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Small and medium sized businesses in Mayo are being encouraged to sign up for a free seminar which will help prepare them against cyber attacks.
Galway entrepreneurs and start-ups are being urged to apply for funding to provide an innovative product or service aimed at international markets.
The Galway City Council will re-issue the list of services and benefits that are currently available for businesses.
Tomorrow, Friday, April 30, is the last day to apply for the next EMPOWER GROWTH, the women’s entrepreneurship programme, which is run by the GMIT iHubs.
Empower, the women’s entrepreneurship programme, is now accepting applications for the next Empower Growth programme.
Business women will share their successful start-up experiences in a special webinar hosted by GMIT.
Galway’s newest human resources and recruitment consultancy, GHR Consulting, was founded by Salthill native Ruairi Guckian.
While affording cautious welcome to the raft of business support measures announced by the Government to aid the posy-COVID-19 economic recovery, local businessman and prominent Fianna Fáil Councillor, Aengus O’Rourke, noting the detrimental impact of the virus from a professional perspective, stated the mechanisms introduced are not sufficient.
The pain and uncertainty of the impact of the Coronavirus on small business owners is staggering and likely to be substantial. For small business owners the situation is an unmitigated disaster. In fact, it couldn’t be worse. No currency crisis, Gulf war, oil shortage, terrorist attack or banking collapse would come close to the impact this virus is having on our economy - but in particular on our SME sector. And, to think we spent three years preparing for the “enormous, incalculable impact” that would result from Britain’s exit from the EU — a breeze compared to this business wipe-out tsunami.
A number of local businesses have closed to reduce the risk to public health and combat the spread of Covid-19.