Focus Ireland and Bord Gáis Energy call on Tipperary businesses to sleep out in this year’s Shine A Light event on Oct 13

Key findings:   Homelessness is considered the most pressing social issue among the Irish workforce 64% say that taking part in CSR or charitable initiatives positively impacts job satisfaction 85% of employees participate in social and environmental initiatives at work Focus Ireland and Bord Gáis Energy launch the Shine A Light campaign, and appeal to […]

Tipperary businesses urged to re-focus on Brexit readiness

Since March, Covid-19 has overshadowed Brexit. However, for businesses with exposure to the UK, it really is time to re-focus on a political process which may have a longer-lasting impact on the Irish food and agribusiness sector than Covid-19.   At an individual business level, with diminished cash reserves, many workforces, including management teams, are […]

Tipperary Businesses can apply for Restart Grant for Small Businesses from today Friday 22 May

The government has announced details of the new €250 million Restart Grant, which will give direct grant aid to micro and small businesses to help them with the costs associated with reopening and reemploying workers following COVID-19 closures. The Grant Programme is devised as a contribution towards the cost of re-opening or keeping a business […]

‘BizTech’ strategists on hand to help Tipperary businesses ramp up post crisis

A team of business strategists, technologists and design thinkers at one of Waterford Institute of Technology’s research centres RIKON are offering their services to businesses across Co Tipperary impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. Research centre RIKON is an approved supplier for the Enterprise Ireland/IDA and Local Enterprise Office (LEO) funded Business Continuity Supports for Enterprises […]

Covid-19 Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme and Pandemic Unemployment Payment

Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the government has introduced various measures to support individuals and businesses who have lost their income due to the current crisis. Among these measures is a Covid-19 Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme (TWSS) to support employers so that they can retain their employees and a Covid-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment […]

Tipperary Businesses to learn how to cut costs and emissions at free Local Enterprise Office breakfast briefing

Businesses of all shapes and sizes across Tipperary who want to save money, cut harmful emissions and transition to a low carbon economy now have a unique opportunity to learn for free from fellow enterprises and energy experts in their bid to go green. Local Enterprise Office (LEO) Tipperary has teamed up with energy engineers […]

Tipperary businesses wasting €2m a year on line rental – telecoms expert

Tipperary businesses are needlessly paying over €2m in phone line rental, according to telecoms expert Stephen Brewer. The former Apple board member believes that Irish companies are wasting money on line rental when technology allows them to host their business lines in the cloud, providing a far better service at a much cheaper price. “There […]

Shopify comes to Nenagh to deliver eCommerce Training Course for Tipperary Businesses

The Canadian Based platform Shopify, trusted by over 600,000 businesses worldwide is delivering a pilot training programme in Tipperary in conjunction with the Local Enterprise Office. This initiative is designed to assist local retailers to extend their reach and attract new customers through the creation of an online presence and an eCommerce store. The program […]

Business Invitation – Midwest Business Network Visitor’s Day 18th Nov 2016

After a hugely successful first year, Midwest Business Network is inviting the Tipperary and surrounding business community to attend its meetings and join its organisation. Midwest Business Network is a next generation of ‘Shop Local’ campaigns. The highly publicised ‘Shop Local’ campaigns throughout the country in recent years have greatly assisted local economies through encouraging […]

Tipperary companies encouraged to enter SFA National Small Business Awards 2017

The SFA National Small Business Awards 2017 have been officially launched by Awards Patron, An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, TD.  Small firms (employing less than 50 people) have until 21 October to enter free of charge on The aim of the awards is to celebrate the achievements of small business in Ireland, and to recognise […]

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