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CREW, Creative Enterprise West, an initiative which supports the creative digital enterprise sector in the west of Ireland has developed a new programme to support creative digital entrepreneurs across their industries.
Award-winning Finnish director Klaus Harro’s English-language feature debut My Sailor, My Love - has completed its shoot this week in Achill.
Galwegians are to be consulted on their vision for the city's development over the next three decades.
What should Galway look like bvy the year 2050? What kind of city do we want to be living in by then? These are key questions in the Galway Chamber’s Vision 2050 consultation process.
Shot against the backdrop of the unique natural beauty and culture of the West of Ireland, over the course of six half-hour episodes, a new series entitled 'Moving West' on TG4 will follow the lives of six families who have moved or are in the process of moving to the west of Ireland.
A new six-part series showcasing life in the west of Ireland will be aired on TG4 starting on September 23.
Backers of the state of the art 40,000 sq ft film and TV studio to be built at the former Galway Airport at Carnmore have been given the green light to move to planning stage with the objective of being open for production next summer.
Ballinasloe based Senator Aisling Dolan welcomed An Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade, and Employment, Leo Varadkar to Ballinasloe Enterprise Hub at the weekend. As part of the Ballinasloe Area Community Development (BACD), the centre has recently won €63,000 in funding under the Connected Hubs Scheme.
Connemara West has opened a pop-up remote working hub with a difference in Tullycross village. The Hub is located at Renvyle Thatched Cottages making it possibly one of the most unusual and picturesque digital spaces in the West of Ireland. Users of the pop-up hub also have the option of booking accommodation in a separate cottage although accommodation availability is limited for the next few months due to high demand.
Galway’s Palliare, an emerging company with the vision to create a safer operating room, this week announced the closing of an oversubscribed $8 million Series A funding round. The round was led by leading European Life Sciences Venture Capital firm Seroba Life Sciences, with participation from Luxembourg-based SCM AD Ventures, The Western Development Commission, and several private investors. The funds will be used to support US commercial launch activities related to Palliare’s EVA15 insufflator and smoke evacuation system, as well as new Research & Development activities.