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Self-employed personnel within Athlone and its environs should apply for the newly-revamped Enterprise Support Grant to help them on their aspirational return to economic viability, Longford-Westmeath Fine Gael Minister of State, Peter Burke, has stated.
Business women will share their successful start-up experiences in a special webinar hosted by GMIT.
It has been revealed that an allocation of €75,000 has been made available for a concept and feasibility study on the Quiet Man Greenway between Athenry and Milltown.
Galway’s newest human resources and recruitment consultancy, GHR Consulting, was founded by Salthill native Ruairi Guckian.
“A vibrant, profitable SME sector is not only essential for the financial health of the State and the Exchequer, but it is also the basis upon which our trade association survives. ISME desperately hopes that the July Stimulus package announced last week will succeed, but we fear it will not be enough” - the words of ISME CEO, Neil McDonnell, following the Government’s announcement of the July stimulus package in recent times.
Raising a pertinent motion during the monthly meeting of the Athlone-Moate Municipal District, Fianna Fáil Councillor, Vincent McCormack, called upon the local authority executive to establish a subcommittee comprising of relevant Council Officials, members and representatives from the PPN to implement measures aimed at reducing instances of illegal dumping and fly-tipping across the District.
A semblance of retail normality pervaded at Athlone Town Centre on Monday morning last as customers graced the popular pristine malls, many for the initial time, following the decision taken by the Government to amend the Roadmap to Recovery for Businesses and Society and allow enclosed shopping facilities to reopen enabling a boost to the local economy.
Longford/Westmeath Fine Gael Deputy, Peter Burke, has urged local retail businesses to apply for newly available funding to support them with the enhancement of their digital capability.
While affording cautious welcome to the raft of business support measures announced by the Government to aid the posy-COVID-19 economic recovery, local businessman and prominent Fianna Fáil Councillor, Aengus O’Rourke, noting the detrimental impact of the virus from a professional perspective, stated the mechanisms introduced are not sufficient.
The pain and uncertainty of the impact of the Coronavirus on small business owners is staggering and likely to be substantial. For small business owners the situation is an unmitigated disaster. In fact, it couldn’t be worse. No currency crisis, Gulf war, oil shortage, terrorist attack or banking collapse would come close to the impact this virus is having on our economy - but in particular on our SME sector. And, to think we spent three years preparing for the “enormous, incalculable impact” that would result from Britain’s exit from the EU — a breeze compared to this business wipe-out tsunami.