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Clare FM’s ‘Best of Clare’ winners announced

Clare FM has announced the winners of the station's inaugural 'Best of Clare' awards.

LEO to host ‘From local to global’ event

Over the past two years businesses have been challenged to pivot and change how they look at business. Lots of local businesses took to the world of online retailing and some realised the potential of international markets.

Funding to expand Clare remote working network

Over €144,000 in funding will be provided by the Department of Rural and Community Development for the provision of five remote working hubs in the county. 

New website for Shannon Estuary Way launched

The popular waterside tourist route, the Shannon Estuary Way, which incorporates Counties Clare and Limerick, is to benefit from an exciting new promotional website.

New Shannon Chamber president elected

Shannon Chamber has confirmed the appointment of Eoin Gavin, managing director of Eoin Gavin Transport as its new president. Mr Gavin succeeds outgoing president Stephen Keogh, managing partner of Sellors LLP, who served a two-year term as president.

Cathaoirleach welcomes New Jersey legislators to Clare 

A delegation of key members of the New Jersey Senate and General Assembly led by Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlan, visited County Clare this week with the aim of strengthening ties between the US and Irish regions. 

Clare LEO supporting female entrepreneurs to #BreakTheBias

This year the Local Enterprise Office Clare is running an exciting new pilot programme for Women in Business.

Career Decisions team wins Shannon Chamber Golf Trophy

Despite having to, once again, postpone its annual Golf Classic until the autumn rather than hold it on its normal mid-summer date, Shannon Chamber welcomed 35 teams, involving 140 players, to the fairways of Shannon Golf Club on Thursday, 9 September.

Agri-food tourism in the Burren area growing

Famers, food producers and artisans in the Burren are reaping the benefits of Agritourism initiatives this summer as visitors flock to try unique visitor experiences in the region.
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