Saturday December 7, 2019

Enterprise Village provides a Catalyst for growth

Tipperary-based Oscar Wilde Water found that its Local Enterprise Village helped the company gain exposure, access expertise and grow its network

1st December, 2019
Patrice Cooney of Borrisoleigh Bottling Ltd

Tipperary company Oscar Wilde Water participated in the Local Enterprise Village as part of Catalyst.

For small, local businesses looking to expand, the Local Enterprise Village is the ideal gateway to customers across farming communities and rural Ireland. Many of the small businesses being supported by the Local Enterprise Offices will be testing new products and services in September which, in turn, will generate more jobs within those companies in the near future.

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