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Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards open to Connacht companies

Ulster Bank is calling on SMEs across Connacht to enter the 20th Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards.

Colm Keaveney - the kingmaker the next Labour leader might need?

One of the most engrossing political sagas of the current Dáil has been the venomous relationship between the Labour leadership and the party’s maverick Galway East TD Colm Keaveney.

Information evening for Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh next week

Gaillimh le Gaeilge is calling on Galway’s local businesses and organisations to attend an Information Evening on the Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh award in the Carlton Hotel, Dublin Road, from 6.30pm -7.30 pm, on Tuesday Jan 29.

triAthlone 2011 plans contingent on agreement of traders

Saturday July 2 is the date to put in your diaries for triAthlone 2011, providing an agreement can be reached in the coming weeks with the town’s traders, some of whom say they suffered a loss of business during last year’s event.

Getting creative in the fight for survival

It may seem like a strange thing to say — especially in light of the claim by a leading stockbroker last week that the country is officially out of recession — but in some ways, this downturn has been good for us. Of course it is awful, terrible in the many ways it is hitting people in the pocket, in terms of job security, the desperate negative equity situation, fear for the future, and the general air of anxiety it has generated in society. At the same time, now that we have grown used to having to put up with all of these new stresses and are no longer playing the designer-name-keeping-up-with-the-Joneses game, we are being challenged on other levels and what is coming to the fore is our creativity.

Government commits €4 million for Galway’s Volvo Ocean Race stopover bid

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Galway stands a real chance of again hosting a stopover in the 2010 Volvo Ocean Race, and thereby enjoying a major economic and tourism boost, with the announcement this week that the Government has committed €4 million to support the city’s bid to host a port stopover.

JCI Galway honours Galway’s top young entrepreneurs for the eleventh year

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Who will be Galway’s 11th Young Entrepreneur of the Year? The success of the JCI Galway Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award can be seen from its 11 years in existence. The competition celebrates the entrepreneurial vision of budding young Galway entrepreneurs like past winners Mike O’Connor of Bellissimo, Liam Dilleen of EZ Living, Pearce Flannery of Pragmatica, and Declan Ganley of Rivada Communications. The diversity of business ventures has been the hallmark of the competition. It was the success of Joerg Mueller’s dream to turn herbal medicine into a profession that led him to win last year’s competition.

 

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