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You know, for some people, 2013 will be their best year ever.
Midlands Simon Community are delighted to announce that the first annual ‘A Song for Simon’ songwriting contest is now accepting entries for 2013.
Mayo members of the National Off-Licence Association (NOffLA) have called on the Irish Government to introduce a mandatory training programme for all retailers of alcohol.
Have you an idea for a new business? Have you considered building your business using the internet? With the national focus on new work opportunities, Galway-based training company In Tuition are running an innovative training programme for jobseekers on building a successful business using the internet. A free introductory training workshop will take place in Ballybane Enterprise Centre on Tuesday 3rd April from 6.30 – 9.00pm.
The Ballina and District Trades Council members this week expressed their concern about the decision of Ballina Town Council to refuse planning permission for a McDonald’s restaurant in the town. A statement issued by Matt Farrell from the group said: “On reviewing the reasons given for the refusal it would seem that the whole focus was on why this should not happen as opposed to what we could do to make this employment opportunity materialise.” The members went on to call on the town council to give serious consideration for the positive aspects of the proposed development, and that a positive image of town being open for business needed to be promoted, saying: “Over the last few years there has been much talk about various retailers trying to come to Ballina but these plans have seldom materialised. As a town we need to be careful of the perception [whether true or not] that Ballina is not open for additional business. We need to strive to be seen as a town that is willing to develop our existing business and welcoming new enterprise as opposed to the town that holds a quarter of all the unemployed of Mayo.”
Irish companies are lagging behind and losing massive market share to their UK and US counterparts according to research by the .ie Domain Registry (IEDR).
Jobseekers are being offered free places on an internet training programme in Galway.
South West Gnó Skillnet is running an innovative training programme for jobseekers this evening in conjunction with a Galway based firm. Taking place in the Oranmore Lodge Hotel from 7pm to 10pm, this introductory programme will outline to participants how they can build a successful web-based business without needing external web design or IT support.
An innovative, practical based enterprise training and mentoring programme for people who plan to start up their own businesses or develop their existing one is to commence in the GMIT Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) in Castlebar in October following the success of the two previous programmes. South West Mayo Development Company will be providing support with the development of the programme.
Getting Irish Business Online (www.gettingbusinessonline.ie) is a partnership between Google, Blacknight Internet Solutions, An Post and the County and City Enterprise Boards and is targeting the 40 per cent of Irish SMEs including sole traders that do not have a website or an online presence. The campaign is calling on all businesses that do not have a website to log on to www.gettingbusinessonline.ie where they can create their business website for free.