new 'priming' grants are handed out - beef jerky dehydrator
Four Fingal businesses shared the first grant allocated by the newly established local enterprise office.
Mayor Cllr Fingal announced that the support of about 55,250 euros is dedicated to companies operating in various industries.
Marchlie, chief executive officer, fingore provincial council, local enterprise of Paul Reid and fingore, Oisin Ji Qin.
The four companies operate in the fields of information technology, food industry and baby gift market, producing a series of South African beef jerky;
Designer of baby products series;
IT products for online dating industry and digital food safety concepts.
Since the opening of the Mayal County Council, the local business office of Fingal (
Former Fingal County and Municipal Enterprise Committee)
Has become the "first stop" for all starts"
Ups and businesses seeking support from state agencies.
Following the establishment of the new grant approval process, the four Fingal enterprises received two start-up grants and two feasibility grants.
The recipients of the business launch Grant are: excellent butcher Jacques du Toyt, a series of producers of South African beef jerky, and happy Christine karolam, rena Maycock and Feargal Harrington from RFJ Technologies are designers of baby product line funding recipients for IT products from Enda Martin, developer of online dating industry and digital food safety concepts.
In an official demonstration of the first grant granted to LEO, Paul Reid, chief executive of the Fingel County Council, said: "The announcement highlights that since the merger with the finger County Council, fingal LEO has already started running when go-
Site selection for micro enterprises.
Through financial support, management training, and mentoring services, LEO al LEO is helping to strengthen the local business environment, enabling them to overcome the barriers to success that often lead to entrepreneurs shaking early on.
Oisin Geoghegan, director of Fingal's local enterprise office, said: "bringing new business and employment opportunities to the local area is a key goal of Fingal's local enterprise office.
So we are pleased to announce grant support that will help create new local jobs in innovative startups
Increase business in the county.
He added: "Many great new business ideas have emerged recently, and part of our duty is to encourage people with good business ideas to tap their potential.
If the business proposal meets the conditions, we can help by providing funds to invest in the idea at an early stage.
The "feasibility authority" is designed to provide financial assistance to those who wish to review their sustainable, qualified and innovative business philosophy (up to €20,000)
Although "Start grant" is the beginning of a business --
Provide maximum funding to eligible small businesses (up to €80,000).
More information on enterprise support can be used for small businesses and new start-ups