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Embracing the shop local ethos is one of pertinent importance these times as community businesses strive for the support of the public amid the continuing imposition of restrictions which have detrimentally impacted upon trade as the pandemic persists.
Melissa Walsh is the business owner of MW Design, Print & Signs, located at Lakeside Retail Park, Claremorris. Melissa established her award-winning design, print and signs business in 2003, now celebrating 17 Years in business.
Colourtrend, Ireland’s iconic paint brand, has launched a stunning new palette featuring 28 new shades, as part of their 2020 Contemporary Collection.
Mayo County Council's Road Safety Office has issued an appeal to those contesting the upcoming election to give consideration when erecting election posters and the placement of mobile advertisement boards, as to whether these signs may cause an obstruction or danger.
ANYONE WHOSE New Year resolutions include finally getting around to writing that poem, short story, or novel, should check out a new series of classes in the Galway Arts Centre.
THE WRITERS Kevin Higgins and Susan Millar DuMars will host creative writing classes for beginner and intermediate levels, at the Galway Technical Institute in January.
MW Design, Print & Signs, Claremorris, establised in 2003, is a graphic designer, full colour general printer and large format printer business.
AUTUMN IS always a good time to take up that project, ambition, or idea you have long wanted to realise, and those interested in writing should take a look at the courses being offered in the Galway Technical Institute.
Marketing and advertising are key areas for the majority of businesses all over the world, however, those businesses that are advertising products or services that are regulated face additional challenges. These products and services include those in industries such as gambling, medicinal products, financial services and food products.
To poster or not to poster, that is the question! Insider understands the continuing debate about using posters for the upcoming elections has put the cat among the pigeons in City Hall when it comes to candidates deciding their strategy for getting elected.