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A social innovation process designed to tackle some of Ireland’s key challenges was launched this week by Ashoka Ireland, which is headed up by Paul O’Hara, originally from Castlebar, Co Mayo. The first platform of its kind in the world, Change Nation will commence in Dublin between March 22 and 24 and will be attended by 50 of the world’s leading social innovators who have conceived and implemented proven solutions in the areas of education, healthcare, the environment, economic development, inclusion, and civic participation.
Don’t let the doom and gloom wear you down, this is the message being promoted by a group of Traveller women in Galway who are taking that advice to heart and striving forth in their bid to succeed in business and entrepreneurship.
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.
Galway businesswomen are being asked to take part in the latest cycle of Going for Growth - a programme aimed at helping ambitious Irish female entrepreneurs develop their businesses.
According to presidential candidate Seán Gallagher entrepreneurs are the innovators who create jobs and keep our communities alive and together.
Minister for Small Business, John Perry, has formally launched the National Mentoring Programme for Female Entrepreneurs. The programme is an initiative led by Galway Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the four chambers of commerce in Dublin, Cork, Waterford, and Sligo. The mentoring programme is geared towards early stage female entrepreneurs and sees them matched with a mentor for a 12-month period of mentoring support.
A new mentoring programme for female entrepreneurs, designed to help them through the first challenging years of their new businesses, has been launched in Galway.
Entrepreneurs, innovators, and people with creative ideas are invited to get involved as both speakers and participants for an upcoming conference with a difference.
Entrepreneurs, innovators and people with creative ideas are invited to get involved as both speakers and participants for an upcoming conference with a difference.
Minister for Small Business John Perry has highlighted the importance of encouraging more women who have the motivation, skills and ability to start their own business.