Carlow entrepreneurs point the way ahead

Even in a challenging business climate, entrepreneurs with ambition, support and a strong business idea can establish and grow a new business. In a recent visit to Carlow Enterprise Board, Tánaiste Mary Coughlan commended three such innovators in the

11th April, 2009

Even in a challenging business climate, entrepreneurs with ambition, support and a strong business idea can establish and grow a new business. In a recent visit to Carlow Enterprise Board, Tánaiste Mary Coughlan commended three such innovators in the local market.

Green energy provider Gael Energy recently topped the Best Emerging New Business category in the Small Firms Association’s national awards. Company founder Lynne Whelan started her business by getting the best training...

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