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The Annual Spirit of Entrepreneurship event is just under three weeks away, taking place on Monday, September 15 in St Mary's Hall, GMIT, Mayo Campus at 6.30pm. It promises to be a great evening for aspiring entrepreneurs with great guests, interesting panel discussions, networking opportunities and free mentoring.
Mayo Ideas Week 2012 was officially launched by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, at Mount Falcon Hotel, Ballina, on Monday September 3. Mayo Ideas Week is a series of idea generation, entrepreneurship, and business events hosted by the development and enterprise support agencies in Mayo. Admission is free to the 13 events which will be held all over the county from Monday September 17 to Friday September 21.
Mayo County Council, the Department of Community and Integrated Development and WESTBIC, the Irish partners in the CISNET project are offering an unmissable opportunity for interested craft businesses and artists to attend a free event which is designed to give practical information and inputs for the craft sector locally and regionally. These include marketing, exploring new markets and e-commerce along with information and networking opportunities. This event will take place in Ballina Arts Centre on Tuesday, June 12.
Don’t miss the Enterprise and employment exhibition on May 1 in Belmullet Civic Centre.
Iorras Le Chéile, Community Development Project and Mayo Ideas Lab will run an Enterprise and Employment Exhibition on May 1 in Belmullet Civic Centre from 4pm to 8pm.
Network Mayo announced the winners of its Businesswomen of the Year awards, which took place at the beautiful surroundings of Newport House, Newport, last Friday June 24.
The inaugural Mayo Ideas Week has been judged an outstanding success and shows what can be achieved when enterprise agencies combine their efforts. Up to 450 people attended 10 events over five days in venues throughout the entire county.
Places are available for a full-time local training initiative in performing arts, a FETAC Level 5 course, which will take place in Belmullet.
From March 9 to March 12 Mayo businesses will be attending Club Caife, a networking event that will give local businesses an opportunity to network with each other in an informal setting and also to learn about opportunities that are available to market their business in a unique way using the Irish language.