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Tomorrow (Friday) sees the final of the Galway Advertiser-sponsored Junior Chamber Galway Young Entrepreneur of the year awards 2012. The awards ceremony commences at 6.30pm at the Menlo Park Hotel with a drinks reception. Seating for dinner will commence at 7pm, followed by a welcoming speech by JCI president Anne Marie Shanahan.
The Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar have added to their growing list of awards by picking up the national JCI Friendly Business Award in the Eco Friendly category.
Junior Chamber International (JCI) Ireland is preparing for this year’s national convention which will be hosted by JCI Mayo in Westport from today, Friday October 5 to Sunday October 7 in the Carlton Atlantic Coast Hotel.
Junior Chamber International (JCI) Ireland is preparing for this year’s national convention which will be hosted by JCI Mayo in Westport from Friday October 5 to Sunday October 7 in the Carlton Atlantic Coast Hotel.
Galway has had an exciting summer, and during events such as the Volvo Ocean Race, the Galway Arts Festival, and the Galway Races, thousands of tourists descended on the city. Now it is the turn of local businesses to show that Galway is the friendliest place in Ireland.
Castlebar’s Aisling Neary has made her way through to the final 20 in the Outstanding Young Persons of the World competition, which is being run by Junior Chambers International. Neary, who is from Rathbawn in Castlebar, has been nominated under the humanitarian/voluntary leadership section. After qualifying as a nurse she joined Health Action Overseas and worked with children in an orphanage in Romania, before travelling in Australia and providing nursing to families living in the underdeveloped Australian bush.
Should I have a website for my business? What is my website's job? How do I plan my website? Why is the design of my website important? These are the types of questions every business owner should be considering if planning to grow his/her business online.
On Saturday night, Junior Chamber Ireland will hold the National Top Outstanding Young Person of the Year (TOYP) Gala awards dinner in Cloonacauneen Castle, Claregalway.
Four Mayo winners have been selected in the JCI Mayo and Mayo Advertiser TOYP Awards in association with AIB Bank Claremorris, as follows — Aisling Neary, Dara Calleary, Darren Cawley, and Olwen Dawe, who will now go forward to the national awards.
Nominations to identify Outstanding Young Persons in Mayo are now being sought as part of a competition currently being run by Junior Chamber International (JCI) Mayo, in association with the Mayo Advertiser and AIB.