition subscription box.  The New3Fit™ box contains 8-10 full sized Irish products with a retail value of €65. A perfect teammate to kick start your summer or an ideal gift for a friend. Subscription is optional so this is the perfect opportunity to trial our product.

Galway-based entrepreneur’s company named second fastest growing company in Ireland

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Maximum Media, digital publishing company, founded by Galway-based entrepreneur Niall NcGarry, was yesterday announced as one of the fastest growing companies in Europe, by the Financial Times. The publication released its annual report on ‘Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies’, which included nine Irish businesses.

Galway-based entrepreneur’s company named second fastest growing company in Ireland

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Maximum Media, digital publishing company, founded by Galway-based entrepreneur Niall NcGarry, was yesterday announced as one of the fastest growing companies in Europe, by the Financial Times. The publication released its annual report on ‘Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies’, which included nine Irish businesses.

Take the first steps to business success with career coach Pádraig O’Connor

It is a general misconception that successful people do everything right and have experienced nothing but success along the way.

Dublin in twelve hours, and that is a promise

Through the years of kingdom, empire, dominion, republic and continental union, County Mayo has retained the rarely advantageous honour of being among the most westerly outposts of each political entity. The county's distance from the heart of government and its demanding terrain seriously hampered any mode of movement, in and out of Mayo. At the passing of the Acts of Union in 1800, the Crown accepted that responding to sporadic violent opposition to the legislation would be difficult considering a regiment on foot would take six days to travel from Dublin to the west. Correspondence between the British authorities in Dublin and their surrogates in Mayo would therefore be all the more urgent. However, at this time, it took the swift mail coach, running through the night, more than 30 hours to reach the county capital. Logistical challenges existed too for the movement of produce and for travelling men of business. Any coach journey covering 60 miles a day was considered efficient. To reach even Mayo's eastern border by coach from Dublin would have taken two days with good conditions. Land transport, at the turn of the 19th century, was undependable and slow. As a result, long distance travel on the part of most people was simply not undertaken due the many obstacles it raised. 

Portwest acquires major Australian workwear business in €7.5 million deal

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Leading Westport based clothing and personal protective equipment (PPE) manufacturer Portwest Limited has acquired Melbourne company Prime Mover Workwear for a sum in excess of €7.5 million. This is a significant step in Portwest’s strategic geographical expansion across the globe and similar acquisitions in other areas are anticipated. Owned by brothers Cathal, Harry and Owen Hughes, Portwest confidently expect turnover to reach €350 million by 2020, consolidating its position as the fastest growing workwear company in the world.

Business information morning at Sheraton Athlone Hotel

Local Enterprise Office Westmeath is hosting an information morning on Thursday, March 9, in the Sheraton Hotel for people already in business and those thinking of starting up a business.

He bangs the drums

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He is only 25, and already he has recorded five albums and two EPs, with five different bands; established himself as one of the busiest and hardest working musicians in Galway city; and in the last 12 months set up his own business, creating customised drumkits.

EY Entrepreneur of the Year is looking for Mayo entrants

Now in its 20th year, the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year2017 programme is officially open for nominations. The theme of this year’s programme is “Leading Through Change” and all sectors and businesses of all sizes are invited to submit their nominations up until February 22. The 24 finalists for 2017 will be announced on April 27.

 

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