Betting Tax Hike Will Cause 352 Job Losses In The South East

The Government’s proposal to hike Betting Tax by 100pc will cost 352 jobs in the South West, according to an analysis by the Irish Bookmakers Association (IBA). Based on its engagement with members since Budget 2019 was announced last Tuesday, the IBA estimates that six bookmakers shops will close permanently in Carlow, seven will close […]

Tipperary and Carlow chosen to pilot landmark innovation, design and sustainability programme, CATALYST

COMPANIES or individuals involved in the food, drink and life science sectors in Tipperary and Carlow have a unique opportunity to grow their business through an exciting new pilot programme targeting small and medium-sized enterprises.   Opportunities available through the landmark CATALYST programme will be unveiled at a master class event at the Institute of […]

Free Water Babies Taster Classes In Tipperary

Water Babies, Ireland’s leading baby and toddler swim school, is going through a major growth spurt in the South East at the moment.    Elaine and George Dunne who brought the award-winning baby swimming classes to Wexford, Waterford, Tipperary, Kilkenny and Carlow over five years ago, are delighted that the business is going swimmingly.  The couple […]

Blacknight Seeks Technical Support Staff for Carlow HQ

Blacknight, Ireland’s leading provider of web hosting and domain names has announced that it is recruiting for both senior and entry-level positions in its Customer Service and Technical Support team. The vacancies are at the company’s headquarters in Carlow where it employs 40 people. Established in 2003, Blacknight is an indigenous Irish technology company offering hosting services in Dublin, […]

Local Enterprise Offices partner with NSAI to provide Standards Workshops for Steel Fabricators

Since their establishment in April 2014, the Local Enterprise Offices have worked with a number of key state agencies and government departments, including the Department of Finance & Department of Communications to deliver a variety of new services to enhance the competitiveness, sustainability, development and growth of Irish SMEs. The Local Enterprise Offices are now […]

Nenagh, Ireland’s Second Dirtiest Town!

A study, carried out by An Taisce for Irish Business Against Litter, has found that there has been further improvement in the cleanliness of Irish towns, with nearly three-quarters of the 53 towns surveyed now said to be as clean as the European norms.  Carlow was announced tidiest town at a ceremony in Dublin on […]