We’re trialing some new tools we found as a result of our Modern project – try it and let us know you thoughts!
Many of our projects seek to push boundaries, challenge and adopt innovative approaches from across hte EU and further afield. One project that epitomises this appraoach is Enterprise in Interface areas (ENTER) http://www.enterproject.info/.
Interface areas are increasingly common across European cities and urban areas and even much more locally where conflict is a present threat. The conflicts are generally ethnic,politically or religiously motivated and result in an increase in economic and social disadvantage for the people living in these interface areas.
The ENTER Project has been designed to counteract some of these problems by pioneering a toolkit to contribute to greater social inclusion and cohesion. This innovative toolkit will focus on the role of enterprise education and support to transform individual and community wellbeing in these interface areas. Our job is to write new training materials to make this happen.
Our partner colleagues Creative Spark in Louth held a really interesting Multipier Event recently to launch our Toolkit and focus on the challenges of starting a business as a ethnic individual. Click here to get a flavour of the day
In advance of the launch of our training materials next month, check out our EZINE
Sitting down for a quick cup of tea in Gleeson’s Townhouse, Roscommon yesterday evening, I was delighted to find a copy of the latest Roscommon Tourism Event Guide resting near by. Bright, vibrant and strongly branded, it’s always lovely to see the finished product in the flesh.
This year marks the second year of our involvement with Roscommon Tourism. We started working with them in early 2012 to develop their message and branding. We also facilitated a number of training programmes for them. Find out more about our work on the Roscommon Tourism Project here. To find out more about all there is to see and do in Roscommon – visit www.rosocmmon.ie
A fresh new look for our website – why the lonely sheep on the road we hear you ask? Lots of the businesses owners we work with and meet on a daily basis, particularly those in SME’s tell us about the “isolated feeling” associated with running your own business and that you sometimes feel “directionless”. We understand this, that’s why we offer business support services covering everything from feasibility and funding to marketing and mentoring. Our promise? We will bring #momentum to you and your business!
*Other reasons for the sheep – most of our business in the West of Ireland is rural. The company has roots in Roscommon, home to Ireland’s only Lamb Festival and well, we just love them!
We are delighted to be continuing our work with Roscommon Tourism and all the team at roscommon.ie into 2014!! I recently completed the first edition of their 2014 Calendar of Events which you can see in full here – http://bit.ly/1ojrIAY We just love the vibrancy of their branding (a past project of ours!) – Check out some of the other work we have completed for Roscommon Tourism.