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Two Galway teenagers teenage athlete and an innovative teenage entrepreneur from Galway are in the driving seat to win a place on this year’s Nissan Generation Next ambassador programme.
A new venture, based in Oranmore that uses a drone to take the most amazing images from the sky, is also using the technology to help out with local missing person searches. FlyCapture has volunteered its services to provide assistance to the newly established Oranmore Maree Coastal Search Unit (OMCSU) which has been co-ordinating and running searches for missing people in recent weeks.
Kinvara Skincare is a home-grown natural skincare brand which has been steadily gaining a cult following since it was founded in the place where it gets its name by Dr Joanne Reilly in 2012. The brand combines the healing power of plants with a scientific approach, which has certainly proved a hit with customers and Kinvara Skincare products are now stocked in more than 320 pharmacies and health shops nationwide.
The inspirational Ramona Pierson as one of the keynote speakers at this year’s AtlanTec Festival ’16, organised by ITAg. Ms Pierson will be speaking at the AtlanTec conference which is a core part of this year’s festival.
3D food printing, want to see it in action? Then get your tickets fast for Ireland’s very first #FoodTech Startup Weekend! Tickets are €45 with students and unwaged getting 50 per cent off!
Following a successful trial in 2015, Leaves PastaMagic is hitting shelves across Ireland. This Irish company’s world first range of flavoured pasta is made with only two ingredients — buckwheat and chickpea.
Galway-led business ‘Zip-Lines Ireland’ has taken to Kickstarter to give its business a boost into the direction of manufacturing. Zip-Lines Ireland which is run by Galway-based entrepreneur Jade Goodfellow is looking for funding to invest in the business to get its own branded Garden Zip-Lines up and running.
Within the next two weeks, Galway will have three new councillors, with co-options on to the Galway city and county councils to take place following the election to the Dáil of councillors Catherine Connolly, Sean Canney, and Anne Rabbitte.
Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Jobs and TD for Mayo Dara Calleary says Labour’s claim that it will create full employment by 2018 is completely at odds with the Government’s own projections and represents another u-turn on the issue by one of the coalition partners.
It is a general misconception that successful people do everything right and have experienced nothing but success along the way.