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Former ‘Off the Rails’ presenter and fashion designer Sonya Lennon will judge the ‘Red Carpet Award’ at this year’s Irish Fashion Innovation Awards which take place in the Radisson Blu Hotel Galway on Thursday April 17.
The launch of the Take Action Business competition takes place at 11.30am on Wednesday November 6 at Beechtree Enterprise Centre, Weir Road,Tuam.
Internationally renowned Galway producers were among a delegation promoting County Galway at the Wine Festival d'Anjou held in Chalonnes sur Loire, France, recently.
More than 400 people gathered in the Galway Bay Hotel last weekend for the presentation of the annual Rehab Galway People of the Year Awards. The attendance included Mayor of Galway Cllr Terry O’Flaherty and County Mayor Tom Welby, as well as Minister of State Ciaran Cannon and other public representatives.
A local business, WeSolve Ltd from Beech Tree Business Park, Weir Road, Tuam has been shortlisted for the ‘Your Business on Irish TV’ competition, which gives small businesses the opportunity to get their products on television for the first time.
My name is Eileen Lauster. My business is producing video content for the web. I am a film maker. I make videos. I used to make documentaries about artists, community groups, and dramas. Now I make promotional videos for businesses. I have travelled to Belarus and Connemara, worked with individuals and groups, produced, edited, and taught others. Now I teach businesses to use the power of video to promote their products and services.
Starting next week the Galway County and City Enterprise Board is rolling out a new programme of training courses in May and June designed and priced with the small to middle sized business in mind. The courses are also relevant for someone who is thinking of starting a business and not sure of the next step to take, or someone with an idea and not sure how to develop or make it happen.
Successful Tuam businessman John Concannon of JFC Manufacturing Ltd will be one of several guest speakers at a two-day national business networking forum which takes place in Galway in November.
Many Irish people are terrified at the thought of presenting to an audience. The ability to influence others is essential for business owners, salespeople and other representatives of an organisation.
The ability to influence others is essential for business owners, salespeople and other representatives of an organisation. Presentations are often an essential element in making deals, closing sales and influencing opinion, but the best prepared presentation can go desperately wrong when the presenter has “stage fright”. Many Irish people are terrified at the thought of presenting to an audience.