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A Galway business group Tribes is celebrating five years of successful networking in the city.
The Mayo Chapter of BNI (Business Networking International) Castlebar is this week celebrating the 12th anniversary of its successful networking group.
Five Balla secondary school transition year mini companies were scrutinised and given valuable business advice by the members of St Colman’s BNI chapter at their meeting in the school this week.
Members of the St Colmans Business Network International Chapter, Claremorris, had cause to celebrate recently after they were recognised as being among the top BNI chapters in Ireland. The group of local business people were announced as the most improved BNI chapter in Ireland south and west, and were also awarded first place in Ireland west in a European wide competition which focused on “Doing the basics brilliantly”, a word of mouth marketing programme which ran throughout the summer months.
Mayo businesswoman Lynda Foley of the Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar, Co Mayo, has beaten off stiff competition to win the national Employee Award at the Network Ireland Conference Awards held in Galway over the weekend.
The Network Ireland Annual conference and business awards 2010 will be hosted by Network Galway on October 8 next and this year’s theme is “Believers are Achievers” in aid of the charity MS Ireland.