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Westmeath female entrepreneurs are encouraging others from the county to join the latest cycle of ACORNS - a highly-successful development initiative to support early-stage female entrepreneurs living in rural Ireland.
Galway entrepreneurs and start-ups are being urged to apply for funding to provide an innovative product or service aimed at international markets.
A total of €10 million in government funding is being made available to help enterprises and SMEs to overcome challenges associated with Brexit and Covid-19, as well as supporting digitisation and the transition to a green economy.
Ivan McPhillips, GMIT Business School lecturer, and co-founder of the GMIT Youth Entrepreneur Summer Camp, has won the 2021 Enterprise Ireland Academic Award in recognition of his involvement in and the promotion of the annual Student Entrepreneur Awards competition since 1997.
The Galway City Council will re-issue the list of services and benefits that are currently available for businesses.
Tomorrow, Friday, April 30, is the last day to apply for the next EMPOWER GROWTH, the women’s entrepreneurship programme, which is run by the GMIT iHubs.
Empower, the women’s entrepreneurship programme, is now accepting applications for the next Empower Growth programme.
Social Entrepreneurs Ireland (SEI) is making €50,000 seed funding available through its Ideas Academy - to individuals who have an innovative idea to solve a particular social problem and who are looking to take the first steps from idea to action. A further €100,000 will be awarded through its Impact Programme.
Local Independent Councillor, Jamie Moran, has expressed his anger and frustration with the large volume of waste materials which was illegally dumped on the road behind the ESB at Garrycastle in recent times.
Businesses across County Westmeath are being invited to participate in an exciting programme of virtual events to mark Local Enterprise Week 2021.