Pop-Up Shop In Dun Laoghaire Offers Low-Cost Retail Space To Business Entrepreneurs

DLRDun Laoghaire-Rathdown Council have announced a new initiative to make use of empty commercial property Dún Laoghaire. The County’s first ‘Pop-Up Shop’ is located at Park House, Georges Street Upper and will offer temporary low-cost space to local business entrepreneurs, social enterprises or community organisations to promote their goods and services.  The initiative hopes to attract new visitors and generate positive publicity for Dún Laoghaire Town Centre, while showcasing empty properties to potential tenants.

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Irish Start-Ups 'Match Up' with European Hosts

Dun Laoghaire Rathdown CEBFrom the 20th April, Ireland joins other E.U. countries, such as Finland, Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium by offering an Enterprise Exchange Programme for new entrepreneurs. Funded by the E.U. Commission, the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs Programme enables 'new' entrepreneurs in Ireland, who are in the early stages of business development, to be matched with experienced entrepreneurs abroad.

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County Enterprise Board Training/Seminars

County & City Enterprise BoardsWhether you are just thinking of starting a new business, in the process of getting a business off the ground or looking to expand, one of the things you should be considering is the wide range of training courses and seminars organised by Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Enterprise Board specifically designed to meet the information/training needs of all budding entrepreneurs.

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Enterprise Exchange Programme "With a Difference" Launches in Ireland

Dun Laoghaire Rathdown CEBAn Enterprise Exchange Programme "with a difference" is being launched in Dublin next week for the first time, enabling new Irish entrepreneurs to work abroad with experienced entrepreneurs in other EU countries. Under the EU-wide business support scheme, called the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs Programme (EYE), Irish companies can also host new entrepreneurs from abroad for up to six months, gaining market knowledge, fresh ideas and key skills for growth.

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