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MOCC (Mayo Open Coffee Club) is a business network run by businesspeople for businesspeople and returns to the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at GMIT Castlebar on Wednesday next.
A spellbinding story that captivates audiences, making them laugh and cry, Disco Fever, the musical, performed by Davitt College transition year students will come to a conclusion tonight, March 9.
December’s Mayo Open Coffee Club meeting will take place on Wednesday, December 7 in the Harlequin Hotel, Castlebar, and will have a distinctly Christmas feel.
On Wednesday November 9, Davitt College, Castlebar, played against St Mary’s Secondary School at Celtic Park, in Castlebar. St Mary’s put up a great fight to begin with, but when Erina Flannery put a ball in the back net after 10 minutes Davitt College attacked forcefully. Flannery’s goal was followed by a goal from Melissa Patterson, who put up a fantastic fight up front. The third goal was scored by Anna Tully and was well deserved, as she put up a blinding performance at left wing. The fourth goal was scored again by Melissa Patterson. However Patterson did not obtain a hat-trick as the fifth goal was scored by Kirstin Sheerin. Sheerin, who put up a fantastic performance in goal last year, played centre field and demonstrated remarkable skill and endurance. Davitt will go on to play Ursuline College, Sligo, to qualify for the Connacht quarter finals.
An innovative, practical based enterprise training and mentoring programme for people who plan to start up their own businesses or develop their existing one is to commence in the GMIT Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) in Castlebar in October following the success of the two previous programmes. South West Mayo Development Company will be providing support with the development of the programme.
Several hundred people are expected to attend the GMIT Spirit of Entrepreneurship event in GMIT Castlebar on Monday September 19 to hear about funding sources and supports for start-ups.
A dog grooming kennel, a website for purchasing materials for moving home, bespoke furniture pieces, a health management course, motorhome rentals, jewellery courses, Irish mythology products, new energy saving products, and a web portal for craft suppliers.
Over 28 people attended the Mayo Open Coffee Club speed networking event which was held in association with Castlebar Chamber of Commerce.
The Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at GMIT Castlebar has announced the winners of the GMIT Student Innovation Awards 2011.
The Galway Mayo Institute of Technology is now recruiting for the next Midlands & West Enterprise Programme (MWEP) commencing in June 2011. This is a seven month programme providing entrepreneurs with business skills, networks, facilities and supports necessary to navigate and execute the business start-up process.