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Enterprise Ireland’s ‘Get Export Ready’ event was held in the west recently with 30 attendees. The event is designed as a master class for potential new exporters on how to internationalise their business from an Irish base. “Indigenous Irish exports are growing year on year and our priority is to build on this momentum, getting more and more Irish companies into exporting and winning new business,” said Barry Egan, director – West Region at Enterprise Ireland.
IMPROVISATION IS a key element of jazz. Miles Davis might lay out a chord chart and the others may have only that basic sketch to build a piece of music from - the rest must come from their skill, knowledge, feel, imagination, and soul.
Some 200 pupils from 11 primary schools across Mayo have spent the past 12 weeks getting to grips with the world of business and honing their entrepreneurial skills.
Irish HomeCare, the independent, Irish, family-run home care providers are currently recruiting for care assistants across the county. The company has positions available for carers in the Athlone, Moate, Tyrellspass, Rocksfordbridge, Milltownpass, Kinnegad, Castletowngeoghan, Streamstown, Delven, Clonmellon, and Rathowen areas.
Professional carer Mary Quinn, from Ballymahon, has been named as Irish HomeCare’s ‘Carer of the Month’ for September 2013. Mary received the accolade for her dedication and passion in providing the best possible quality support to those in her care.
Irish HomeCare, which employs over 70 carers in counties Westmeath and Longford, has been awarded a level two Q Mark by Excellence Ireland Quality Association - guardians of the Q Mark. The organisation received the accolade for its quality management systems, improving on the level one award it earned last year.
Grovelands Childcare has been awarded the highest possible award from the Síolta Quality Assurance Programme, the national quality framework for Early Childhood Care and Education organisations. The multi-award winning Grovelands Childcare was awarded the highest ranking (Level 4) for its facility in Corran Riada, Monksland in Athlone. The award recognises excellence in quality of care and education across 16 standards set by Síolta which include the environment, play, curriculum, health and welfare, community involvement, and identity and belonging.
Galway businesswomen are being asked to take part in the latest cycle of Going for Growth - a programme aimed at helping ambitious Irish female entrepreneurs develop their businesses.
A Galway-based sales outsource firm has been defying the recession with plans in place to expand and more than double its size over the next three months resulting in the creation of 65 new positions nationwide.
Locally based distributor, CMS Peripherals, which has its head Irish office in Kiltimagh — and its managing director is from Mayo — has become the largest independent data storage distributor in the UK and Ireland after its acquisition of CCI Distribution, a storage distributor based in Harrogate, north Yorkshire. Following the acquisition, CMS Peripheral’s annual revenue is forecast at €145 million.