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A prominent Galway food entrepreneur is urging others from the county to join the latest cycle of ACORNS - a highly-successful development initiative to support early-stage female entrepreneurs living in rural Ireland.
A county Mayo company will get a chance to exhibit their business to almost 300,000 people at the National Ploughing Championships next month as part of the Local Enterprise Village.
The Westport Chamber is the management organisation on-site within the Leeson Enterprise Centre (LEC), which housed its first entrepreneurs in 2017 and was officially opened in May 2018. Westport Chamber sponsor a Community Employment Scheme and Geraldine Horkan is the Community Employment Supervisor. As part of the CE remit, Geraldine, with the administrative support of CE participants, manages the Centre on behalf of the joint venture. Geraldine is one extremely busy lady. Surrounded by up-and-coming, established and expanding entrepreneurial businesses, she is centre-stage in a fired-up environment where development, growth, support, networking, success, setbacks and picking yourself up from setbacks - are the order of the day. Geraldine sees it as a privilege to share close quarters with the inspiring people behind the individual enterprises, as she gives the Mayo Advertiser just a flavour of the workings at the LEC.
Galway based social entrepreneurs Brandon Blacoe from Salthill and Eibhlin O’Riordan from Knocknacarra, co-founders of ByoWave received the Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Impact Award at an event in Dublin last week.
Galway businesswoman develops Ireland’s first online international female accelerator for women in digital health and life science
Galway businesswoman Diane Nevin has drawn up an exciting accelerator programme aimed at female entrepreneurs operating in digital health and life science sector.
Enterprise Ireland is inviting students from third-level institutions nationwide with an innovative business idea with real commercial potential to apply to this year’s Student Entrepreneur Awards.
The call is now open for ambitious female entrepreneurs from Galway, who are looking to take their business to the next level, to apply for the latest cycle of Going for Growth, the award-winning business development initiative. Going for Growth is a six-month part-time programme, supported by Enterprise Ireland and KPMG, which assists ambitious female entrepreneurs to achieve their growth aspirations. There is no charge to those selected to participate.
CREW, Creative Enterprise West, an initiative which supports the creative digital enterprise sector in the west of Ireland has developed a new programme to support creative digital entrepreneurs across their industries.
Reacting to the Government’s announcement this week regarding updates to Covid-19 public health measures, Small Firms director, Sven Spollen Behrens, has said that many businesses operating in the experience economy are concerned with the decision not to allow full capacity indoor events to take place.
Galway's Brandon Blacoe from Salthill and Eibhlin O’Riordan from Knocknacarra, co-founders of ByoWave, were among those honoured by Social Entrepreneurs Ireland at an online gathering this week.