Teagasc Annual Report and Accounts for 2018

Excluding the Net Deferred Funding for Pensions, Teagasc income in 2018 was €195 million (2017 income – €187 million). There was an increase of €6.432 million in Grant in Aid compared to 2017. Research income increased by €1.924 million (6.3%), including increases of €1.835 million in externally funded research grants, €481,000 in analysis fees and […]

Brexit-related storage of additional chemicals prompts safety concerns

Irish firms, who may be increasing their stocks of chemicals ahead of the Brexit deadline on October 31st, are reminded to take the necessary steps to ensure all chemicals are stored safely. Speaking on behalf of the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) today (October 10th), Assistant Chief Executive Yvonne Mullooly has urged companies to fulfil […]

Tipperary food company target international buyers at Anuga

The trade show, which began on Friday 5th October, wraps up today, having welcomed upwards of 167,000 trade visitors from 187 countries. The Irish presence was amplified through Bord Bia’s ‘Origin Green – Ireland’ branded pavilions visible across five halls. Over the five days, Irish food exporters engaged in meetings with influential wholesale and foodservice […]

Convenience Stores and Newsagents Association Members across Tipperary call time on Brexit calamity!

The Convenience Stores and Newsagents Association represents over 1500 retailers, in the convenience store, newsagent and forecourt retail space, across 26 counties. The association is an independent, not-for-profit, advisory and representative body for shopkeepers nationwide. Today, the association released a statement to calm what is being described as Brexit calamity by some members of the […]

Average Tipperary house prices rise 0.7% in past three months – REA survey

The price of the average three-bed semi in County Tipperary rose by 5% over the past year according to a national survey carried out by Real Estate Alliance. County Tipperary prices rose by 0.7% to €171,250 over the past three months, the REA Average House Price Survey found. The survey concentrates on the actual sale […]

Tipperary family-owned business wins Enterprise Ireland Innovation Arena award at the National Ploughing Championships

  From new machinery to cow recognition software solutions for farmers, the most innovative Irish agri-tech and agri-engineering products took home Enterprise Ireland Innovation Arena Awards at the National Ploughing Championships in Carlow. Enterprise Ireland’s Chief Executive, Julie Sinnamon and Managing Director of the National Ploughing Association, Anna May McHugh presented Declan Crosse of Woodco […]

Tipperary’s Woodco Renewable Energy wins at Enterprise Ireland Innovation Arena Awards 2019 at National Ploughing Championships

From new machinery to cow recognition software solutions for farmers, the most innovative Irish agri-tech and agri-engineering products were named this evening by Enterprise Ireland CEO Julie Sinnamon and National Ploughing Association Managing Director Anna May McHugh. They presented the 2019 Enterprise Ireland Innovation Arena Awards at an international networking event, ahead of tomorrow’s National […]

Tipperary Cancer Drug Innovator Is Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur For 2019

A 34 year old Chartered Accountant was named Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur (IBYE) for 2019 at awards ceremony in Dublin. Sharon Cunningham, co-founder of Shorla Pharma, who are supported by Local Enterprise Office Tipperary, took home the top award at today’s event after also winning her national category Best Start-Up Business and securing a total […]

Final Call for Enterprise Ireland’s Competitive Start Fund to accelerate the growth of your start-up

– The final call for All Sectors CSF fast approaches – – Ambitious entrepreneurs and start-ups with an innovative product set for global markets are urged to apply –   Enterprise Ireland’s final Competitive Start Fund (CSF) of 2019 will open to all sectors for applications on Tuesday, September 24th next. The €750,000 fund will […]

Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur Finalists From Tipperary Local Enterprise Office Meet With Ministers #IBYE

The bid to find Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur moves into top gear as candidates prepare for the National Final on 15th September. The Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur (IBYE) National Finalists from Tipperary Local Enterprise Office, Sharon Cunningham and Cathal Bourke, were in Dublin this week to meet with Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather […]

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