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Ten of the 40 new jobs announced this week by top sports retailer Elverys Intersport are to be based at the company's head office in Castlebar.
A new online group has been launched in an endeavour to promote John Broderick.
With Geraldine Monaghan at the helm, Holistic Rainbow Clinic, Caherlistrane, has gone from strength to strength. The clinic has a variety of offerings including emotion code, house and land geopathic stress clearings, and sound and energy sessions, so you are sure to find something to soothe your aches or calm your anxiety (Free 100 per cent soul retrievals available).
Galway retailers remain upbeat about the future of retail in Ireland, however the overwhelming majority say the Government at local and national level is not doing enough to support the retail economy.
HPSU Skillnet is offering 42 places to eligible participants on a comprehensive, practical training course covering SEO, digital marketing, content management, wordpress, social media and ecommerce in Galway.
In-Tuition Galway has launched an interactive and social way for the customers of local Galway businesses to showcase their support for local retailers and businesses online this Christmas.
Galway Executive Skillnet (GES) is hosting three events over the coming weeks. Managing Finance is the first of these events on Oct. 2 with Susan Hayes, the positive economist. Ms Hayes is an experienced financial trainer and entrepreneur and shares her knowledge with others in a practical and easily implementable format. Finance is the lifeblood of every business. However, sometimes SMEs find themselves trying to organise chaos coming up to accounting deadlines, suffering lumpy cashflow situations and feeling at the mercy of the bank account balance.
The Innovation in Business Centre, Castlebar, will host an interactive open day on Wednesday June 5 on how to enter the US market. There will also be opportunities to talk to the local State enterprise support agencies, as well as sessions facilitated by IiBC clients focusing on attracting investment, setting up an online business, aquaculture, and reducing costs with lean solutions.
Following hugely successful markets in Dublin, Sligo, and Galway, Baby Bay Market are coming to Athlone.
One of the Middle East’s most hotly regarded digital entrepreneurs, Galway-native Paul Kenny has announced that he is delighted to have teamed up with the Galway Advertiser as it launches a series of exciting new digital online products in the coming year.