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Rohan Smyth took the Carrickmacross Walking Tour during his visit to Co. Monaghan.

Read Irish Daily Star article here >>

BOI

We are delighted to announce that Bank of Ireland’s Enterprise Town initiative will return in 2017. Through this initiative, Bank of Ireland and thebusiness community will work together to support local enterprise.

In addition, we will involve the wider community and our local schools througha range of different activities.

To learn more about the exciting plans for your Enterprise Town and howyou can get involved, come along to our launch event.

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See pdf here>>

Have a look at one of our previous events:

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The Carrickmacross Market operates each Thursday on Main Street in Carrickmacross. The market represents a typical casual trading market similar to many other such markets which operate throughout the country on a designated “market day” each week.

IOMST were contacted in relation to a challenging trading environment currently being experiencedby the market. These centred around a slow business environment which had resulted in a numberof traders leaving the market as they felt it was no longer financially viable to remain in place. This has subsequently led to a fragmented and disparate appearance which discourages further visitorsand additional traders from attending, further damaging the appearance and reputation of the market as an attractive trading venue.

Read full report of the Carrickmacross Thursday Market here >>

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StoryofMonaghanDiscover the hidde gems of County Monaghan on this two-day, self-guided tour, taking in ancient monastic sites, unspoilt landscapes, picturesque villages, museum treasures & much more.Discover the hidde gems of County Monaghan on this two-day, self-guided tour, taking in ancient monastic sites, unspoilt landscapes, picturesque villages, museum treasures & much more.


Start your journey through County Monaghan’s treasures at the awardwinning Monaghan County Museum which showcases over 5,000 years of the incredible history of this beautiful region.

See full PDF here >>

TUESDAY, JULY 11 AT 7.00 P.M.HOTEL KILMORE, CAVAN

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Footer 2 Irelands Ancient EastThis new workshop is designed to deliver service excellence, ensuring that Ireland's Ancient East, as a must see experience destination is communicated to visitors while they are here and worldwide when they return home.

Everyone has a role to play in delivering the optimum visitor experience - a warm welcome, a smile, a real knowledge of our local area and a genuine interest in our visitors. Deliver this and visitors might just stay a little longer in your area, spend more and recommend Ireland's Ancient East globally.

Date: Thursday May 11th
Location: Nuremore Hotel, Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan
Time: 10am – 1.30pm (Registration, tea/coffee available from 9.30am)

Carrickmacross Chamber meeting this eventing at 6.30pm in The Fiddlers Restaurant

dreamstime 630505Monaghan County Council is currently participating in the Dept. of Transport’s Active Travel Towns initiative, which seeks to encourage more people to walk or cycle rather than use private cars for all journeys. The aim is to shift as many people as possible out of their cars and onto the streets when they are making local journeys. This applies to shoppers, school children, and also to you and your employees.

LEOEnterpriseWeekAs part of Local Enterprise Week - 5th to 10th March

Opportunities from a Monaghan Perspective

Presenting Dragons’ Den since 2009, Richard Curran is a journalist, broadcaster and author for 20 years. He presents the hugely popular The Business each Saturday on RTÉ Radio One. Richard will talk about the potential for towns and regions to move beyond the two-speed economy of Dublin vs the rest, about the entrepreneurial potential that exists in the regions but the need to have it fostered and supported at policy level. Followed by Lunch and Awards Reception County Final of National Enterprise Awards 2017 The awards organised by the National Network of Local Enterprise Offices – celebrates the achievements of Ireland’s micro-enterprise sector. The awards recognise and celebrate the success stories of small business owners from all over the country.

For full list of events see Local Enterprise Week pdf here

LEOEnterpriseWeekAs part of Local Enterprise Week 5th - 10th March:

PLATO in association with the Local Enterprise Office, Monaghan are holding an information and Cyber Security for SMEs designed to be a practical workshop, aimed specifically at small and medium sized business owners. Speakers will include John Nealon from M1 Document Solutions, Simon Loughran from Certification Europ and Marc McArdle from McArdles Computer & Offices Supplies. The course will best suit those businesses that are keen to ensure that their Information and IT infrastructure are both physically and cyber secure.

For full list of events see Local Enterprise Week pdf here