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The Minister for Business and Employment Ged Nash TD this week announced changes to the Credit Guarantee Scheme which will assist more small and medium sized enterprises (SME) to get loan finance.
The Irish Times and AIB are calling out to all entrepreneurs to enter a special start up competition to earn a place in AIB Start Up Academy in association with The Irish Times. Budding entrepreneurs who are successful will benefit from the best expertise and weekly hands on mentoring from the Irish Times and AIB.
O’Donnellan & Joyce has just announced its next auction, which will be held on May 9 in The Harbour Hotel. According to Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce the May auction will be the biggest and is anticipated to be the most successful of the year.
Establishing a new stand-alone bank for farmers is the only solution to the closure of the ACC Bank and the increasing dominance of AIB and Bank of Ireland in the State’s banking sector.
At the beginning of February 2014, the Single European Payments Area, a payment integration initiative of the European Union, will be in full operation. The aim of the project is to improve the efficiency of cross border payments and to turn the many national clearing systems into a single payment area.
Seventy-two community based food-growing projects, including voluntary groups, residents associations, schools, and hospitals are to benefit from grants of up to €5,000 from the GIY (Grow It Yourself) Get Ireland Growing Fund, in partnership with AIB. Four community food projects in Mayo received funding including Ballyhaunis Community Garden.
ON THE night of September 29 2008, the then Taoiseach Brian Cowen and minister for finance Brain Lenihan decided to guarantee Ireland’s banks – to the tune of €440 billion.
O’Donnellan & Joyce will hold its first property auction of the year on Friday March 15 in the new venue of the Harbour Hotel on the docks, commencing at 3pm.
Businesses around Galway are to continue to benefit from coaching sessions offered by AIB. The second phase of the business coaching sessions will kick-off this month (November) and will run until February 2013. Feedback from customers involved in the programme has been very positive.
A receiver has been appointed to Greenstar, which operates the massive landfill site at Kilconnell near Ballinasloe with a staff of approximately 15.