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The local business office of Fingal County Council is committing all its resources to helping businesses in Fingal survive the current coronavirus crisis. Some businesses have been forced to shut down or have seen sales and revenues drop significantly over the past week, but Fingal LEO has made it known that they are still here …

Minister Humphreys introduces new measure as part of COVID-19 business support program Posted: Thu March 26, 2020, 8:36 PM Last update: Fri, 15 Oct 2021, 05:37 AM Photo – Christine Charlton, Westmeath Local Business Office. The new Business Continuity Voucher is now available through the local Westmeath Business Office and is open to independent traders …

Businesses in Galway and beyond are grappling with unprecedented hardship brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. Even though they have not already been forced to close due to the spread of the coronavirus, they face issues with lower traffic, staff issues due to the self-isolation of people, and problems with Treasury. Local Enterprise Office Galway …

A young education delivery company, 5ive Global, led by Vincent English of Vernier Europe Ltd is this year’s winner of the Longford Enterprise Award, winning the award at a county final presentation held at Restaurant Nine Arches, Ballymahon. 5ive Global is a consortium of international universities, colleges and football clubs offering mixed specialist qualifications to …

Recently, over 250 Tipperary-based entrepreneurs and small business owners participated in 20 business initiatives across the county as part of Local Business Week. The week kicked off at Birdhill with the announcement of The Old Barracks Coffee Roasters as Tipperary’s representative at the 22nd National Enterprise Awards taking place at Mansion House in Dublin next …

Major plans have been unveiled for a huge estate of 624 housing units, a local center, a park and commercial units. Developer Richborough Estates is keen to use the £ 90million Congleton Link Road project to create the Viking Way offshore housing development. General plans suggest there will be 624 homes, 7.4 hectares of employment …

WORK on nine business units on the outskirts of Haddington could begin within a few months. East Lothian Council gave the green light to industrial units west of Arthurs Way at the end of February. The units, which are described as belonging to Class 4 – research and product development companies or offices – are …

Local Business Week kicked off yesterday in Kilkenny with a Business Development Seminar at the Kilkenny Hotel. Company Week is a national initiative of the Local Enterprise Office network that includes a series of informational events, workshops and seminars taking place across the country from March 2-6. The Business Start-Up Seminar – Learn the Network, …