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“Creating opportunity in a downturn – Innovate or Die!” will be the theme of next week’s meeting of the Mayo Open Coffee Club, and the key speaker will be a Mayo man who has carved out a business niche in outer space.
The Galway Mayo Institute of Technology is now recruiting for the next Midlands and West Enterprise Programme (MWEP) commencing in April 2010. This is a one-year programme providing entrepreneurs with business skills, networks, facilities, and supports necessary to navigate and execute the business start-up process.
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) Castlebar will host an enterprise evening in association with the GMIT Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC), on Monday December 8 from 5.30pm to 8.30pm.
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) has launched the 2009 Midlands and West Enterprise Programme (MWEP), commencing in March 2009, for people interested in starting their own business.
An open evening will take place in the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at GMIT Castlebar on Wednesday January 21 from 5pm to 8pm outlining the 2009 Midlands and West Enterprise Programme (MWEP), commencing in March 2009, for people interested in starting their own business.
The one-year programme is a collaboration between GMIT and Athlone IT, and provides entrepreneurs with business skills, networks, facilities and supports necessary to navigate the business start-up process. It is delivered in GMIT’s campuses in Galway and Mayo, and in Athlone IT. Applications are now being accepted.
GMIT Castlebar has announced its student innovation winners. First prize went to Joanne Clarke from Cloonfad, Co Roscommon, a second year student on the BSc in architectural technology. She was awarded a prize of €1,000 cash and incubation space in the GMIT Innovation Centre for two months. Second prize was awarded to Diarmuid Higgins from Rush, Co Dublin, who is a second year student on the BA in outdoor education. He won €600. Both prizes are sponsored by APC and AIB.
The Annual General Meeting of Castlebar Chamber was held on Monday March 2 in the Welcome Inn. The meeting was well attended with representatives present from across all sectors of business in the town.
If you are concerned with the road, rail and air infrastructure into and out of Mayo, then an upcoming Western Development Commission (WDC) seminar, organised by Castlebar Chamber, will be of interest to you.
The Innovation in Business Centre in Castlebar is nestled behind the trees on the busy ring road and adjacent to the bustling GMIT. Many people probably do not know of its existence but its importance is immeasurable.