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Enterprise Ireland is offering up to €35,000 in funding for food and drink companies who participate in the Food Works programme in 2020. This funding is in addition to the supports already offered by the programme, including in-depth consultancy and advice from the three agencies involved, access to consumer and market research, and bespoke mentoring with industry experts.
It may not be the most obvious focus for a European Capital of Culture event, but Galway 2020 will be celebrating everything and anything to do with sheep - from farm to fork, the catwalk, and everything in between.
Edel Boyd from Carrowmore Lacken, Ballina has been awarded the Mountbellew Agri College Best Farm Business Plan award sponsored by AIB.
Mayo County Council, in conjunction with its partners: Teagasc, the Department of Agriculture & Food, the National Parks and Wildlife Service, the Irish Farmers Association and the Irish Natura and Hill Farmers Association, which form the Mayo Agricultural Working Group and the Planning, Environment and Agriculture Strategic Policy Committee - have published a new strategy entitled: “A Sustainable Agricultural Strategy for Mayo”.
‘Making Dairy Farming More Sustainable’ was the theme of this year’s Teagasc National Dairy Conference which took place at the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone, recently.
Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon-Galway, Eugene Murphy, has said the confusion surrounding the fees which are being charged by Teagasc for farmers taking part in the Knowledge Transfer programme must be addressed as a matter of urgency.
Food Works, Ireland’s leading accelerator programme for food and drink start-ups, is seeking to identify a number of high potential start-up food teams from County Westmeath with a strong business idea to take part in Food Works 2017.
GMIT and Teagasc, the Agriculture and Food Development Authority, have formed a new strategic partnership to develop academic and educational co-operation in areas of mutual interest.
The search for Mayo’s budding food and drink entrepreneurs is gathering pace, as the countdown begins to the Food Works Ireland 2016 closing date for applications. Food and drinks entrepreneurs and those with a concept for a start up business in the sector are being urged to put themselves forward for this year’s Food Works programme. The programme is jointly run by Bord Bia, Enterprise Ireland and Teagasc and aims to helps start-ups develop a successful and scalable global food business. The closing date for applications is May 10.
The Rural Agency Surveying Professional Group (part of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland - SCSI -) held its annual seminar at the Radisson Blu Hotel Athlone on Friday, November 13. MEP Mairead McGuinness was an invited speaker at the event, where solar farms, land prices, and land mobility were among the many issues discussed.