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Restaurateurs strive for business boost as local hospitality industry reopens

Tentative shoots of optimism dot the hospitality environment as local establishments reopened to the public in recent times.

Build your Brand business lunch at The Prince of Wales

The Prince of Wales Hotel will kick start their series of 'Build Your Business' events for 2020 with their 'Build Your Brand' business lunch taking place on Wednesday, February 12, from 12–1pm.

Dead Centre Brewing the venue for ‘Taste the Island’ workshop

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Dead Centre Brewing in the heart of Athlone town centre provided the atmospheric backdrop for ‘Taste the Island’, a Failte Ireland hosted series of workshops initiative aimed at developing a strong programme of food and drink experiences.

Dead Centre Brewing Athlone to exhibit at Ireland’s largest craft drinks exhibition

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Athlone brewing company Dead Centre Brewing which will soon open its doors to the Midlands public at Custume Pier, will exhibit produce at Ireland’s largest craft drinks gathering, the Alltech Craft Brews and Food Fair which returns to the Convention Centre Dublin from March 14-16.

Athlone brewery business benefits from young entrepreneur participation

The closing date for applications for the Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur competition is Friday, March 15. The competition is open to anyone aged 18-35 who has a great business idea or is already running their own business. Run by the Local Enterprise Office Westmeath, it is a brilliant opportunity for young entrepreneurs to learn from business mentors, network with other young business people and possibly to win valuable investment in their business.

Locals recognised at Best Young Entrepreneur Awards

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Two local young entrepreneurs have been recognised at the county final of the Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur (IBYE) competition.

A message in a bottle lands Athlone-based Liam Tutty his dream job

Job hunting can be a rather tedious and punishing process. For many it can entail emailing and handing out hundreds of CVs to businesses whose drawers are already bursting at the seems with identical documents.


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