ISMS Manager Claire Doyle with the tec support team (front) Piotr Tyczynski and Brendan Cox, with (back) Tony McDonogh, Niall Rogers, Roy O’Hanlon and Stephen Conroy.

Tech company’s double whammy

Galway technology company tec support – based at Ballybrit Business Park – are celebrating their ISO 27001: 2013 Certification The IT company had been working to this standard for some time as their sister company...
Keynote speaker: Michael Walsh, Dubarry of Ireland.

Seminar holds key to success on marketing

In a world of noise, how do you engage with customers? It’s the million-euro question for anyone involved in marketing today. And that’s why Galway Chamber is running a Marketing Seminar which will answer this...

LEO offers support to young entrepreneurs

The Local Enterprise Office Galway has forged a strategic partnership with the Entrepreneurship Society (EntreSoc) in NUI Galway. This support from the LEO will enable Entresoc to carry out more focused entrepreneurship events and supports...
GMIT School of Business lecturer Caitlin Ni Ghabhaín with Enda Tully, Seán Ó Loideáin and Shane Flynn at an information evening on accounting programmes at GMIT.

Local digital businesses join the dots

Registrations for ‘.ie’ websites in Galway increased last year, as more businesses turn to e-commerce. According to figures from IEDR (the IE Domain Registry), a total of 1,512 ‘.ie’ domains – the official domain for...
Exciting times: Martin Hofler from Moycullen who is set for three six-month international placements at the headquarters of world’s leading organisations and global brand companies.

Galwegians on Masters programme fly the flag for food and drink industry

Two Galwegians will gain a unique insight into the world of global business and sustainable food production, as two of ten Origin Green Ambassadors chosen by Bord Bia to undertake its scholarship MSc in...
Claregalway-based business JPK Fencing was among the finalists in this year’s SFA National Small Business Awards who attended the Showcase last week. Pictured are Michelle Kells, Energia with Kenneth and Bridget Kearney, JPK Fencing.

Galway firm is in the running for National Small Business Award

JPK Fencing, who are based in Claregalway, could go all the way in this year’s SFA National Small Business Awards. This is the second time in-a-row that they are finalists in the competition. The company...


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