Tipperary going for Gold as The National Q Mark Award nominations are announced

The National Q Mark Awards | Friday September 28th | Clayton Hotel, Dublin 4 The National Q Mark Awards 2018 nominations have been announced and Tipperary has two nominations this year. These nominations mean that these businesses are in the top 6.75% of all audits completed by the EIQA on the island of Ireland.  This is […]

Tipperary business women urge local company owners to join ACORNS – a development programme for rural female entrepreneurs

No charge for ACORNS programme which will assist 50 new female entrepreneurs in rural areas Call open for those with new businesses – or well-developed ideas for new ventures — to join the latest cycle Past participants on the Government-backed programme report increased sales, exports and jobs   The call is open for early-stage female […]

12 Year Old Children Make Classroom Sales Of €220,000 With JEP

The Junior Entrepreneur Programme (JEP)  has launched its 2019 recruitment programme, inviting primary schools across the island to participate in its entrepreneurship programme. The programme centres around primary schoolchildren in 5th and 6th class learning about entrepreneurship and launching classroom businesses. The businesses range from clocks to games to books and solutions for everyday problems. JEP) […]

“Beyond Local” event hosted by Local Enterprise Offices highlights opportunities in key overseas markets

SMEs in the Mid West region have been told that enterprises in Ireland should consider the opportunities of internationalising their business as a means of overcoming the challenges of Brexit and other market developments. Pat Breen, T.D., Minister of State for Trade, Employment, Business, Eu Digital Single Market and Data Protection, made the comment while […]

€1 million in start-up funding for overseas entrepreneurs and experienced business professionals

The Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD, has announced two new Competitive Start Funds (CSFs) totalling up to €1 million to support overseas entrepreneurs and start-ups led by experienced business professionals. The funds, which will run simultaneously, will be administered by Enterprise Ireland. Each fund will provide up to €50,000 in equity […]

The Future of the Mid-West region is Autonomous and Artificial

That was the message delivered to Minister Pat Breen at a recent meeting of the Mid-West Action Plan for Jobs Implementation Committee. “The Mid-West region is leading the way in a number of emerging disruptive technologies including the autonomous vehicle – through the presence of global leaders such as Jaguar LandRover, Analog Devices, DELL, Intel […]

Shabby.ie, Borrisokane, accredited with Design Leader in Upcycling 2018-19

Leading lights in Irish Business descended on Croke Park last Thursday 19th April for the Fourth Annual All-Ireland Business Summit powered by Audi, where a 1000 strong audience from all 32 counties were captivated by the speakers who revealed their top secrets, confessions and the do’s and don’ts that have helped them achieve their business […]

C&C agrees sale of Pallas Street site in Borrisoleigh, Co. Tipperary

 C&C Group plc (“C&C” or the “Group”) confirms it has agreed to sell the former Tipperary Water, Pallas Street site in Borrisoleigh, Co. Tipperary, as a going concern, to Oscar Wilde Water Company Ltd. This is a standalone sale, comprising the Pallas Street site and its associated infrastructure. C&C retains full ownership of the production, […]

Brexit mentoring for Tipp businesses – Details at Brexit Seminar in the Horse & Jockey March 15th

Local Enterprise Office (LEO)  Tipperary will shortly be making available Brexit mentoring to businesses in Tipperary. Find out more at the Brexit Seminar in the Horse & Jockey next Thursday 15th March from 9.30am to 12pm, attendance at which will significantly assist with making a successful application for mentoring. At this Brexit Seminar, LEO Tipperary […]

Construction Industry requires more female workers to solve Ireland’s housing and infrastructure crises

Survey shows just over 70% of construction companies recognise the need for more women in the industry Industry aims to increase proportion of female workers in the industry from 10% to 25% by 2030  A survey by the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) has found that on average approximately only 1 out of 10 construction workers […]

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