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Galway female entrepreneur Sinead Kenny has been selected for the innovative ‘Going for Growth’ business network
The west of the country has been on something of a winning streak of late when it comes to food and hospitality. Kai Café and Restaurant was the big winner at the start of the year scooping the top prize, Restaurant of the Year for 2015, in Georgina Campbell’s Awards, the country’s longest-running hospitality awards. Run by New Zealander Jess Murphy and her Irish husband David, Kai had been converted from a tearoom to a rustic restaurant, and was praised for having seriously good food with a sense of fun. Best Asian Restaurant went to The Asian Tea House, with Mitchell’s in Clifden and Frankie Mallon of An Port Mór, Westport, awarded best seafood restaurant and best seafood chef respectively.
Creating connections, building business, inspirational talks, mentoring and advice are just a few of elements you can expect at the National Women’s Enterprise Day (NWED) 2014.
Going for Growth, an Irish programme which helps ambitious women entrepreneurs grow their business, is launching a call out for women entrepreneurs in Galway to apply for its 2014 programme.
Seventy Irish women entrepreneurs, including entrepreneurs from Galway, who run businesses with a combined turnover in excess of €75 million came together last week to attend the annual ‘Going for Growth’ National Forum in County Kildare.
Local bakery company the Foods of Athenry has been awarded seven Great Taste awards by the UK Guild of Fine Foods. These prestigious awards, often referred to as the Oscars of the food industry, are recognised as a leading benchmark for speciality foods.
A year after a fire which completely gutted its kitchen, Galway company Foods of Athenry is celebrating after signing a contract with Tesco, supplying the chain’s outlets in the UK and Ireland with gluten-free bakery products.