LEOs building success with local businesses in the south-east
From Wexford to Waterford and Carlow to Kilkenny, Local Enterprise Offices are helping entrepreneurs in every sector to achieve their goals
Throughout history the Irish people have been known for their entrepreneurial spirit and that remains true today with businesses up and down the country innovating, growing and turning their long-term goals into reality.
Recognising the need to nurture ambitious plans, Local Enterprise Offices continue to remain a solid, supportive presence while assisting firms of varying sizes to scale their business and expand their market reach.
Jack Harte of Harte Outdoor Lighting can attest to this,...
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