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The announcement of new employment opportunities in Belmullet by leading market research company IPSOS/MRBI, through its creation of a gteic digital hub, has been welcomed by local politicians.
Michael Ring, T.D. has given a progress report in relation to the gteic (Gréasán Digiteach na Gaeltachta) network in Mayo.
The agencies involved in enterprise support and economic development in Mayo have come together to agree the Mayo Economic Recovery Plan, which contains a series of actions to support the local economic recovery effort.
Elections to Údarás na Gaeltachta must be re-introduced to “return power to the people” and allow Gaeltacht residents to “elect their own representatives directly to the Údarás board”.
A TG4 and Údarás na Gaeltachta Media Training Development Scheme was launched by Richard Bruton TD, Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment with Seán Kyne TD, Chief Whip and Minister of State for Gaeilge, the Gaeltacht and the Islands during the Galway Film Fleadh.
Transition year students from Coláiste Pobail, Acla and Coláiste Bhreandáin Naofa, Béal an Mhuirthead, are to represent the Mayo Gaeltacht area having scooped the Údarás na Gaeltachta Clár na gComhlachtaí Regional Final this week.
Údarás na Gaeltachta is looking to build on its recently-published 2018 growth figures with an innovation-based approach for 2019, after a year that saw the strongest job creation figures in 10 years, along with the creation of Ireland’s most ambitious digital hub network, gTeic, and an unprecedented community-based language planning initiative.
Baile Slachtmhar Bhéal an Mhuirthead (Belmullet Tidy Towns) was awarded first place in the Together for Biodiversity Awards – for their project ‘It’s All About the Bees and the Seas’, at the National Biodiversity Conference, held in Dublin Castle on Wednesday.
A total of 2,978 people are employed in Údarás na Gaeltachta supported companies across the Gaeltacht in Galway, the highest figure since 2000.
This year more than 750 transition year students are looking forward to taking part in Údarás na Gaeltachta’s Clár na gComhlachtaí, which encourages budding entrepreneurs in the Gaeltacht areas of Cork, Donegal, Galway, Mayo, Meath, Kerry, and Waterford to develop their own mini-enterprises and compete in a national final.