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Business News from North Cork, South Tipperary, East Limerick and West Waterford.

Council seeks construction workers for major project

Cork County Council are looking for contractors to help them with major road improvement works across the region costing €5 million each including the...

MBA chair urges support for local shops

The chairman of  Mitchelstown Business Association has made an impassioned plea for people to support their local enterprises during this tough period. Sean...

Developing creative ways to keep workers engaged and connected

One Cork based remote working space has developed new ways to connect with its members at this time. Republic of Work (ROW) located...

Insurance companies lambasted over response to SMEs

There has been a general outcry from public representatives and the business fraternity that small businesses are being refused Covid-19 insurance compensation because ‘Government did...

Save our local newspapers – Sherlock

Labour leader Brendan Howlin and party colleague, local Cork East TD Sean Sherlock have called on the Government and the public to help struggling local newspapers as...

Six-month moratorium on interest and repayments on new Microfinance Ireland Covid-19...

Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD, announced last Friday that the new Microfinance Ireland COVID-19 loan, which was announced by the...

Enterprise Ireland approves €1.14m co-funding for SBIR Competitive Challenges

Enterprise Ireland (EI) has approved a total of €1.14m joint funding to drive collaborative projects, or ‘Challenges’, between innovative companies and...

Social entrepreneurs invited to apply to SEI

“See past the problems to the solutions” is the call from Social Entrepreneurs Ireland (SEI) who earlier this week launched its national campaign for applications, supported...

JAM Card supporting vulnerable customers

AIB has announced its commitment to becoming ‘JAM Card Friendly’ as the bank continues to support vulnerable customers.  The initiative is part of...

New five star hairdressing salon a dream come true

For April Tina O’Mahony opening her new salon in Mitchelstown is a dream come true for the local woman. 

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