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Leading Irish entrepreneurs to address GMIT’s Spirit of Entrepreneurship event

Two leading Irish entrepreneurs, Niall Harbison of Simply Zesty and Seamus McCann of Astec Global, are to address the annual GMIT Spirit of Entrepreneurship seminar in the GMIT Mayo campus on Monday September 16, as part of Mayo Ideas Week.

The Learning Institute - rebranded but still offering hi-tec education

HiTec Education, the leading provider of private education and PLC courses, has announced the relaunch of its flagship new education centre.

Fringe Festival art exhibitions

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THE GALWAY Fringe Festival continues up to Sunday so there is still time to see any of its 16 art exhibitions throughout the city.

GMIT Mayo launches BA in contemporary art practices

GMIT is offering a new four-year part-time BA degree in contemporary art practices in its Mayo campus, commencing next January (2014).

When will the blather machine ever run dry?

I don’t do sincerity very well. Don’t get me wrong, it‘s not a flaw or anything which gets me down, it’s just a conditioning, a layer that has applied itself to me since a long time back. There are days when I wish I was a very principled person, one who could be strongly committed to one cause of another. I encounter lots of people who strongly believe in a cause or a campaign and I lay the resources of my pages at their disposal and I admire them. But I’m not one of them. And because I’m afflicted with a latent lack of sincerity, I tend to get that little twitch in my nose when I detect similar insincerity, when I resist the temptation to have an almighty yawn and say to someone ‘save the bullshit for someone else.”

When will the blather machine ever run dry?

I don’t do sincerity very well. Don’t get me wrong, it‘s not a flaw or anything which gets me down, it’s just a conditioning, a layer that has applied itself to me since a long time back. There are days when I wish I was a very principled person, one who could be strongly committed to one cause of another. I encounter lots of people who strongly believe in a cause or a campaign and I lay the resources of my pages at their disposal and I admire them. But I’m not one of them. And because I’m afflicted with a latent lack of sincerity, I tend to get that little twitch in my nose when I detect similar insincerity, when I resist the temptation to have an almighty yawn and say to someone ‘save the bullshit for someone else.”

Natulique organic based hair colour for salons has arrived

Natulique is a Danish brand of hair colour that is certified by Ecocert, the leading organic certification body in Europe. The brand is being very well received in Ireland and the UK. It is the healthiest hair colour on the market with 68 shades and colours to offer clients.

50 years since JFK, but it may as well be a hundred

Over the course of the next week, you will be regaled with anecdotes about the day the most famous man in the world came to Galway and how for one day, everything came to a standstill. And how the snapshots in our mind, whether they be colour or black and white were forever crystallised on those heady days and in the sad months that followed, as reality became legend and legend became myth.

GMIT to host ninth national Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference this week

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Delegates from the Irish hospitality sector will gather in GMIT today (Thursday) and tomorrow for the ninth annual Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference (THRIC). Hosted by the GMIT College of Tourism and Arts, the conference gathers industry, academia, and students together to discuss the sector’s research and industry trends.

Rubbish talk worth hearing — binman turns life lessons into winning sales techniques

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A former bin man has launched his first book detailing 100 winning sales techniques which have seen the company he works for experience 18 per cent sales growth year-on-year.

 

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