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Fáilte Ireland will invest €1 million to improve the websites and digital skillsets of visitor attractions and activity providers in Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands region, it has been announced made by Minister of State for the Office of Public Works and Flood Relief, Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran, with applications now being accepted by the national tourism authority until Wednesday, July 24.
The first call of the Enterprise Ireland Online Retail Scheme has opened for applications.
In a week in which half the country tuned in to see what Dermot Bannon would do for Daniel and Majella, it is appropriate that two of Galway’s largest credit unions announce details of an event that gives us all a chance to create the house of our dreams.
FOR MOST of us, January 2018 is the start of a new year, the beginning of a new cycle of 12 months, but for university students, about to begin a new semester, this is actually the half-way mark in the college calendar.
Edtech Software from Murrisk, Westport, has been announced as one of the 15 winners of the IE Domain Registry’s (IEDR) 2016 OPTIMISE Fund following a nationwide campaign.
Following the formation of the Croagh Patrick stakeholders group late last year which includes all the mountains stakeholders such as the church, Murrisk community, Mayo County Council, South West Mayo Development Company, Mayo Mountain Rescue, Croagh Patrick Archaeological Society, and the tourism and adventure sectors, the group has launched a a new map/information leaflet and signage for Croagh Patrick. The map is the first time that the route is clearly marked out on one ordnance survey sheet and will greatly assist users in navigating the route.
Local company, Glynns Homevalue with stores in Claremorris, Tuam and Milltown is in the running for share of €125,000 OPTIMISE Fund Glynns are calling on the people of Mayo to vote for them to help them make the top ten.
3D food printing, want to see it in action? Then get your tickets fast for Ireland’s very first #FoodTech Startup Weekend! Tickets are €45 with students and unwaged getting 50 per cent off!
In response to changing trends in access to, and in the take-up of services, Cura Crisis Pregnancy Support Services has announced the restructuring of its services designed to continue to meet the contemporary needs of clients, while maintaining Cura’s caring, compassionate and professional approach. This will see all services now based at four centres nationwide, including one in Galway.
Digital Marketing in Mayo (DMiM) is a voluntary organisation which was founded in February 2015 to help Mayo businesses develop their online presence. DMiM is a network which helps businesses in Mayo learn from other businesses that are successful in using digital marketing. DMiM will be holding its next event on Tuesday February 2 in Breaffy House Hotel and Resort at 7pm, tickets for the event cost €5, and are available from www.eventbrite.ie.