Entrepreneurship: The west's awake for jobs

At a time when the country is more fixated on job losses than job creation, it is important to highlight the positive economic stories that occasionally peep over the parapet. For example, Galway-Mayo

30th October, 2011
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At a time when the country is more fixated on job losses than job creation, it is important to highlight the positive economic stories that occasionally peep over the parapet. For example, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, through its two innovation in business centres (IiBCs), has helped to establish at least 80 companies, creating more than 160 jobs in the process.

These jobs have been created in Galway IiBC (opened in 2005) and Mayo IiBC (opened in 2006),...

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