Search Results for 'County Enterprise Board'
28 results found.
Against a backdrop of a reduced role for local authorities in several areas, Westmeath County Council is to gain new responsibilities in the areas of enterprise and community development.
More attention needs to be paid to businesses and industry in the middle tier of employers in the county, Castlebar Town Council was told last week. Tom Canavan on behalf of Castlebar Chamber of Commerce gave the council a wide ranging and comprehensive presentation about job creation.
On the morning of Tuesday October 15 Westmeath County Enterprise Board are hosting an event for both people already in business and those thinking of starting up a business to address any questions they may have.
The brightest and the best of Westmeath’s young entrepreneurs will display their business ideas in Golden Island Shopping Centre, Athlone today, Friday February 22, when judges will select three representatives from Westmeath to attend the national Student Enterprise Awards final in Croke Park in April.
Westmeath’s county manager says the county council makes a significant contribution to creating and sustaining jobs.
Twenty job creation projects in Mayo will receive funding before the end of the year following the announcement of a €3.8 million grant by the Minister for Small Business John Perry this week.
Over 600 potential entrepreneurs, existing businesses, and industry experts attended the unique one day Start and Grow Enterprise Expo in Tullamore last Friday November 18. The expo took place at the Tullamore Court Hotel where a host of seminars, talks, business support exhibitors, mentoring opportunities, and a unique ideas zone gave visitors all the information they needed, under one roof, to start, develop, and grow their business.
Lack of access to overdraft facilities or bank loans is continuing to have a serious effect on trading and business for Kilkenny’s small business community, according to the County Enterprise Board (CEB).
Kilkenny city is not big enough for three tourist trains according to local members of Fianna Fail in the city.
Many Irish people are terrified at the thought of presenting to an audience. The ability to influence others is essential for business owners, salespeople and other representatives of an organisation. Presentations are often an essential element in making deals, closing sales and influencing opinion, but the best prepared presentation can go desperately wrong when the presenter has “stage fright”.