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Athlone company OxyMem has been named winner of the Innovation Award for its ‘compelling breakthrough’ technology in wastewater treatment at the 11th annual Sustainable Energy Awards. The Sustainable Energy Awards, which reward excellence in energy management, is hosted by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) and sponsored by Electric Ireland.
A new training programme to provide start up assistance to small food businesses has been launched in Galway.
Galway FC, which is making an Airtricity licence application for the 2014 domestic season, has appointed Tommy Dunne as manager.
An exciting addition to the marketing world has come into being with the launch of new marketing business called B*Different. Founded by Mayo business woman, Eimear McCormack, B*Different promises to deliver a quirky and original one stop shop for all big and little brands’ marketing needs. From digital marketing across to traditional marketing activity B*Different promises to make each client’s brand stand out from his/her competition by creating and implementing tailored digital marketing plans for each business.
The midlands branch of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is pleased to announce details of an upcoming event: Social Media 101 for HR. This event, which is kindly sponsored by Vhi Healthcare and the Athlone Springs Hotel, will take place in the Athlone Springs Hotel at 5.30pm on Wednesday November 21. There will be a networking opportunity at the start followed by the speaker commencing at 6pm sharp.
Starting next week the Galway County and City Enterprise Board is rolling out a new programme of training courses in May and June designed and priced with the small to middle sized business in mind. The courses are also relevant for someone who is thinking of starting a business and not sure of the next step to take, or someone with an idea and not sure how to develop or make it happen.
Fund It, Ireland’s first crowdfunding website, has attracted pledges of over €632,000 for creative projects in its first year with €3,025 pledged to County Westmeath based performance project,‘Fidget Feet’. The start-up facilitates pre-sales and micro-philanthropy for creative projects in areas such as art, design, fashion, film, technology, music and performance.
According to presidential candidate Seán Gallagher entrepreneurs are the innovators who create jobs and keep our communities alive and together.
A new book aimed for potential entrepreneurs and business people has been written by Galway's Bernard O'Hara.
Level One, Galway’s successful serviced office company, is offering free support to new start-ups and growing businesses. Wishing to help stimulate business development in Galway, Level One is providing advice through established service providers in the areas of finance, IT, law, graphic design and web development.