Áine Kavanagh is from Castletown and set up her company Gorey Property Lettings in 2002 after returning home to county Wexford and since then it has gone from strength to strength, being profiled recently as 'one to watch' according to the popular business magazine, Business & Finance.
Cunningham & Co Accountants, run by Darren and Regina Cunningham, were presented with the bronze award in the Best in Customer Service category by national broadcaster Matt Cooper at a lavish ceremony in the Mansion House, Dublin last week.
Edwina Hynes of La Cote restaurant, who won the title of Best Restaurant Manager in Leinster, in the 2019 Irish Restaurant Awards, was more nervous for her husband Paul than she was for herself, as she sat at a gala dinner in a Dublin hotel, waiting for the results to be announced in between courses.
A unique relationship with its customers is the key to McCabes Sherwood's Pharmacy's longevity. That's according to the store's manager, Georgina Cullen, who, along with the rest of the staff, celebrated the pharmacy's sixtieth anniversary last week at North Main Street, Ferrybank South.
Smartphones at the ready for the South East Digital Picnic, a social media and digital marketing conference aimed at start-ups, small business owners, brands, marketing managers, bloggers, freelancers and marketing managers, who are looking to improve their online presence using the latest social and digital technology trends.
Wexford Chamber Skillnet is joining forces with its counterparts in Waterford, Carlow and Tipperary to host a special seminar on the subject of attracting and retaining talent. A growing concern for industry across Ireland, enhancing skills and developing and attracting talent is recognised as a significant contributor to securing Ireland's economic success and will be the main topic at the Workforce Ireland 2019 seminar in Mount Juliet Estate on Wednesday, May 22.
A year on since its inception, the Tradebridge programme is continuing to provide great opportunities for Wexford companies to develop links with the other side of the Atlantic. Set up by Wexford Enterprise Centre, Wexford County Council and Enterprise Ireland, the aim was to develop trade between companies in Wexford and Savannah, Georgia. One year on, those behind the scheme say that lots of business has taken place between the regions and it has now also expanded to take in the whole of the South East.
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