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Learning and development investment a business necessity

Greater investment is required in Learning and Development (L&D) to help Irish businesses prepare for the future of work. That’s according to new industry-led research by Trainers’ Learning Skillnet and the Irish Institute of Training and Development (IITD). The research is authored by Professor David Collings and Dr John McMackin of DCU Business School and funded by Skillnet Ireland.

Portwest are crowned exporter of the year

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Leading safety clothing and personal protective equipment (PPE) manufacturers Portwest were announced as Exporter of the Year 2018 at the prestigious Export Industry Awards, which took place on Friday November 16 at a gala event in the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin.

Mayo co-operative creameries, the original cash cow

Irish farmers learned a long time ago that, in certain circumstances, working in co-operation could lead to real progress and maximised profit for each individual. The meitheal system, whereby a farmer would assist a neighbouring farmer, who would in turn reciprocate that help when needed, was a well established tradition in rural Ireland. The spirit of the meitheal was evident in the beginnings of the Irish co-operative movement. Co-operatives were operating since the 1880s and the concept of voluntary association among farmers went through strong periods as well as years of slow development.

Bord Bia & FDII launch new mentoring programme

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A new structured mentoring initiative where the expertise of leading indigenous food and drink companies will be shared with small food firms was launched this week at Bord Bia’s Small Business Open Day. More than 120 food companies gathered in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Blanchardstown, Dublin, to hear how global food and drink companies such as Glanbia, Nestle, Coca-Cola, Kepak, Bulmers, and Kraft will offer their advice and expertise to small food firms in the key areas of business strategy, account management, and logistics. The mentoring programme will be coordinated by Bord Bia in cooperation with FDII (Food and Drink Industry Ireland).

Twinning with China moves a step closer

Kilkenny County Council is to receive a high level delegation from China in Kilkenny within the next two months in a move that will see Kilkenny twinned with the city of Suzhou in China.

Agri-food the key sector says John Paul Phelan

Kilkenny TD John Paul Phelan has said the Government recognises the importance and potential of the agri-food industry, as demonstrated by the capital spending programme.

Threesixty wins two WOLDA awards

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Threesixty, one of the country’s leading B2B brand agencies based in Gowran, Co Kilkenny, has scooped two prestigious international design ‘oscars’ for corporate branding work for two Irish companies.

UCD honours Glanbia agribusiness leader

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Two of Ireland’s most prominent agribusiness leaders were awarded honorary degrees by UCD at a ceremony held on Monday 29th August. At the Agricultural Science conferring ceremony, UCD Agricultural Science graduates Dan Browne of Dawn Meats and John Moloney of Glanbia were awarded honorary Doctor of Science degrees.

Glanbia cites ‘excellent results’ for 2011 to date

Glanbia plc the international nutritional solutions and cheese group, announced its half year results for the six months ended July 2, 2011.

Three in a row for Glanbia at international cheese show

Glanbia Ingredients Ballyragget the makers of Kilmeaden and Avonmore cheese, has retained the Fayrefield Trophy for the third year in a row for the best international cheddar at the prestigious Nantwich International Cheese Show in the UK recently.


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