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The second Irish Tatler Working Lunch, a series of innovative networking seminars, is taking place in The g Hotel in Galway tomorrow.
A number of candidates have entered this year’s 10th annual business woman of the year awards, organised by Network Galway.
Ballina based Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary has criticised the lack of gender balance on a new forum to encourage entrepreneurship. Calleary has questioned why the Jobs Minister, Richard Bruton has only appointed one woman to the seven person forum, when a key aim of the group is to encourage greater female entrepreneurship.
In one of the most effecting presentations ever given in the chamber of Mayo County Council, the reality of living with a diagnosis of early-onset Alzheimers was laid out to the members of the council last Monday afternoon.
The Innovation in Business Centre, Castlebar, will host an interactive open day on Wednesday June 5 on how to enter the US market. There will also be opportunities to talk to the local State enterprise support agencies, as well as sessions facilitated by IiBC clients focusing on attracting investment, setting up an online business, aquaculture, and reducing costs with lean solutions.
Renowned milliner Philip Treacy and Star of RTE’s Dragons Den Ramona Nicholas and Barry O’Sullivan were on hand to add a dash of glamour at the 9th Annual Network Galway Business Women of the Year Awards took place in The g Hotel, on Friday May 24.
Ramona Nicholas and Barry O’Sullivan from RTE’s Dragons Den series will present the awards at this year’s ceremony. At the recent launch of The ninth Annual Network Galway Business Woman of the Year Awards. The ceremony will take place in The g Hotel, on Friday May 24 and promises to be a spectacular affair.
If the people of Ireland are looking for a demonstration of positive growth, they do not have to look any further than the Twitter group #SMEcommunity.