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Dave Callaghan, founder of Mobile Connections is sadly closing his doors on February 3, after 11 years, eight months, and two days in business.
Snap Printing Athlone received one of the highest accolades in the Irish printing industry when they scooped the top award in the Digital Print category of the Print of the Year awards in Dublin at the weekend.
A new move to allow businesses file their annual accounts online is expected to save firms up to €29 million, according to Minister for Enterprise, Trade, and Innovation Batt O’Keeffe.
Headed paper regulation changes for companies are expected to save more than €13 million annually, as a result of a move by the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation, Batt O’Keeffe, to scrap the need to reprint headed notepaper with new names each time directorships change.
For the second time in three years Snap Printing Athlone has been selected as a finalist at the National Print Awards 2010. The Oscars style event is being held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Dublin on November 26 and will see the very best print companies in Ireland vying for the top awards.
A new survey among IT professionals in Ireland and the UK has found that 86 per cent of senior IT professionals are still reliant on paper records, with over half of these (51 per cent) stating that they are very reliant. Just one per cent of respondents stated that they “hardly ever” have to rely on paper records while the remaining 13 per cent admitted being “occasionally reliant”. The research was carried out by document management software company Version One among 86 senior IT professionals across a range of UK and Irish public and private sector organisations.
Award-winning Galway-based printing company Castle Print has secured an exciting new contract as the first Irish print company to produce packaging for leading Irish beauty and skincare specialists, VOYA. Previous to this, Sligo-based VOYA was unable to find a suitable Irish supplier with the resources needed to produce its high end packaging. Now Castle Print can meet the company’s specialised requirements with competitive pricing structures, efficient service, and high quality prints.
Many years ago I had the privilege of being invited, with Alf MacLochlain, then the Librarian at NUI Galway, to contribute to a Radio One programme on the state of the Irish publishing industry, which was then flourishing for the first time in the country’s history.
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It’s difficult to imagine that only six months ago Darren Doyle, owner of Studio93, was watching his office and business go up in flames. Studio93, a creative marketing agency, was one of the six businesses located in Roseland House, Moate that was destroyed by a fire in October.