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Yvonne’s Operation Transformation journey comes to a conclusion tonight

Yvonne’s Operation Transformation journey comes to a conclusion tonight

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Tonight is D-Day for local Operation Transformation leader Yvonne Keenan-Ross. The Carlingford woman, along with the four other leaders in

Varadkar reiterates desire to see a high speed cross border railway line

Varadkar reiterates desire to see a high speed cross border railway line

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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has reiterated his desire to see a high speed cross border railway line between Dublin and Belfast

Registration now open for this year’s Patsy Kelly 5k on April 8th

Registration now open for this year’s Patsy Kelly 5k on April 8th

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Registration for the sixth annual Patsy Kelly 5k is now open. This year’s race will take place on April 8th

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Wide range of top events lined up for Local Enterprise Week in Louth

Wide range of top events lined up for Local Enterprise Week in Louth

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Details for next month’s Local Enterprise Week in Co Louth have been revealed this afternoon.

“March is fast approaching, and all thoughts turn to enterprise here in County Louth,” said Thomas McEvoy, Head of Enterprise at the Local Enterprise Office Louth.

He continued: “Local Enterprise Office Louth are proud to announce a programme of 12 free networking and learning events for business owners across the county taking place from 4th-9th March.”

Retailers will benefit from practical workshops in both Drogheda and Dundalk, focusing on engagement with customers to drive greater sales and loyalty.

SME’s will learn from Francis Verling about how to sell successfully and seal the deal.

Louth’s International Women’s Day celebrations with be led by Network Louth, the networking organisation for women in business and enterprise. Their event will feature an intensive branding and communications workshop from broadcaster Alison Comyn.

Drogheda and Dundalk Chambers will both host learning and networking events during the week. Drogheda will launch Skillnet M1 and stage a speed networking event while Dundalk will deliver events on cyber security and employment supports.

The food producing community are invited to a workshop on food hygiene and compliance hosted by the Boyne Valley Food Network in the North East Food Hub in Ardee.

Refresh Boyne, hosted by The Mill Enterprise Hub in Drogheda, will examine the future of technology in entertainment with Glen Killane, MD of eir TV and eirSport.

Geraldine Johnson will deliver a Business communications workshop, while the Regional Development Centre will host one-to-one entrepreneur clinics.

The week will wrap up with the Louth final of the National Enterprise Awards where the three category winners will be announced. One outstanding company will go forward to represent Louth in the National Enterprise Awards at the Mansion House in Dublin in May.

Thomas concluded: “Local Enterprise Week is also a great opportunity to meet the Local Enterprise Office Louth staff and learn about the supports and services available to SME’s. All Local Enterprise Week events are free of charge and can be booked by visiting www.localenterprise.ie/Louth.”

Local Enterprise Week Louth is hosted by the Local Enterprise Office, which is part of Louth County Council. The LEO is the first port of call for anyone in business or thinking of starting a business and provides a range of services and supports for entrepreneurs. Find out more by calling 1890 202303 or visiting www.localenterprise.ie/louth

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