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Galway entrepreneurs Chanelle McCoy and Caroline Glynn sat down with the Galway Advertiser to chat about their new antigen and antibody testing kits which can be a game charger in getting the Irish economy back to work
For the uninitiated, cannabidiol or CBD as it is most commonly known, invokes images of individuals chilling out and getting 'high'. However, as Chanelle McCoy highlights, although CBD is derived from the cannabis plant, it does not produce a psychoactive effect, is not addictive, and does not cause a 'high'. The compound which is responsible for these side effects is called Tetrahydrocannabinol or THC.
Join Ireland’s most fashionable at Ballybrit Racecourse on Thursday August 2 for the biggest day in the Irish racing calendar, Ladies’ Day of the Galway Races Summer Festival. A day where bold colours and cutting-edge silhouettes are paired with dramatic headpieces — all perfectly showcased by ‘the g Hotel Best Dressed’ event.
Supermac’s MD Pat McDonagh and Chanelle, Lady McCoy, co-founder of Chanelle Medical, were both honoured with the ‘All-Ireland Business Champion 2018’ awards for their impact on the Irish business community.
Network Ireland, Mayo Branch has announced the election of Anne Conlon as its new president for 2018. The election took place at the recent AGM. Ms Conlon, who is managing director of Castlebar-based Conlon Training since its establishment in 2010, was delighted to accept the nomination. As part of this role Ms Conlon is on the national executive, a role she took up in 2017 as vice president of Network Mayo. She was also appointed to the national sponsorship group in 2017, which is responsible for the funding of all 15 Networks in Ireland.
Thirty-four women have signed up for and are taking part in the new Empower Programme delivered in GMIT’s innovation hubs in Mayo and Galway since September.
The inaugural Darkness into Light walk in Loughrea will be launched by native of the town and current star of Dragon’s Den, Chanelle NcCoy, on April 18 from 6.30pm.