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A free event where professionals will deliver advice on the essential tools needed for every start up business will be held on May 7 in the Pillo Hotel from 9am to 1pm.
Westmeath construction companies and sole traders can now apply to join the new register for the construction industry. The Construction Industry Register Ireland (CIRI) is being set up to help distinguish competent, experienced construction companies and sole traders from those who have given the construction industry a bad name.
NUI Galway will hosts Ireland’s only Harry Potter Convention when PotterFest Galway takes place from January 31 to February 2 in the university’s Bailey Allen Hall.
A street trader who claimed that €2,500 found in his brother’s house during a search for stolen property was his, was given a month to provide receipts and tax clearance certificates to prove this.
We are living in a visual and fast-paced society. When reaching consumers you only have a certain time in which to capture and hold their interest in order to kill the deal, Athlone Chamber heard as they welcomed member new member Makin Media Mobile.
There are adequate Garda resources in the Castlebar Garda district according to the superintendent of Castlebar, Pat Diskin. At the town’s JPC meeting on Monday the superintendent said that Garda resources in Castlebar were not an issue and he also said that crime in the area had “reduced significantly” in the past year—down 56 per cent for burglary offences; assaults are down 38 per cent; public order offences are down 15 per cent; and there has been a 22 per cent reduction in criminal damage offences. “Crime is coming down with the resources we have,” but Supt Diskin added “we can’t be complacent.”
The Innovation in Business Centre, Castlebar, will host an interactive open day on Wednesday June 5 on how to enter the US market. There will also be opportunities to talk to the local State enterprise support agencies, as well as sessions facilitated by IiBC clients focusing on attracting investment, setting up an online business, aquaculture, and reducing costs with lean solutions.
It is Christmas Day in the workhouse,
Householders who use registered tradespeople for home maintenance and improvements should be given tax relief in the forthcoming Budget.
Fine Gael Councillor Noreen Heston has urged small local businesses that have been refused credit by the banks to apply to the Government’s new Microfinance Scheme. The €90 million scheme has been available to businesses since the beginning of October. “This new scheme will be of huge benefit to small businesses in Mayo which have been refused traditional sources of finance. Any business or sole trader employing up to 10 people who have been refused by the banks for loans of up to €25,000 can apply. Over the 10-year lifetime of the scheme it is expected that over €90 million will be provided to 5,500 small businesses with the creation of up to 7,700 jobs,” Councillor Heston explained.