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The Castlebar founder of an online retail website has called on Mayo people to try to support Irish businesses and jobs this Christmas when they shop on the internet.
An Taoiseach Mr. Enda Kenny announced 15 new jobs at technology company Vulcan Solutions this week when he visited the company’s office in Galway today.
One of the challenges for smaller companies is understanding and navigating public procurement processes.
Deputy Denis Naughten who hosted a free seminar in the Athlone Springs Hotel on Tuesday, July 1, announced that only 1 per cent of SMEs in the Midlands win public sector contracts, according to research from TenderScout.
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny launched a brand new Mayo based shopping website Trafficattic.com this week in the Castlebar Chamber of Commerce. Trafficattic.com is an online shopping community for local businesses across Ireland to sell and promote their products, at home and abroad. Trafficattic.com provides the consumer with a one-stop shop to purchase a wide variety of products from categories such as beauty products, clothing, DIY, wedding stationery, homewares and much, much more from local business in Ireland direct to their door.
An innovative, new website, developed by a husband and wife team from Mayo, is aiming to help local businesses reach the growing number of people who are shopping online.
THE DEADLINE for submissions to the Cúirt New Writing Prize, open to poets and fiction writers, is January 30 at 5pm.
Deals.advertiser.ie, Galway's very own deals website, celebrates its first birthday this week with an amazing offer for all who have registered on the site.
The Cúirt New Writing Prize 2014 is open for submissions in poetry and fiction from Thursday November 28.
Local businesses looking for the fastest most cost effective way to differentiate their businesses from the competition will be interested in the September Business Seminar in Ballybane Enterprise Centre on Thursday September 26.