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The Lord Mayor of Dublin Christy Burke this week launched the inaugural Into the West Expo – a showcase of the magic of the West of Ireland which takes place over two days in the RDS next February.
Galway East Fianna Fail TD Micheal Kitt has called on the people of Galway to vote yes on the upcoming fiscal treaty referendum.
A Kilkenny-based company was presented with an ISO certification for success in pursuing a continuous improvement strategy for the business and its customers.
Westport based multi-media and communications company Maigh Eo Media was highly commended and praised at the 2011 All-Ireland Marketing Awards at the Burlington Hotel in Dublin recently. Maigh Eo Media was the only west of Ireland communications company to be recognised at the prestigious awards ceremony, which is accredited by the Marketing Institute of Ireland.
Westport based media productions and communications company, Maigh Eo Media has been shortlisted for a prestigious All-Ireland Marketing Award this week from the Marketing Institute of Ireland.
Newport native Brendan Chambers is in the communication business for more than 30 years. Now, along with his wife Julie, he runs C&C Cellular Ltd, the largest mobile phone company in the west. “We are proud to be one of the eight exclusive Vodafone agents in Ireland offering the same great deals, same great offers, and great value no matter where you shop,” Mr Chambers said. “We offer the same prices in Belmullet as in Blanchardstown or in Claremorris as in Cork.”
Despite previous warnings and prosecutions, some companies are not getting the message regarding Kilkenny Local Authorities policy on temporary signage.
The potential of the National Broadband Scheme currently being rolled out across Ireland by communications company 3 could help transform rural life in County Mayo according to an economic impact report by well known economist Jim Power. The report says that if a high quality and affordable broadband offering like the NBS were to result in the creation of one new SME employing 10 people in each electoral district in Mayo, the economic and financial benefits to the county would be very significant. It would result in the creation of 1,120 jobs; it would result in a net wage injection of €26.9 million into the local economy, which would have an income multiplier effect of up to €53.76 million. It would result in a contribution of €6.72 million to the exchequer, and €896,000 per annum to the local authority. In total it could result in an injection of up to €61.4 million to the local and national economy per annum. Over a five-year period, this would have a net present value of €267.6 million.
Despite reports that the Eircom Exchange in Monksland was supposedly broadband enabled, people in the area are still unable to get fixed line broadband from Eircom, that’s according to Cllr John Keogh, the local county councillor for the Athlone Electoral Area of County Roscommon.