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Galway female entrepreneur Sinead Kenny has been selected for the innovative ‘Going for Growth’ business network
Galway is now home to a local chapter of the premier entrepreneurial business growth organization in the World. The Galway GKIC Monthly Marketing and Business-Building Summit announces its kick-off meeting on Thursday, January 9 at 7pm in the Ballybane Enterprise Centre, Ballybane.
Galway city will be the scene of the crime as the premier show of murder mystery dinner theatre company ‘Murder on the Menu’ draws near.
A new home care company, which prides itself on its kind and caring staff, was set up to meet the growing need to help people live independently at home.
Supporting Women Entrepreneurs Mentoring and Business Seminar— an event being run by BPW Galway and the Chamber of Commerce, is now open for registration. The event will take place In the Salthill Hotel on September 14, from 11.00pm to 5.00pm.
A local entrepreneur has turned the recession to his advantage by setting up a training business in Kiltimagh. Determination and good timing has seen Allen Business Consultancy expand its services and a new premises was officially opened last week.
The national profile of young Westport entrepreneur Liam Printer continues to grow as hundreds of thousands of listeners tuned in to his interview live in studio on Today FM’s Ray D’Arcy Show on Tuesday. Liam is the current Irish National Snowboard Champion having won two gold medals at The Irish Ski and Snowboard Championships in France. He is also a director and head of ;anguages at the highly successful FETAC accredited national training and education provider, The Learning Curve Institute, which he set up with his business partner in 2009. He has now started a spin off product of The LCI with his “Learning Curve Camps” where students from all over the world gather together in the Alps to learn languages in a full immersion environment, ski or snowboard with The Irish National Snowboard Champion, and come home with an internationally recognised FETAC accredited certificate in the language they are studying.
Galway businesses planning to enter the inaugural SCCUL Entrepreneur of the Year awards are being urged to submit their entries as soon as possible.
“Creating opportunity in a downturn – Innovate or Die!” will be the theme of next week’s meeting of the Mayo Open Coffee Club, and the key speaker will be a Mayo man who has carved out a business niche in outer space.
Ballina Chamber hosted a very successful seminar entitled Building Business in Ballina last Wednesday in the Downhill House Hotel as part of their Business After Hours series.