Saturday June 6, 2020

Council in the driving seat for economic growth

From developing a digital hub in Ennis to working closely with third-level institutions, Clare County Council plans to keep Shannon’s progress on track

6th October, 2019
Liam Conneally, director of economic development at Clare County Council: ‘We take the economic development promotion aspect of our function very seriously’Keith Wiseman

A forward-thinking local authority is essential for driving economic growth. From increasing job opportunities, investing in infrastructure and focusing on supporting the move towards new technologies, Clare County Council is committed to ensuring that the successful development of Shannon and the wider midwest region does not slow down any time soon.

“Clare County Council is the key enabler and facilitator of economic development in Shannon and across Clare and we’re constantly conscious that investors in...

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