Ambition, innovation and success are part of the #inCarlow DNA

Carlow is thriving with talent, innovation and enterprise, but stakeholders have even more ambitious plans for the south-eastern county

9th December, 2018
David Denieffe, Vice- President for Academic Affairs and Registrar, IT Carlow; Kathleen Holohan, Chief Executive , Carlow County Council; Brendan Mc Donald, Regional Manager, South East Region, IDA and Brian O’Farrell

When it comes to becoming a hub for innovation, education, enterprise and business excellence, size really doesn’t matter. Carlow, a county nestled in Ireland’s South East, is testament to this.

Just as Ireland has become a shining international example of how small can be better, more agile, and better connected, so too has County Carlow led the way in attracting a wide range of diverse industries to what is one of...

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