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Local Enterprise Office hosting free webinar for struggling food businesses

This is a challenging time for food businesses of all stripes in Ireland, who are dealing with a complete shift in the way people...

Local Enterprise Office offering help to businesses hurt by coronavirus

Businesses in Galway and elsewhere are struggling with unprecedented difficulties brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. Even if...

Local enterprise office celebrates hundreds of jobs created on 5th anniversary

Galway's Local Enterprise Office is marking its fifth anniversary this year, having helped businesses and entrepreneurs create hundreds of jobs. Since first being set up...

111 new jobs created with the help of Galway’s Local Enterprise Office

Companies supported by the Local Enterprise Office created 111 jobs in Galway last year. Figures revealed by Minister...

Galway Local Enterprise Office created nearly 100 jobs last year

Start-ups receiving financial support from the Local Enterprise Office created 95 jobs in Galway last year, up from 79 in 2016. Companies receiving assistance from...

Over 8,000 jobs in Galway supported by Enterprise Ireland

Record numbers of people now have jobs at businesses in Galway supported by Enterprise Ireland, with a 60% increase in the past decade. The 2019...

Amazing turnout at Women’s Enterprise Day event

There was an impressive turnout for a National Women’s Enterprise Day event in the city to empower women across the West in pursuing their...

More than 50 local producers lined up for the Food, Craft, and Gift Fair

Over 50 local makers of artisan food, drinks, art, jewellery and more will descend on Galway City this month for the annual Food, Craft...

‘Tweeting Goddess’ heads lineup for National Women’s Enterprise day in Galway

Female entrepreneurs from across the west will be coming to Galway for Women's Enterprise Day in October, with award-winning social media expert and 'Tweeting...

The local entrepreneur making offices affordable for all businesses

Getting your own offices is an important point in the growth of any business, showing that an idea is growing to become a legitimate...

Local ceramics artist unveils sculpture in partnership with city business

The Galway based ceramics artists Tatiana Dobos has created a stunning new sculpture which was unveiled at the MetLife city centre offices recently. The beautiful...

Galway’s most enterprising students to battle it out at Student Enterprise County Final

Teenage entrepreneurs from up to 50 schools across the city and county are gearing up for the Galway county finals of the National Student...

Local Enterprise event will help businesses find overseas markets

The Local Enterprise Office here in Galway is looking to the future with an event for local businesses on 'Exploring New...

Regional Enterprise Plan aims for 15% employment boost in the West

The new Regional Enterprise Plan for the West of Ireland has set itself an ambitious goal of increasing employment by 10-15 percent. The plan aims...

Local company Skylark stairs beats Brexit slump to become bigger than ever

After almost collapsing when it's business dried up with Brexit, Galway based stair manufacturers Skylark have turned it around to become a €1 million...

Local businesses compete for Galway Chamber Awards as shortlist announced

The shortlist of local businesses in the running for the 2018 Galway Chamber Business Awards has been announced. The Galway Chamber Business Awards in association...

Traders and craftspeople wanted for this year’s Local Food and Craft fair

Galway Local Enterprise Office is looking for traders and craftspeople to bring their wares to the 7th annual Local Food and Craft Fair. At this...

Local Enterprise Galway offering free Brexit mentoring programme for small businesses

Local Enterprise Office Galway is offering a free Brexit mentoring programme for small businesses across Galway city and county. The aim of this programme from...

Minister Seán Kyne announces funding for AEC Officers

Minister Seán Kyne has announced co-funding for Atlantic Economic Corridor Officers in local authorities. The Galway West TD confirmed funding of €300,000 for each of...

Councils to receive funding to appoint ‘Atlantic Economic Corridor officers’

Funding of €300,000 will be given to the ten county and city councils along the West coast, it has been announced. Minister of State at...
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