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Enterprise Ireland Chief Executive Julie Sinnamon will be the guest speaker at a regional innovation showcase tomorrow, Friday, in Sligo. Business owners, those involved in start-ups and representatives of support and development agencies will attend. Sinnamon will speak about Enterprise Ireland’s commitments to regional entrepreneurship and the development of businesses.…

Applications for Enterprise Ireland’s Competitive Start Fund for female entrepreneurs opens tomorrow, Wednesday May 3rd. Businesses must fewer than three years old from the date of application and if successful, can receive up to €50,000 in funding with a maximum of fifteen businesses to be selected with the fund totalling…

Enterprise Ireland companies based in Donegal created 422 jobs in 2016, bringing total employment by Enterprise Ireland clients to 3,581. The Government agency responsible for developing Irish business globally says a total of 19,244 new jobs — both full and part-time — in Enterprise Ireland supported businesses were created across…

The winners of the Donegal county final in the Irish Best Young Entrepreneur Awards were announced at an event in Letterkenny last night. The IBYE is an initiative of the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation and Enterprise Ireland, and is run by the 31 Local Enterprise Offices across the…