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GMIT president Dr Fergal Barry has welcomed the decision by the Galway City Council to grant planning permission for a substantial extension to the institute’s Innovation Hub building at its Galway (Dublin Road) campus. Construction on the new c1,400sq m three-storey building is expected to commence in the autumn.
Four million euro has been generated by local business people in Mayo as a result of effective business networking. The Mayo Chapter of BNI meet locally in Castlebar every Friday morning in the TF Royal Hotel and is made up of 16 business people who work together to build the local economy.
Anyone considering joining Network Mayo, Mayo’s business networking group for women, can avail of a 10 per cent discount off the annual membership fee until Monday March 20. Membership is now open for 2017 and anyone interested in joining can email [email protected] to request an application form. Annual membership costs €125. Customers of AIB, Network Ireland’s national sponsor, also receive a 10 per cent discount (only one discount allowed per member).
€5 million has been generated by local business people in Mayo as a result of effective business networking. The St Colman's BNI group who meet locally in Claremorris every Tuesday morning in the McWilliam Park Hotel is made up of 23 business people who work together to build the local economy. The St Colman's BNI group supports more than 100 jobs locally with this set to grow in the coming months with new business wins among members.
On Friday February 17, the Galway and District Business and Professional Women’s (BPW) Club will be addressed by guest speaker Orlaith Carmody when it hosts its annual candle lighting supper in a special tribute to one of the world’s most influential organizations, The International Federation of Business and Professional Women, uniting women around the world.