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Accelerator programme a must for Westmeath food and drink start-ups

Food Works, the collaborative tri-agency initiative run by Bord Bia, Enterprise Ireland and Teagasc, is looking for high potential, innovative and export driven food and drink start-ups from Westmeath to join their next accelerator programme.

Avail of essential advice at series of virtual events are hosting a series of virtual recruitment events over the next few months.

Womens’ entrepreneurship EMPOWER programme is now open for application

EMPOWER, the women’s entrepreneurship programme, which is run by the GMIT iHubs, is now accepting applications for the next EMPOWER START programme.

Peter McVerry Trust plans to deliver social housing units in Midlands

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Peter McVerry Trust, the national housing and homeless charity, has launched a new five-year strategic plan which will see the charity deliver new social housing units in the Midlands regiond before the end of 2025.

Athlone Credit Union launches Junior Savers Week initiative

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Athlone Credit Union is encouraging children in Athlone to start saving with their local credit union following the launch of Junior Savers Week to take place from September 20-26.

Funding received to replace existing public bins

Volvo expands all-electric XC40 Recharge line-up

Volvo Cars has unveiled a single electric motor variant of its pure electric Volvo XC40 Recharge compact SUV.

Maxus shows off pure electric van range

For the first time, the CV Show in Birmingham showcased an all-electric LCV stand as Maxus delivered an electric experience in England last week, featuring the new platform eDeliver3 and the larger eDeliver9 vans.

Virtual hammer ready for September and October

The Connacht Property Auction is due to offer a wide selection of properties at its upcoming online auctions on September 16 and October 21.

Hospitality spend up again

The AIB Spend Trend features one of the most comprehensive and accurate data sets on consumer spending in Ireland. Data was compiled from AIB debit and credit card spending from just under 55 million transactions between August 1 and 31. To account for the difference in the number of days in each month the AIB Spend Trend looks at average daily spend instead of total monthly spend, providing an accurate reflection of consumer spending habits.


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