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Irish Manufacturing Conference comes west

The annual Irish Manufacturing Conference is to be held in Galway this year at the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology on the theme of “Manufacturing Matters in the Smart Economy”.

Local senator in emergency landing

Local senator and Castlepollard businessman, Donie Cassidy, had a lucky escape when a front wheel fell off the plane during landing on an internal flight in Turkey on Monday.

Irish businesses back Ireland’s Volvo entry

Just a week before the world’s greatest ocean race begins, Ireland’s entry, the Green Dragon, has been handed a major financial boost.

Monster Organic Ball raises €100,000 for APA charity

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More than €100,000 was raised last weekend at the fourth annual Monster Organic Ball in Oranmore, after a spectacular 10-hour celebration of fabulous organic food, full free bar, live music and lots of dancing.

Local business man named Entreprenur of the Year

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Galway businessman John Flaherty, founder of C&F Group, received Ireland’s coveted business award when he was named as the 2008 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® at a ceremony last week.

Flaherty’s the star at entrepreneur awards

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Galway businessman John Flaherty, founder of C&F Group, received Ireland’s coveted business award when he was named as the 2008 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® at a ceremony last week. Mr Flaherty was first announced as winner of the international category before receiving the overall title, which was presented by the Tánaiste Mary Coughlan, Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment.

Lynch takes the plunge

In Alicante it was Tom Roche of the National Toll Roads, and on Saturday in Capetown it was the turn of Galway solicitor Brian Lynch to take the plunge.

Entrepreneurs must challenge business models to beat downturn

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IRISH entrepreneurs will have to be more innovative in their thinking than ever before and challenge existing business models by differentiation and lower cost if they are to build successful businesses in the face of the global economic downturn.

Entrepreneurs must challenge business models to beat downturn

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IRISH entrepreneurs will have to be more innovative in their thinking than ever before and challenge existing business models by differentiation and lower cost if they are to build successful businesses in the face of the global economic downturn.

 

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