Mayo County Council welcome Meissner to Mayo

Today, Mayo County Council welcomed the announcement by IDA Ireland that Meissner Filtration Products are set to become the main tenant in the IDA’s Advanced Technology Building Castlebar, resulting in up to 150 jobs for Co Mayo over the next 5 years. This is a much-welcomed result of the ‘Invest in Mayo’ campaign, which was launched […]

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Kvalito hoping to expand workforce in Westport

MARK Kavanagh, CEO of Kvalito Ireland, is currently in the process of expanding the workforce of his company within the Westport region. Mr Kavanagh is focusing on growing the business in Ireland and building a team from the local community, while being as close to their clients as possible. Kvalito is a strategic partner and a global quality and compliance service and network for […]

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Mayo entrepreneurs urged to chase €2 Million Investment Fund for Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur 2019

Featured image is Mayo’s Best Young Entrepreneur 2018 Cathal Mac Reamoinn receiving his award. From left to right, front row: Councillor Richard Finn (then Cathaoirleach Finn); Cathal Mac Reamoinn, Mayo’s Best Young Entrepreneur 2018; Catherine Burke, Bank of Ireland; From left to right, back row: John Magee, Head of Enterprise; Councillor Al McDonnell; Catherine McConnell, […]

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€100,000 funding for 24 Mayo community groups welcomed

FUNDING in excess of €100,000 has been allocated to 24 organisations in Mayo under the Community Services Programme (CSP) Support Fund. The Community Services Programme (CSP) supports community organisations to provide local social, economic and environmental services through a social enterprise model. Welcoming the announcement, Senator Michelle Mulherin said: “The CSP focuses on service delivery […]

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Company headed by Mayo man reports turnover up 22% to €90m

IRISH owned IT services and networking company, Arkphire, has reported an operating profit of €4.6 million on sales amounting to €90.1 million for the 12-month period ended 30 June 2018. These results represent another strong performance for the business with profits growing from €2,723,265 to €4,602,144 in 2018 and turnover up 22% compared to the […]

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Carr & Son Seafood Ltd at top of Irish seafood sector

The Killala-based seafood processing enterprise , Carr & Son Seafood Ltd, is to merge with Ireland’s strongest sea food company, HJ Nolan Ltd, next March. Established in 1946 , Carr & Sons was acquired by the Swedish seafood company, Mondi AB, in 2014 while Nolan’s Quality Seafood has been in the ownership of the one […]

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