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‘OK Who’s Next?’, a Galway-based Enterprise Ireland-supported business, has announced that it is placed to immediately support pharmacies and health centres in the Covid-19 vaccination rollout with its online app-based appointment booking platform.
HBAN (Halo Business Angel Network), the all-island organisation responsible for the promotion of business angel investment, and a joint initiative of Enterprise Ireland, InterTradeIreland and Invest Northern Ireland, has announced that investors in its WxNW Syndicate along with Enterprise Ireland have invested €650,000 in Galway-based Ronspot Solutions. HBAN angel investors have contributed €400,000 to this funding round, while Enterprise Ireland has invested €250,000. Angels from HBAN’s Dublin, London and Singapore groups have also invested.
Consumers and businesses in Athlone and within County Westmeath are encouraged to shop local this Christmas, being reminded of the vast range of goods and services they can access on their own doorsteps courtesy of a new Government campaign, ‘Look For Local’.
The call is now open for ambitious female entrepreneurs from Westmeath, who are looking to take their business to the next level, and would like to participate in the latest cycle of Going for Growth, the award-winning business development programme.
The call is now open for ambitious female entrepreneurs from Galway, who are looking to take their business to the next level, and would like to participate in the latest cycle of Going for Growth, the award-winning business development programme.
The funding announced last Friday through Enterprise Ireland will be crucial as the centres continue to expand their services to local start-up enterprises and entrepreneurs during what is an exceptionally difficult time.
The intervention of the Government in funding Galway City Council played the key role in ensuring the city deficit is just a fraction of what it might have been, Galway City Council CEO Brendan McGrath said this week.
Nine enterprise hubs around Galway city and county, including two subsidiary companies of Galway Chamber - Galway City Innovation District and Galway Technology Centre - have received close to €150,000 each in Government funding.
The Design and Crafts Council Ireland has launched the Irish Business Design Challenge in partnership with the Department of Business, Innovation and Enterprise, the Local Enterprise Offices and Enterprise Ireland.
As news emerged on Friday last that an approved alcohol based hand sanitiser, ViraPro, which was been widely used in schools, had been recalled by the HSE due to the possible detrimental health reactions, it has been confirmed by an Athlone businessman working within the realm of disinfection, that a self-penned letter detailing concerns relating to such an occurrence was issued to the Minister for Education, Deputy Norma Foley, in August.