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  • RATHMULLAN’S PETE FRIEL SCOOPS BEST YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR AWARD

    first_imgGroup of IBYE at awards ceremony in Donegal: 15 finalists of the Donegal stage of Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur with their family, friends and supporters at Wednesday evenings Gala Award Ceremony in Silver Tassie Hotel, Letterkenny.At a Gala Awards Ceremony in the Silver Tassie Hotel in Letterkenny on Wednesday evening the winners of the Donegal stage of Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur were announced.Organised by the Local Enterprise Office the competition attracted almost fifty young people, aged 30 and under, from across the county.After a full review, fifteen finalists were shortlisted and commenced an intensive Business Boot Camp, delivered by Gerry Moan of Constructive Intervention, before a final adjudication on Wednesday under three distinct categories – best new idea, best start-up business and best established business with new add-on. Announcing the winners Michael Tunney, Head of Local Enterprise, commented “The future of entrepreneurship in Donegal looks extremely bright. The leadership and creativity demonstrated, as well as the level of commitment, determination and motivation to excel shown by our finalists was remarkable. Every one of the ideas and businesses represented here tonight has the ability to develop further and create the levels of employment that the county needs. The twelve young entrepreneurs that will not be selected as winners should not see themselves as anything other than excellent young business people”.Winner of Donegal IBYE: Winners of the Donegal stage of Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur Christy Lynch, Efficient Renewables Ltd., Muff who win the category Best Established Business with a New Add On, Ellevyn Irwin, Click Clinic, Buncrana who win Best New Idea and Pete Friel, Chartered Education, Rathmullan who win Best New Start Up and the Overall Donegal’s Best Young Entrepreneur in Donegal. These three Donegal winners will progress to a regional final of Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur Competition where hopefully they will progress to the National Final in December.Mr Tunney then went on to announce the winners as follows:Best New Start Up and a prize of €20,000: Pete Friel, Chartered Education, Rathmullan.Chartered Education is a professional education company providing online courses and study materials to trainee accountants complemented by engaging video tutorials. Courses can be accessed at the convenience of the user and the study material caters to all learning types, allowing their students to study in a way that suits them. Best Established Business with a New Add On and a prize of €20,000: Christy Lynch, Efficient Renewables Ltd., Muff.Efficient Renewables Ltd designs, installs and sources quality, sustainable heating systems for private and commercial buildings throughout Ireland. The business has built a reputation for a wide range of services offering solar heating, underfloor heating, heatpumps, water saving products, etc.Best New Idea and a prize of €10,000: Ellevyn Irwin, Click Clinic, Buncrana.Click Clinic is a platform that connects people with non-serious medical conditions to health care professionals in just a few taps. It’s the ‘Hailo’ of the medical appointment world facilitating clients to be treated in the comfort of their home or workplace.Overall Best Young Entrepreneur in Donegal: Pete Friel, Chartered Education, Rathmullan The three Donegal winners progress to a regional final of Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur Competition where hopefully they will progress to the National Final in December.The aim of Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur is to encourage and support a culture of entrepreneurship among young people, to promote entrepreneurship as a career choice, and to encourage the establishment and development of new innovative businesses by our young entrepreneurs. The initiative is an integral part of the Action Plan for Jobs 2014 roll out plan and is organised by the network of Local Enterprise Offices across the country.Donegal Finalists IBYE at awards ceremony in Donegal: 15 finalists in the Donegal stage of Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur who participated in an intensive Business Boot Camp, delivered by Gerry Moan of Constructive Intervention, before the final adjudication on Wednesday where the winners were announced at the Gala Awards Ceremony in the Silver Tassie Hotel, Letterkenny.RATHMULLAN’S PETE FRIEL SCOOPS BEST YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR AWARD was last modified: September 5th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

  • CLINICS TO BE HELD FOR OBJECTIONS TO MASSIVE WIND FARM PROPOSALS

    first_imgA SERIES of clinics to assist people in the preparation of objections to plans to build Ireland’s largest wind farm along a 15 kilometre stretch of the Finn Valley, will be held in the area next week.Plans were formally lodged last month with An Bord Pleanala (ABP) by Planree Ltd for up to 49 huge turbines, some with a maximum height of 500 feet, stretching from the iconic Barnesmore Gap to near Castlefin.Submissions or objections against the proposed Carrickaduff Windfarm must be lodged with ABP, to arrive no later than 5:30 pm on Friday, March 27. A local protest group, Finn Valley Wind Action (FVWA), has organised a number of clinics to assist the community in preparing submissions.They will be held from 7-9pm in the following locations: CPI Centre Castlefinn, and Garvagh Hall, Castlederg, Tuesday 10th March; Parish Centre Stranorlar, and CAKE Centre, Killygordon on Wednesday 11th March and the Meenreagh Centre, Killygordon on Thursday 12th March.Alternatively contact any group member, telephone 087 4462949 or email fin[email protected] for further information.Further details on the project can be viewed at www.carrickaduffwindfarm.com CLINICS TO BE HELD FOR OBJECTIONS TO MASSIVE WIND FARM PROPOSALS was last modified: March 4th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalKillygordonwind farmlast_img read more

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