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The Western Development Commission’s LookWest.ie website has been shortlisted in two award categories in the annual Golden Spider awards. LookWest.ie is a central part of the WDC’s campaign to attract enterprises and individuals to the western region.
An exciting introductory and user friendly course on how to create your own web site will be run in GMIT starting tonight Thursday February 12. The lecturer and course director is Dr Robert J. Loughnane who has specially prepared this course for those people who have little or no previous knowledge of website development.
When international comparisons are factored in, the western region has the potential to create at least an extra 2,000 jobs in the creative sector, according to Gillian Buckley, chief executive of the Western Development Commission. Ms Buckley was speaking at the launch of the WDC’s report Creative West: The Creative Sector in the Western Region, the first study of its kind conducted in Ireland. She added: “There are 4,779 creative businesses operating in the western region, directly employing over 11,000 people or three per cent of all employment in the region. This generates an annual turnover of €534m and directly contributes €270m to the gross value added of the regional economy. It is therefore a major economic contributor to the region that we believe can be grown significantly, even in these difficult economic times.”
There is a growing movement - or, more accurately, a growing feeling - that the day of the election poster is coming to an end. If it is though, what might replace it?
A Mullingar artist wants Westmeath people to help make something memorable from the recession.
There is a growing movement - or, more accurately, a growing feeling - that the day of the election poster is coming to an end.
Think you have what it takes to put together a future blockbuster or a thought-provoking attention grabbing documentary? Well, your journey into the film business could have a kick-start by enrolling with the Huston School of Film and Digital Media.
Kilkenny’s newest theatre The Set is playing host to UK electronic music group The Orb this weekend which is sending shivers of excitement down the spines of many ‘90s music fans throughout the county.
Mayo County Library is delighted to launch a joint project with FÁS to offer learning opportunities for adults in three libraries: Castlebar, Ballina, and Swinford. The project provides a range of online courses, which can be accessed in the library or from home, supported by a facilitator who will be available in the participating libraries. The courses will help people gain new computer skills and build on existing skills.
One of the Midlands’ leading website design and development companies, Handyweb.ie, based in Mullingar, have received news that www.iliatapasandmore.ie has been shortlisted for the prestigious Golden Spider Awards 2009 which recognise excellence in internet and digital media.