Breaking news for Questum Acceleration Centre, Clonmel. Theradep and Liam O'Neill's team are part of the successful Disruptive Technology Innovation Fund announcement for the 'Pharma Latch' project in UCD. https://www.rte.ie/news/business/2019/1207/1097634-disruptive-technologies-funding/
A majority of community enterprise centres around the country don’t consider Brexit a threat but rather an opportunity to attract relocation businesses to their areas. In a major survey conducted as part of a new national strategy launched by the National Association of Community Enterprise Centres (NACEC), some 60 per cent of the group’s members [...]
Multinational companies located in Ireland play an important role in supporting the creation and expansion of local business. A. Fennessy Chauffeur Drive Ltd., a family owned company managed by Anthony & David Fennessy at their base in Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, is one such company to benefit from local FDI. With their many years’ experience, [...]
Tipperary based company VisionID is proof that having multinational organisations in the county helps domestic companies to expand internationally. Through delivering quality services to locally based multinationals VisionID, a leading computing and data capture company based in Clonmel, now has opportunities to work on projects outside of Ireland. Currently 30% of Vision ID’s business [...]
On 24th September, Minister Breen announced the creation of 42 new jobs for Tipperary and 106 new jobs in total across the Mid-West region, which is being supported by Local Enterprise Offices in Tipperary, Limerick and Clare.
The Energy in Agriculture 2018 Event is taking place in Tipperary on Tuesday 21st August. There will be insightful talks, demonstrations, exhibitions and one-to-one clinics.
FREED (Funding Resources for Innovation in Energy Enterprise Development) is a transnational partnership project part-funded by the Northern Periphery and Arctic (NPA) Programme to stimulate energy innovation in the Northern Periphery region. It is a three year project which started in January 2016, and will end in December 2018. Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) hosted [...]
An innovative new bio-economy facility is being developed by the Irish Bioeconomy Foundation (IBF) in Lisheen, Co. Tipperary.
Sustainable Tipp is a plan to transform Tipperary’s housing, commercial, public and community buildings to help promote and encourage greater energy efficiency in Tipperary.
Tipperary County Council recently hosted a workshop as part of their involvement in The Interreg Europe project ‘SUPER’.