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Civic Offices, Limerick Road, Nenagh, Ireland
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If you are planning to start a business, or are already a business owner in Tipperary we are here to help, advise and support.


Thinking about working for yourself? Our popular 10-week Start Your Own Business evening course starts in the Abbey Court in Nenagh on Thursday, 8th of February from 7 to 10pm. As this course is likely to fill quickly, early booking is strongly advised.

If you have an interest in the future training and development needs of companies in Tipperary, come along to the launch of the Local Enterprise Office Tipperary and Tipperary Education & Training Board research report tonight in the Anner Hotel, Thurles at 6pm.

New Competitive Start Fund from Enterprise Ireland could be key to unlocking your business's growth in 2018. Full details on eligibility and how to apply below.

Looking forward to a busy year ahead working to enhance the economic potential of Tipperary businesses. Our January newsletter is an early signpost of just some of the supports and services we aim to provide!

All Ireland Supply Chain - Brexit - FREE Event. Hear from Enterprise Ireland, DTTAS, Inter Trade Ireland, Glanbia & AEB Software Solutions on preparing for Brexit & the implications on trade. Practical advice will be given on specific Brexit-related issues plus, one-to-one support at tailored workshops & clinics led by experts. Book your place today!

Food business owners- are you and your staff compliant with Irish and EU food safety requirements? Food hygiene and allergen awareness training in Nenagh and Clonmel this Spring for food sector owners and employees. Click here for more info and book early to secure a place.

Save the Date! Jan 18th sees the launch of the Local Enterprise Office Tipperary and Tipperary Education and Training Board Report on Education, Training and Support Needs for Business in Tipperary produced by Marla Communications. Stay tuned for updates!

Tipperary's Best Young Entrepreneurs have been revealed! Each will share in an investment fund of €50,000 to further develop their business, and the category winners will represent Tipperary at the Regional Finals in Kerry next month.

Are your food prep and service staff equipped with the most up to date allergens and food safety knowledge? We're running a half day course in Nenagh on January 31st. Limited places.

Massive congratulations to all our IBYE winners and runners up! Best Business Idea Winner: Grace Tooher, JamForest; Runner-Up: Cian Farrell, Recroot; Best Start Up Business Winner: Bryan Davis, Solar Pump Solutions; Runner-Up: Evie Ward, Nutshed; Best Established Business Winner: Patrick Ryan, PRWS Ltd; Runner-Up: Philip Martin, Blanco Nino. And finally, Tipperary's Best Young Entrepreneur was named as Bryan Davis. Well done all!

Will be tuning in! Looking forward to it Florrie!


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