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Bia Innovator Campus (CLG) has confirmed this week that it is on course to start welcoming food companies to the campus in January, and is calling on businesses to register their interest in the facility by November 27. The campus will hold its official opening in summer 2021.
An innovative GMIT-led project supporting the growth and sustainability of female food entrepreneurs in the European Union has been shortlisted in the Green Gown Awards 2020 (UK and Ireland).
The return of the Tiny Traders Village finally became a reality as the local market relaunched in a new location after almost a year of setbacks and delays.
The much talked about the return of the Tiny Traders Village finally became a reality last weekend as the much loved local market relaunched in a brand new location after almost a year of setbacks and delays.
Registration is now open for GROW2CEO — a competition organised by Cully & Sully and GIY to find Irelands’ next young food entrepreneurs.
High profile entrepreneurs to deliver part-time course at the Galway campus
GIY and Cully & Sully are on the search for Ireland’s next best young food entrepreneurs and are encouraging secondary school students across the country to register for the ‘GROW 2 CEO’ competition before the registration deadline of March 14.
Food Works, Ireland’s leading accelerator programme for food and drink start-ups, is seeking to identify a number of high potential start-up food teams from County Westmeath with a strong business idea to take part in Food Works 2017.
GMIT has been awarded funding for a unique project called Creating Entrepreneurs in Food, which aims to build food innovation and entrepreneurship-focused rural communities and economies in the west, and develop a model for Ireland and Europe.