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Twenty of Mayo’s top photographers from the Mayo Photographic Club are due to exhibit examples of their work at a major photography exhibition to be held in Foxford during the month of April. The exhibition is being held at Foxford Woollen Mills and will be officially opened by local artist Harry Feeney at 4pm on Sunday April 1.
Mayo County Enterprise Board has been omitted from a major new investment of capital for county and city enterprise boards announced by An Taoiseach, Brian Cowen this week.
The future of the Mayo County Enterprise board remains in doubt from this autumn when CEO Frank Fullard is set to retire, with no indication of a successor being appointed to his position.
Ballina Chamber hosted a very successful seminar entitled Building Business in Ballina last Wednesday in the Downhill House Hotel as part of their Business After Hours series.
It has been announced that Mullingar will play host to National Women’s Enterprise Day on November 26. The event aims to inspire, inform, and support women entrepreneurs.
Sue Stockdale — business woman, athlete, author, and record breaking explorer — is delivering an exciting workshop in Westport on March 9 to celebrate International Women’s Day. Mayo County Enterprise Board is hosting this motivational event on the theme of “Making it Happen — Transforming Your Belief Into Action”. It takes place in Knockranny House Hotel, starting at 7pm and advance booking is essential.
In contrast to what might be expected during times of recession it seems that it is “not all doom and gloom” out there for small enterprises in Mayo. This was according to Frank Fullard, director of the Mayo County Enterprise Board, who addressed members of the Planning and Economic Development SPC this week.
With the preparations commencing for our national feast day, gearing up to celebrate this day seems in a time when feelings of anger, cynicism, and deep resentment are resonating though society, is far from a plausible notion, with even the most patriotic among us questioning the notion of being proud to be Irish. As we haplessly watch the country crumble around us, the fact that the world will be focusing their attention on our little land on St Patrick’s Day to laud praise upon us seems all the more iniquitous.
Ballina Chamber and Mayo County Enterprise Board are again joining forces to help businesses cope with the recession.
Small businesses in Erris will have a choice of three different initiatives to assist them in strengthening their enterprises in the months ahead.