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A radical initiative is underway to boost tourism, increase revenues, and enhance community spirit to make Athlone as successful a destination as Westport, Co Mayo.
The Restaurant Association of Ireland launched their ‘Keep VAT at 9%’ campaign in Sirocco’s Restaurant in Tullamore last week.
Athlone Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours event took place last week in Athlone Towncentre. Albert Fitzgerald, MD of Midlands 103, hosted the event in conjunction with Athlone Towncentre.
Despite the forewarning last month that telecom giant Ericsson was to seek 100 redundancies at its Blyry plant, it is understood that just over half of these have been voluntary, and the remaining 45 given mandatory notice this week.
Midlands Simon Community and Athlone Chamber of Commerce are holding a fundraising Night at the Races in the Shamrock Lodge Hotel on Thursday October 4. The free event promises to be a fantastic night for both seasoned punters and those who just fancy a flutter.
A new art project is to launch this evening, Friday August 18, in Athlone, in the form of the Making Space Studios.
The successful launch of idea2enterprise took place in Athlone yesterday [Thursday] with a tremendous groundswell of positivity and enthusiasm for businesses start-ups and new commercial ideas. The event was attended by members of the local business community, staff and board members of Westmeath Community Development, public representatives, and members of Athlone Chamber of Commerce. Skills of attendees varied widely, from craft industry to technology.
Athlone Chamber of Commerce has criticised the planning process in relation to the proposed Chinatown development this week, despite it getting planning permission in just seven months.
In spite of a major campaign by Athlone Chamber of Commerce to persuade the council to reduce commercial rates by 5 per cent, and a late call from Cllr Sheila Buckley Byrne to consider a 2 per cent rate reduction, councillors voted against a change in rates at Wednesday’s Athlone Town Council budget meeting.
Athlone businesspeople fear the council may ‘kill the goose that lays the golden egg’ which funds the town if there is no commercial rate reduction at Wednesday’s budget meeting.