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COPE Galway has announced that Michael Smyth has been appointed as its new Chief Executive Officer. The local charity provides services across Galway for people who experience homelessness, domestic abuse and for older people requiring nutritional and social supports.
Nine enterprise hubs around Galway city and county, including two subsidiary companies of Galway Chamber - Galway City Innovation District and Galway Technology Centre - have received close to €150,000 each in Government funding.
Galway City Council has approved grants totalling €38,265 under the COVID-19 Emergency Fund (Phase 2) to support a range of local community and voluntary groups and organisations throughout Galway.
Fine Gael TD for Galway West Hildegarde Naughton has welcomed the allocation of more than €9.6 million for five major job-creation projects in Galway under the Regional Enterprise Development Fund.
Galway has been allocated €9.7 million under the Government’s Regional Enterprise Development Fund, with the Galway Technology Centre, the PorterShed, Comhoibriú/Creative Enterprise West, SCCUL Enterprises, and Grow Remote set to benefit.
A novel partnership initiative announced at a fully-booked breakfast seminar which was also addressed by Karl Lumsden of Google and David Noone of Procure Wizard.
The West of Ireland’s largest business networking event, MEETWEST, took place last Thursday and Friday in Mayo with hundreds of delegates attending.
The West of Ireland’s largest business networking event, MeetWest, took place last Thursday and Friday in Mayo with hundreds of delegates attending.
Kirby Group Engineering was named Galway’s Best Social Enterprise (CSR) at the Galway Chamber Business Awards held in the Radisson Blu Hotel Galway on Saturday November 19.
Returning for its 6th year MeetWest, a two-day business networking forum, brings together a wide range of companies from the West of Ireland and further afield to network and do business. This year’s event will be hosted by Mayo County Council at the Mc William Park Hotel Claremorris on Thursday and Friday Nov 24 and 25, with renowned global economist, journalist, lecturer, broadcaster and documentary maker David McWilliams lined up as guest speaker.