How Carlow works to get business done

Dynamic, progressive and with a history of enterprise and innovation Carlow, the gateway to Dublin, Meath, Kildare, Wicklow and the south-east, is developing a reputation as a vibrant commercial hub

17th December, 2017
William Power of Power Physiotherapy County Carlow’s Best Young Entrepreneur 2018

It’s because they fully understand all that Carlow has to offer that those involved in promoting the county, working with businesses of all sizes and offering the helping hand to start-ups, believe in what they do every day.

For Bernie O’Brien, director of services with Carlow County Council, the key challenge is selling Carlow to those businesses seeking the perfect base. “In terms of location, infrastructure, recruitment and supports, Carlow is second to...

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