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Three Galway companies have been shortlisted in this year’s Deloitte Best Managed Companies Awards.
Although not playing to their true potential for long periods, Buccaneers showed their character by eking out an 18-13 Ulster Bank League triumph over Ballymena at Eaton Park on Saturday.
TWM expects strong demand for No 32 Newcastle Road, Galway, which it is bringing to the market for sale. This semidetached two storey over basement mixed use investment building is situated within a busy location on the fringe of Galway city centre, immediately opposite University Hospital Galway.
The Irish Exporters Association (IEA) and Ulster Bank held the third in a series of six regional business seminars in the Sheraton Athlone Hotel last week titled ‘The Importance of the Midlands to the Irish Export Industry’.
Buccaneers face a tough opening test when the Ulster Bank League resumes on Saturday with the Midlanders heading north to Ballynahinch for a much-anticipated Division 1B joust at Ballymacarn Park. Buccs are then at home to Shannon on the following Saturday, which is also the Pirates’ family day.
Ulster Bank has announced that it is to host ‘Switching Saturdays’ to help new customers switch their accounts to Ulster Bank. The Ulster Bank current account has just a €4 monthly maintenance fee for customers with no day-to-day transaction fees. The new ‘Switching Saturdays’ service is part of Ulster Bank’s commitment to offer help for what matters to all customers, both new and existing.
Business in the Community Ireland revealed this week that top companies contributed more than €198,000 and 687 volunteer hours to Mayo charities and community groups in 2015. They revealed that 19 companies contributed more than €198,000 to support community groups and organisations in Mayo in addressing key social issues and good causes in 2015.
Michael Moore Mercedes-Benz is preparing for the arrival of the new two-door, open-top C-Class Cabriolet – the first convertible model produced in C–Class form, due to hit the Irish market in September.
Deloitte has today announced the launch of the 2016/2017 Best Managed Companies Awards Programme in association with Barclays Bank Ireland, which has produced over its nine years of existence over 115 winning companies which collectively have revenues of over €10bn, employ more than 47,000 people, and are based in 20 counties across Ireland.