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Galway-based company JFC Manufacturing Ltd has secured a €2 million deal which will see it opening a new factory in South Africa, in a joint venture with local plastics design company Accelerate Design Ltd, and generating potential sales of €2.5 million over the next two years.
Local business network EWN are opening their doors to welcome Westmeath enterprises to share in their strategy to help recession-proof your business.
Businesses from all over Offaly and Westmeath came together on Monday this week to participate in the second annual Midlands Business-to-Business Speed Networking event in the Tullamore Court Hotel.
Last month Renault Ireland launched a scrappage scheme for the Irish market. Motorists can cash in on a €1,500 bounty which is redeemable on the purchase of any new Renault car and/or light commercial vehicle, when you scrap your car with any of their dealerships. It says that the scheme is for motor vehicles of all makes and models that are over eight years old. The offer comes in addition to a trade-in allowance.
The announcement last week that Galway is to gain 90 new IT related jobs in two separate announcements by Hewlett Packard and Buy.com is a timely reminder that, despite all the doom and gloom, Galway and the western region still has a strong and thriving technology industry.
Fine Gael party leader Enda Kenny said he was “heartened” by the enthusiasm of the Westmeath and Roscommon business leaders he met in Athlone last Thursday, as part of a series of economics fora being held around the country.
There was good news on the jobs front this week with the announcement that StreamServe Inc, a leading provider of business communications solutions, is to set up its Irish operations in Galway thereby creating 20 jobs.
The Booker Prize nominated Galway author Gerard Donovan is among those set to receive the NUI, Galway Alumni Award at a gala banquet in March.