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A day long symposium aimed at creating public debate on a vision for Galway for the next generation will be held at GMIT on Friday November 5.
KPMG’s Galway office celebrates 30 years in business in the West of Ireland this year. In celebrating the firm’s success in the region, KPMG hosted a black tie gala dinner last month for its alumni in the Radisson Blu Hotel where more than 100 people gathered to mark the occasion. It also proved an ideal opportunity to acknowledge all the people who contributed to the firm’s success in the Galway region over the decades.
Rent levels for retail premises in Galway city centre were unsustainable even before the economic downturn and continue to be a source of major concern for businesses, according to the Galway Chamber of Commerce which is calling on landlords to be more realistic.
Galway Airport bosses have lashed out at Michael O’Leary’s recent suggestions that there is no future for the airport.
Galway Chamber has voiced fears that Galway City is in serious danger of losing out to Cork, Limerick and Dublin in relation to vital infrastructure and investment projects.
Taking advantage of the spin-off from the London Olympic Games of 2012 and next year’s Volvo Ocean Race should be uppermost in the minds of Galway businesses, according to the newly-elected president of Galway Chamber.
Half a bypass is not good enough for Galway and it is time for our local politicians and councillors to take a long hard look at the future of this city, according to Paul Shelly, president of Galway Chamber.
Galway is in line for a significant boost in January with the arrival of the International Rally.
The Safety Direct Galway International Rally, which will take place from January 16 to 18, is expected to give a €3.6 million shot in the arm to the local economy.
Galway’s business lobby group has welcomed the news that the Galway city outer bypass will start preliminary works as planned.