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61 jobs saved in Galway as company exits examinership

Sixty-one jobs have been saved in Galway as Supreme Deliveries Ltd became one of the first companies to successfully exit examinership during the COVID-19...

Cafes, small shops and other Galway businesses urged to apply for restart grants

Cafes, hairdressers, clothes shops and other small businesses across Gawlay have been urged to apply for the new €250m Restart Grant. The grants will help...

Government announces major expansion of supports for businesses

A major expansion of supports for businesses impacted by COVID-19 has been announced. Minister Heather Humphreys announced that a package worth €1 billion in liquidity measures...

New Irish website to buy local products online launches today

A new online market will be launched today which will allow people to buy local products online, while staying at home during the coronavirus...

Businesses urged to avail of Wage Subsidy Scheme by re-employing staff

Employers who have already laid off workers have been reminded that they still avail of the Temporary COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Scheme, by re-employing their...

Facebook offers free training events for SMEs during crisis

As businesses across Ireland adjust to shop closures and social distancing, SMEs are shifting from an in-person to online model to keep their employees...

Businesses urged to look at supports before letting staff go

Businesses in the county have been reminded of the package of supports open to them. East Galway TD Ciaran Cannon has said that employers should...

94% of businesses see revenue declining over next three months

Ninety-four percent of businesses expect to see their revenue declining over the next three months, according to a new survey.

Unmissable Galway Chamber business event to take place in February

The eagerly awaited Galway Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours event will take place on Thursday 27 February in The Ardilaun Hotel,...

Genesys employees raise thousands for local charity

Employees at Genesys have raised €8,489 for local charity, COPE Galway. The money was raised by employees and...

Galway’s business community to take part in major Sleep Out fundraiser

Men and women from across Galway’s business community will take part in COPE Galway’s biggest fundraising event of the year tomorrow night, Friday 6...

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...

Galway TD unsure about pedestrianisation of Athenry town centre

Any talk of pedestrianisation in the centre of Athenry needs careful consideration, Galway East TD Sean Canney has said. The Independent TD spoke hesitantly about...

Galway women with businesses urged to apply for ACORNS funding

Women in Galway with new businesses or well-developed business ideas should apply for funding under the ACORNS programme, a Galway East TD has said. ACORNS...

What steps can Galway businesses take ahead of Brexit?

With Boris at the wheel in London steering the United Kingdom into a no-deal Brexit, there are concerns about what this will mean for...

Galway International Arts Festival receives warm welcome at Irish Embassy in London

Galway International Arts Festival received a warm welcome at a reception held at the Irish Embassy in London this week. Ambassador of Ireland to the...

Priceless tips to be offered to small businesses at social media event

Small businesses in South Galway will have an opportunity to become social media savvy at an event in Gort later this month. Burren Biz Network's gathering...

It’s a Pillow Made of Wool: it’s a Woolow

If you aren’t getting a great night’s rest, it may be time to stop counting sheep, and sleep on one instead. A Galway farmer...

Galway software start-up doubles workforce since being bought by US company

Galway-based software firm Altocloud has doubled its workforce here since being acquired by US tech-giant Genesys earlier this year. The artificial intelligence company founded by...

CAO 2018: Galway institutes see major points increases in Engineering and Business

The first round of CAO offers are out this morning and job orientated fields like business and engineering have trumped the arts and sciences...
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Coronavirus: 1 death and 11 new cases in Ireland

There has been one new death of a person with COVID-19 reported today, along with 11 new confirmed coronavirus cases in the Republic. There have...

Plans submitted for 62 hectare solar farm outside Tuam

Plans have been submitted to Galway County Council for the construction of a 62 hectare solar farm just outside of Tuam. The planning application, which...

Teaching Council strongly praises dedication of school communities

The Teaching Council has strongly commended the dedication of school communities to connect with each other and to facilitate remote learning in a wide...

Weather warning for Galway lifted by Met Eireann

A Status Yellow weather warning which was issued for Galway and much of the west of Ireland yesterday has been lifted by Met Eireann. The...
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