Author: Paul Caplis

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‘Eastgate’ project to be a €120 million business district in Galway

‘Eastgate’ project to be a €120 million business district in Galway

Bothar na Mine, Ballybane to be the site of a new business district development  Plans are now afoot for a new €120 million business district on the east side of Galway city whi ...
Help for Galway Business as Brexit edges closer

Help for Galway Business as Brexit edges closer

Customs and Logistics is the biggest Brexit challenge facing Galway businesses According to Enterprise Ireland, Customs and Logistics is the single biggest Brexit challenge faci ...
Knock & Shannon show positive growth as Ireland’s airports contribute €10.2bn to the economy

Knock & Shannon show positive growth as Ireland’s airports contribute €10.2bn to the economy

Passenger numbers at Ireland's airports have surged 45% since 2012, according to figures contained in a report released by the Oireachtas. The report reveals that Ireland's airp ...
Irish companies take action on Brexit as export sales reach an all-time high

Irish companies take action on Brexit as export sales reach an all-time high

Enterprise Ireland client companies hit record-breaking €22.71bn in annual exports in 2017. It is the highest level of export sales recorded in the history of the State agency w ...
Galway start-up with treatment for joint pain secures €2.75m

Galway start-up with treatment for joint pain secures €2.75m

Seed funding aimed at bringing an implant to treat arthritis of thumb joint to market. A Galway-based medical devices start-up that has developed a new joint implant to treat ar ...
Farewell Britain . . . Hello Galway!

Farewell Britain . . . Hello Galway!

How Galway’s push to lure fintech startups out west is starting to pay off. Ireland’s economic resurgence has revealed the emergence of some exciting sectors and cohorts of indu ...
Small & Medium Enterprises in Galway: What’s good, what’s bad and…what’s next?

Small & Medium Enterprises in Galway: What’s good, what’s bad and…what’s next?

It has so often been said that small businesses are the backbone of any economy and, for an economy as diverse as Ireland’s, this is especially true. As we approach the halfway ...
Bord Bia identifies key target markets for Irish Food and drink companies

Bord Bia identifies key target markets for Irish Food and drink companies

Brexit watch - with less than 10 months until the UK formally leaves the European Union, Bord Bia has launched a new report that identifies and analyses the top 15 growth markets f ...
Ocean Wealth Summit comes to Galway in June

Ocean Wealth Summit comes to Galway in June

Seafood and marine industry leaders will gather at the fifth annual “Our Ocean Wealth” Summit in a purpose-built marquee at Galway Docks, on June 28 and 29 to discuss the actions I ...
Moody’s: Top three challenges to the Irish Economy

Moody’s: Top three challenges to the Irish Economy

In its annual sovereign report, Moody's - the credit rating agency, sees the dominant role played by multinationals, the risks of a hard Brexit, and the increasing cost of housing ...
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