Local Enterprise Office

Welcome to Local Enterprise Office CAVAN

What is the Local Enterprise Office?

The Local Enterprise Office is for people who are interested in starting up a new business and for existing businesses who are looking to grow.

We work with entrepreneurs, early-stage promoters, start-ups and expanding businesses.

The Local Enterprise Office provides advice, information and support to business and start-ups, as part of a network of 31 dedicated teams across the Local Authority network in Ireland.

An initiative of the Action Plan for Jobs, Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs) are committed to delivering an enhanced and more integrated support service for micro and small businesses in Ireland.

Your Local Enterprise Office, LEO Cavan, offers a wide range of services, experience and skills to help you get started or to grow your business.

How Can We Help You?

Local Enterprise Office Cavan serves as a first stop shop to provide support and services to start, grow and develop micro business in Cavan.

The key objectives of LEO Cavan are to provide;

Upcoming Events

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31/07/2024How to Make Reels Like a Pro - 31st July Book online
12/08/2024Start Your Own Business Programme 12.08.24 Book online
27/08/2024Finding & Winning Tenders - 27th August Book online
04/09/2024Basic Bookkeeping 4th September Book online
10/09/2024Start Your Own Business Programme - 10.09.24 Book online
12/09/2024Trading Online Voucher (TOV) Information Seminar - Online 12.09.24... Book online
19/09/2024Advertising on Google - 19th September Book online

Latest News

Case Studies

  • 14/01/2019


    See How LEO Cavan Help in Making It Happen. Meet Jess Kavanagh of Olann, based in Drung, Co. Cavan, who exports 99% of her hand-dyed yarns around the world and employs 7 staff. ...

  • 24/01/2017


    Ireland's growing reputation as a destination for customer service contact centres has opened up a gap in the market for local suppliers. Gordon O'Neill, co-founder of cloud-based telecoms provider Goldfish in County Wicklow, tells us how this industry is providing new opportunities for SMEs ...

  • 24/01/2017

    Carlingford Brewing Company

    After more than a decade working in accountancy and recruitment, Des Goldrick decided to set-up his own craft beer enterprise. Today, he’s brewing up a storm in his own business, as he takes us on a tour of the Carlingford Brewing Company in County Louth ...

Our Partners

  • LGMA
  • Enterprise Ireland
  • CITC
  • Companies Registration Office
  • County Enterprise Association Ireland
  • Department of Social Protection
  • Dept. of Enterprise, Trade & Employment
  • Dept. of Env Climate and Communications
  • Dept. of Rural and Community Development
  • Education and Training Boards Ireland
  • Failte Ireland
  • IDA
  • Intertrade Ireland
  • Microfinance Ireland
  • NSAI
  • Bord Bia
  • Revenue Irish Tax and Customs
  • Udaras-na-Gaeltachta
  • EUGO
  • Credit Review