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Galway Chamber Business Awards shortlist announced

Despite the incredible challenges 2020 posed for businesses thanks to you-know-what, businesses in Galway exceeded all expectations, innovating and adapting to survive and thrive.This...

Galway based sports tech company Orreco raises €3 million investment

Galway based sports performance and bio-analytics company Orreco raised €3 million in a recent investment round, and plans to create 30 jobs as it...

Galway company named as finalist in Digital Business Awards!

A Galway company has been named as a finalist in the upcoming Digital Business Awards taking place in the new year.What’s For Dinner.ie, which...

11 prominent retailers awarded grants for online sales

Eleven retailers in Co. Galway have been awarded funding under the COVID-19 Online Retail Scheme, which aims to increase online sales at home and...

Galway Chamber wins national award for campaign to ‘Get Galway Moving’

Galway Chamber took home the "Most Successful Policy Campaign" for their campaign to 'Get Galway Moving' at the annual Chambers Ireland awards.'Get Galway Moving'...

Galway cyber security company TitanHQ secures major investment

The Galway based cyber security company TitanHQ has secured a major investment from the UK private equity fund Livingbridge.Headquartered in Salthill, and with offices...

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 they have not already been forced to...

‘Preparing your business for Customs’ workshop

With Brexit coming in the new year, Irish businesses are being advised to prepare for dealing with some form of Customs checks in trading...

Start-up support programme extended in Galway by popular demand

A new initiative helping people in Galway interested in establishing their own start-up company has been extended due to the high level of interest. The...

Free event to help businesses get Brexit ready

The British Irish Chamber of Commerce and Ulster Bank are holding a free event in Galway for businesses looking beyond the Brexit at the...

‘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...

Quirky Galway socks company Irish Socksciety launches its summer collection

The Galway sock company Irish Socksciety, which has made it's way into drawers around the world with its Irish humour based socks. is launching...

Galway company C&F Tooling posts multi million profit with 27% jump

The Galway based manufacturing company C&F Tooling had a very successful year, recording a 27 percent increase in profits to €2.279 million in 2017. According...

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...

Galway based Corrib Food Products sells to Spar owner

Local food producer Corrib Food Products has been bought by the Irish food retail and wholesale giant BWG Foods. Corrib Food Products is a local...

Galway has 100 pubs less than it did 13 years ago

Galway has almost 100 less pubs than it did in 2005 according to the Drinks Industry Group Ireland. According to figures released by the DIGI,...
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