Useful Links

www.cro.ie

The Companies Registration Office is the central repository of public statutory information on Irish companies and business names.

www.creditreview.ie

The Credit Review Office is here to help SME or Farm borrowers who have had an application for credit of up to €3m declined or reduced, and who feel that they have a viable business proposition.

www.wdc.ie

The Western Development Commission (WDC) is a statutory body that was set up to promote both social and economic development in the Western Region (Donegal, Leitrim, Sligo, Mayo, Roscommon, Galway and Clare).

www.sligochamber.ie

The aim of the Sligo Chamber of Commerce and Industry is to promote the long term economic development of the County and to create, maintain and develop an environment and infrastructure in County Sligo which is conducive to the development of local business, industry and commerce.

www.sligotourism.ie

Sligo Tourisms mission is to actively promote Sligo at all levels, in order to achieve a positive and effective impact on economic, social and cultural development in the county.

www.sligo.ie

A portal site with information on business and leisure activities in Sligo.

www.sligoleader.ie

County Sligo LEADER Partnership Company Ltd is the integrated LEADER Partnership Company for County Sligo and its core responsibility is the delivery of the LEADER/ Rural Development Programme (RDP)and the Local Community Development Programme.

www.smileexchange.ie

SMILE Resource Exchange is a free service for businesses that encourages the exchanging of resources between its members in order to save money, reduce waste going to landfill and to develop new business opportunities.

www.connectireland.com

Introduce Connect Ireland to a contact in a company that may be considering expansion. They will pitch for Ireland and if that company locates in Ireland you will receive a reward of up to €5000.

www.origingreen.ie

The Origin Green promise is an unprecedented one. It is the only sustainability programme in the world that operates on a national scale, uniting government, the private sector and food producers through Bord Bia, the Irish Food Board

 

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