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Two hundred attend Taking Care of Business event in Galway

Around 200 small business owners and managers attended a one-stop-shop event for SMEs, Taking Care of Business, held in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway, on Tuesday.

Enterprise training programme for start-up and developing businesses

An innovative, practical based enterprise training and mentoring programme for people who plan to start up their own businesses or develop their existing one is to commence in the GMIT Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) in Castlebar in October following the success of the two previous programmes. South West Mayo Development Company will be providing support with the development of the programme.

Twelve entrepreneurs complete training at GMIT innovation centre

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A dog grooming kennel, a website for purchasing materials for moving home, bespoke furniture pieces, a health management course, motorhome rentals, jewellery courses, Irish mythology products, new energy saving products, and a web portal for craft suppliers.

New €1m student support website launched at NUI Galway

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A new €1 million student website which provides information, help, support and advice on mental health and wellbeing issues was officially launched at NUI Galway by RTÉ television and radio personality, Ryan Tubridy, earlier this week.

NUIG and Stagecoach to develop new interactive and educational TV website

NUI Galway and Stagecoach Theatre Arts schools will be working together on a new interactive and educational TV website to go live next year.

Get online and embrace the web, City Council tells Galway businesses

Galway businesses should get online and embrace all that the web has to offer, the City Council announced last week at the launch of the new Galway business website www.eGalway.Biz.

Working towards economic recovery

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For many people in Ireland and around the world, 2009 was a pretty bad year, filled with financial turmoil and uncertainty. But while many people worried themselves sick, some, like Tom Hayes, looked to see where the seeds of recovery lay. In April 2009, Tom founded TalentTank.ie; a web portal which offers a completely new model for the process of recruitment in Ireland, and which continues to prosper as the grip of the recession begins to ease.

Working towards economic recovery

For many people in Ireland and around the world, 2009 was a pretty bad year, filled with financial turmoil and uncertainty. But while many people worried themselves sick, some, like Tom Hayes, looked to see where the seeds of recovery lay. In April 2009, Tom founded TalentTank.ie; a web portal which offers a completely new model for the process of recruitment in Ireland, and which continues to prosper as the grip of the recession begins to ease.

 

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