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Companies supported by Local Enterprise Office Galway created 221 jobs in 2022, it was revealed this week.
Some of Galway’s best up and coming craft and design businesses will be part of over 100 companies from across Ireland who will get a chance to meet with buyers from all over the world as part of the Local Enterprise Showcase at the 2023 Showcase event in the RDS, running from the 22-24th January.
Galway’s PorterShed has supported the creation of 835 high-value sustainable jobs and hosted 1,200 events in only five years, a report to be unveiled this morning (Thursday) will declare.
Guidance and tips for how to succeed in the United States were the focus of a recent seminar in Galway Technology Centre (GTC).
Specialising in providing business essentials for SMEs, Shirley Halvey established Halvey & Associates in November 2020.
Shirley Halvey set up Halvey & Associates in November 2020. The company specialises in setting up business essentials for SMEs.
A new initiative aimed at introducing a new group of females to the idea of setting up their own business was launched in Galway last week.
Labour City Councillor Niall Mc Nelis has warned that unless a new national industrial policy framework prioritised the scaling up of indigenous Irish enterprise, Ireland will continue to be exposed to a dangerous and excessive reliance on foreign direct investment for high value, high paying jobs.
IdeasLab, the entrepreneurial and innovation hub at University of Galway is hosting an evening to celebrate Inspiring Women Entrepreneurs on Thursday 17 November in Galway City. The event is one of a series of events created to help expand our community of supporters for female entrepreneurs in the region.
One of the largest-ever programme of events for National Women’s Enterprise Day (NWED) took place recently as the event returned to its normal in-person programme for 2022.