The Irish Times Innovation Awards 2018 invites Ireland's innovators to showcase their disruptive new services. From start-ups led by enterprising individuals, to the island's multinationals and every scale of business or organisation in between and every sector of business, this is a chance to showcase and get rewarded for excellence. The overall winner receives a high profile communications package worth in excess of €150,000 plus a scholarship for short courses in Executive Development in the UCD Michael Smurfit School of Business. The awards are split into five categories.
Delighted to announce and wish all the best to Aine Lecky (financial controller) and Eibhlin Murphy (marketing manager) at Major Equipment (INTL) Ltd who are amongst the 24 finalists in 2018 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year.
Major Equipment Intl. in Ballyhaunis has been short-listed for the 2018 EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards. We wish them every success in the final stage of the contest.
A company that controls and eradicates Japanese knotweed is expected to submit a planning application to Mayo County Council later this week to develop a facility in Ballyhaunis to process the invasive plant species. The Kerry based company plans for the soil recovery facility to be located at Drumbaun and is expected to create 16 jobs.
The Ireland Funds Business Plan Competition is an opportunity for Local Enterprise Office clients or potential clients to bring their business idea from concept to pitch.