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Saturday 20 October 2018

Funding opportunities discussed at Chamber Lunch

Maree Lyng (President), Linda Doran (Baker Tilly Hughes Blake) and Jimmy Gahan (Enniscorthy Chamber) at the Chamber lunch
Maree Lyng (President), Linda Doran (Baker Tilly Hughes Blake) and Jimmy Gahan (Enniscorthy Chamber) at the Chamber lunch

Funding available to small and medium enterprises was the topic for discussion at Kilcannon Garden Centre recently as Enniscorthy & District Chamber hosted a networking lunch and talk with Linda Doran of Baker Tilly Hughes Blake.

Ms Doran outlined how funding of up to €11million is available for small to medium enterprises across the South East and outlined the criteria, urging Enniscorthy businesses to apply. The funding is being made available through EIIS Management Ltd, a joint venture company owned by Goodbody Stockbrokers and Baker Tilly Hughes Blake, who have offices in Enniscorthy and Dublin.

Ms Doran told those present that EIIS Ltd is actively seeking suitable investment opportunities from €500,000 up to €5million and said that, typically, no repayment was required over the four year investment period, giving the company 'space and time to drive growth in sales, profits and cash-flow for the medium term'.

The talk certainly gave some local business people food for thought and Chamber President Maree Lyng and Development Officer Jimmy Gahan thanked her for her informative presentation.

Anyone looking for further information on the funding should contact Linda at Baker Tilly Hughes Blake or the Chamber office.

Enniscorthy Guardian

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