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Bord Bia, through its Talent Academy, is now accepting applications for its 2023 postgraduate programme with up to 20 fully-funded places on offer. The programme includes a fully funded masters at UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, a bursary, and a guaranteed work placement through the agency’s domestic and global network.
Leading Irish retailer, SuperValu, is calling on Mayo’s budding food and drink producers to join this year’s Food Academy Programme.
SuperValu is calling on Galway’s budding food and drink producers to join this year’s Food Academy Programme. This is a huge opportunity for those who have a fantastic idea for a food or beverage product but need support from experts in the industry to launch their business.
Nine different projects have been approved for LEADER funding in Mayo totalling €588,583.
Are you involved in the food sector in or around Athlone?
The case for recommencing private home building is overwhelming, the successful return of education providing the government with a model for a return to relevant construction on April 5.
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.
South West Mayo Development Co. and the Local Enterprise Office Mayo are collaborating on an innovative new project to stimulate food and drink producers in the region, with the aim of developing a strategic plan for the sector to 2025.
BIA Innovator Campus, the multi-million euro food innovation hub in Athenry, has announced Elaine Donohue as its general manager.
The Food Awards Ireland 2019 welcomed over 300 guests at The Crowne Plaza Hotel Dublin Airport on Monday, November 4th in an annual celebration of those who work hard to provide us with delicious dishes and unique experiences when we visit their establishments.