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Tech Disrupt 4.0 Pilot Programme launched for Mid-West Region

Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs) Clare and Limerick have launched Tech Disrupt 4.0, an exciting pilot project where participants can secure up to €25,000 in funding vouchers to help create and launch solutions that align with the principles of Industry 4.0.

National Women’s Enterprise Day

National Women’s Enterprise Day announced as new figures show 20,500 female entrepreneurs have taken up supports this year New 2020 figures*: Over 20,500 female entrepreneurs have taken part in Local Enterprise Office training programmes and more than 3,560 have benefited from business mentoring so ...

BREXIT BACK IN FOCUS FOR IRELAND’S SMALL BUSINESSES

After what has been an already challenging year for companies, small businesses are being urged to refocus their minds on Brexit ahead of the December 31st deadline. Irrespective of what happens in talks between the UK and the EU before the end of year cut off, the transition period expires and that...

Key supports for re-opening your small business

Direct, non-repayable, financial supports to help your business.

FOOD ACADEMY NOW LOOKING FOR A NEW WAVE OF FOOD PRODUCERS

The hugely successful Food Academy programme is now open for budding food and drink entrepreneurs in across the country. The programme, which is run by the Local Enterprise Offices in partnership with SuperValu and Bord Bia, is now open for applications until the 26th June for its latest intake

 

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