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Enterprise Ireland’s ‘Get Export Ready’ event was held in the west recently with 30 attendees. The event is designed as a master class for potential new exporters on how to internationalise their business from an Irish base. “Indigenous Irish exports are growing year on year and our priority is to build on this momentum, getting more and more Irish companies into exporting and winning new business,” said Barry Egan, director – West Region at Enterprise Ireland.
A series of seminars aimed at helping small businesses to access finance will begin next month.
The launch of the Take Action Business competition takes place at 11.30am on Wednesday November 6 at Beechtree Enterprise Centre, Weir Road,Tuam.
There has been €3.3 million approved to support Galway companies this year, according to Enterprise Ireland which insists that companies in the county are robust and are growing.
Two leading Irish entrepreneurs, Niall Harbison of Simply Zesty and Seamus McCann of Astec Global, are to address the annual GMIT Spirit of Entrepreneurship seminar in the GMIT Mayo campus on Monday September 16, as part of Mayo Ideas Week.
Five leading Galway-based companies scooped awards at the Connacht provincial final of the Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards. Three other businesses from across Connacht were also selected as winners at the awards ceremony, which took place at The Clayton Hotel.
Enterprise Ireland’s recent ‘Get Export Ready’ workshop held in Castlebar attracted 50 individuals from almost 40 companies throughout the west region to hear about the Enterprise Ireland programme of supports aimed at getting more Irish companies exporting. The workshop was aimed at pre-export and early stage exporting companies, and existing businesses seeking to explore new opportunities in export markets.
The Minister for Small Business, John Perry TD, has unveiled the 13 successful winners of Enterprise Ireland’s €200,000 Competitive Feasibility Fund aimed at stimulating start-ups and creating jobs in the west region.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny has launched the new Enterprise Ireland €200,000 Competitive Feasibility Fund for the west region. This fund, which can provide up to €25,000 per project, is aimed at boosting start ups and creating jobs and growth in the west. It is now open for applications from entrepreneurs in counties Galway, Mayo and Roscommon, and will remain open until Wednesday October 17.
Over 600 potential entrepreneurs, existing businesses, and industry experts attended the unique one day Start and Grow Enterprise Expo in Tullamore last Friday November 18. The expo took place at the Tullamore Court Hotel where a host of seminars, talks, business support exhibitors, mentoring opportunities, and a unique ideas zone gave visitors all the information they needed, under one roof, to start, develop, and grow their business.