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The Mayo Local Enterprise Office, in conjunction with Moy Valley Resources IRD and Junior Chambers International, Mayo, recently organised a Business Boot-Camp for second level students in Ballina. The four day boot-camp was designed to inform and educate students in a light hearted, fun, and realistic way on the ups and downs of creating a business enterprise.
Ireland is famous all over the world for its one hundred thousand welcomes (éad íle áilte) and now JCI Mayo is on the hunt for Mayo’s Friendliest Business.
Mayo business owners are celebrating the generation of €2.5 million worth of business thanks to effective networking. The Mayo BNI group, which is made up of 14 local business people, work together not only to build their own businesses but also the local economy. The networking group supports more than 65 jobs locally, with this set to grow in the coming months with new business wins among members.
Should I have a website for my business? What is my website's job? How do I plan my website? Why is the design of my website important? These are the types of questions every business owner should be considering if planning to grow his/her business online.
The opening round of games of this year’s Shay Murtagh Precast Westmeath senior football club championship took place last weekend and there were plenty of talking points not least of which was Tyrrellspass’ draw with beaten all-Ireland finalists Garrycastle.
Local businesses came together recently in The Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar, for a special networking and visitors information event held by Castlebar BNI business referral organisation.