Why Going International Makes Sense. Small businesses in any part of the country that are thinking of going ‘beyond local’ for their markets are being offered the chance to win €5,000 worth of consultancy services, through Local Enterprise Office Donegal. The Border and Western Region has been designated as European Entrepreneurial Region for 2018 and Local Enterprise […]
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On Tuesday the 27th of February 2018, Regional Tourism leaders and stakeholders, throughout the Northern and Western part of Ireland meet in the Glasshouse Hotel in Sligo. Presentations from Failte Ireland, Waterways Ireland, Donegal Co Co and The Northern & Western Regional Assembly, were followed by a workshop on regional alliances. The meeting explored current […]
The NWRA are delighted to announce the second call of the Interreg Atlantic Area Programme. The call will be open from 15th March to 1st June 2018. Please see the attached document for more information or follow the link http://www.atlanticarea.eu/news/60 . The Atlantic Area Programmes remaining budget of €43m from the European […]
Brendan Mooney, National Contact Point for both the Atlantic Area Programme and Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme meeting with colleagues from the Local Authorities in the Southern Region of Ireland, in Assembly House, Waterford. The presentation focused on upcoming Interreg Funding opportunities, covering priorities such as: Using Innovation to Maintain And Develop Robust And […]
We have extend the consultation period for submissions on the Regional Spacial & Economic Strategy to 5 pm on Friday 16th February 2018. Details of how to make a submission are available here: