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Latest News

Further Expansion of Trading Online Scheme for Fingal’s Businesses Announced as Part of the Government’s Ongoing COVID-19 Response

Due to unprecedented demand for Trading Online Voucher (TOV) Scheme since COVID-19; with over 400 applications received from March to June in Fingal alone, the national total budget for the TOV Scheme has now increased by almost 1000% from €2m to €20m.

Applications open for Restart Grant to help Fingal’s micro and small businesses

Applications for the Restart Grant which will give direct grant aid to micro and small businesses to help them with the costs associated with either staying open or reopening and reemploying workers following COVID-19 closures are being accepted from today, Friday, May 22.

Return to Work Safely Protocol Issued

The Return to Work Safely Protocol was issued Saturday 9th May, aimed at supporting businesses in preventing the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace as the economy begins to open up again.

Online Networking Packs a Punch for the Fingal Enterprising Women Network 

Networking has always been an important aspect of business for Fingal’s enterprising women. Current circumstances mean that we’ve had to find innovative ways of creating and maintaining those valuable business connections.

Fingal Digital School of Food goes National as a COVID-19 Support

An innovative new online food programme, from the Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs), which is open to entrepreneurs across Fingal is set to boost the number of Irish food start-ups. The Digital School of Food (DSoF) is the first of its kind in Europe and gives food entrepreneurs expert advice and guid...