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GMIT Hotel School to provide gourmet giveaway in aid of Galway Lions Club

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Hotel school students in the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology have volunteered to prepare, cook, and serve a gourmet dinner for 30 guests which will be auctioned off to the highest bidder during the Galway Lions Club ‘live’ Galway Bay FM auction tomorrow (Friday).

New chair for GMIT

A former Mayo county manager, Des Mahon, has been appointed chairman of the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology governing body.

Former county manager is new GMIT chairman

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Former Mayo county manager Des Mahon has been appointed as chairman of the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) governing body.

Galway man’s new book on Irish entrepreneurship

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A new book aimed for potential entrepreneurs and business people has been written by Galway's Bernard O'Hara.

Local company takes on global deals giants

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A new Galway-based deals company has entered the growing online deals market dominated by a number of large global players. Through their website www.livingitup.ie the Galway company offers deeply discounted deals to subscribers in the Galway area. They are based at the Innovation in Business Centre at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, a hub for Innovative start-up businesses.

Eleven new start-ups for the Midlands

Eleven new entrepreneurs have recently commenced the development of their businesses in the Midlands Innovation and Research Centre at Athlone Institute of Technology - as participants on the Midlands and West Enterprise Programme (MWEP) 2011.

Galway facilities are the right move for US company Aspect

A proven reputation in attracting big players in the technology sector, access to a multilingual and highly skilled workforce, as well as the support of IDA Ireland has meant that locating in Galway truly is the right decision for Aspect, according to senior vice president Mark King.

GMIT provides 84 free programme places for unemployed

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) is offering up to 20 places on degree programmes and 64 places on Higher Certificate programmes under the Government’s jobs initiative “Springboard”, launched recently by the Higher Education Authority (HEA).

GMIT delivers new Six Sigma courses for local employees

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) has commenced delivery of its new Six Sigma Course to a group of employees from local companies ncluding Boston Scientific, Creganna and Celestica.

GMIT delivers new Six Sigma courses for local employees

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) has commenced delivery of its new Six Sigma Course to a group of employees from local companies ncluding Boston Scientific, Creganna and Celestica.

 

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