Council committed to supporting the enterprise agenda

Over €150,000 has been invested in the redevelopment of Enterprise House in Carlow with the support of the County Council and Enterprise Ireland to ensure it provides relevant services for the community

19th September, 2021
Council committed to supporting the enterprise agenda
Mary Wynne of Carlow Community Enterprise Centres CLG, and Cllr Fintan Phelan, cathaoirleach, Carlow County Council: ‘We have an ambitious plan for Co Carlow in terms of the development of a new suite of enterprise spaces’

Carlow’s youngest cathaoirleach, Cllr Fintan Phelan, is passionate about supporting business. He believes that hubs and enterprise centres play a vital role in the development of SMEs in the county.

“Carlow Community Enterprise Centres CLG, which operates Enterprise House, is a business incubation and development social enterprise, supported by Carlow County Council, the Local Enterprise Office, Enterprise Ireland and a voluntary board of directors, and has acted as a catalyst for job creation...

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