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Local Minister of State with the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Deputy Robert Troy, has announced €10 million in government funding available under the Regional Enterprise Transition Scheme.
The Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar TD yesterday (Wednesday) announced the successful applicants of the Capital Equipment Fund administered by Enterprise Ireland through the Technology Gateway and Technology Centre Programmes.
Within the surrounds of the civic centre on Monday afternoon, Cllr Frankie Keena was elected Cathaoirleach of Westmeath County Council, the first occasion in which the long serving elected representative will fulfil the first citizen role.
Plans to open a flagship digital hub and co-working facility in Athlone have progressed further in recent times with the appointment of consultants to undertake a feasibility study.
Ivan McPhillips, GMIT Business School lecturer, and co-founder of the GMIT Youth Entrepreneur Summer Camp, has won the 2021 Enterprise Ireland Academic Award in recognition of his involvement in and the promotion of the annual Student Entrepreneur Awards competition since 1997.
Irish manufacturing and exporting companies have an important role to play in reducing emissions and building a more sustainable future, according to Enterprise Ireland, which is offering a range of green supports to help them.
There was positive news within the employment economy of Ballinasloe in recent times with the announcement by pharmaceutical company, Chanelle Pharma, that it is to create 60 jobs at the IDA Business and Technology Park in the East Galway town.
Students from Mayo have taken first prize in Intellectual Property Awards in both the Junior and Senior categories at the National Final of this year’s Student Enterprise Programme.
Mayo based company Payslip, an automation and integration technology platform for global payroll management, has announced the successful closure of a €8.3 million financing round, brining the companies total financing to €12 million.