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Greater participation sought in innovation awards in the BMW region

The Irish Times and InterTradeIreland are calling on firms in counties from the Border, Midland, and Western Region to enter the island’s most prestigious awards for innovation. To-date the BMW Region is the least represented area across all categories. Companies across the Border, Midland and Western Region are missing out on raising their profile by failing to nominate themselves for The Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards. The BMW Regional Assembly is supporting this call for the region’s most innovative companies to gain national recognition. Applications are invited from all industries - agri-food, bio-science, energy and the environment, creative industries, manufacturing and IT and telecoms – all that is needed is a good idea.

Calling all Mayo innovators — become one of Ireland’s leaders in innovation

The search for Mayo’s most illustrious innovations begins, with the call for entries for The Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards. These awards showcase excellence in innovation, across a range of groundbreaking products and services. Entries for The Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards are encouraged from all sectors -agri-food, bioscience, energy and the environment, manufacturing, creative industries, and IT and communications.

Call for Galway entries into The Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards

The search for Galway’s most illustrious innovations begins, with the call for entries for The Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards.

Googling is now a vital part of modern recruitment

Sixty-eight percent of employers admit to ‘Googling’ prospective candidates as part of a referencing check, according to a new survey conducted into attitudes to employment references by leading sales and marketing recruitment consultancy Sales Placement.

MeetWest 2012 a major networking success

MeetWest 2012, which took place in the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 20-21, was a huge success.

MIA Growing Real Opportunities for Women (GROW)

Mayo Intercultural Action has secured further funding to continue its work supporting women to set up their own businesses. For the past two years, MIA has worked with women throughout Mayo providing support, training, mentoring and advice to women in the process of setting up their own enterprises. Following on the success of this, MIA has now been allocated EU funding to continue this invaluable work.

European Fiscal Treaty - for and against

Yes - Fine Gael

Government needs to address age imbalance of farmers – ICSA

Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association (ICSA), Connaught/Ulster vice-president, John Flynn, has warned that the older age profile of Irish farmers is not conducive to productive farming and unless steps are taken to encourage the next generations into farming the agri food sector will simply stagnate.

Business forum aims to generate new business in the west of Ireland

Successful Tuam businessman John Concannon of JFC Manufacturing Ltd will be one of several guest speakers at a two-day national business networking forum which takes place in Galway in November.

Growing Real Opportunities for Women (GROW)

Mayo Intercultural Action has secured further funding to continue its work supporting women to set up their own businesses. Last year MIA worked with women throughout Mayo providing support, training, mentoring, and advice to women in the process of setting up their own enterprises. Following on the success of this, MIA has now been allocated EU funding to continue this work for a second year.

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