Ireland are to start their bidding campaign in September to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
It is estimated that it could contribute just under €1bn euro to the local economy……worth a shot!
The Business Department of St. Gerald’s College, Castlebar, Co. Mayo, Ireland.
Boylesports seeking takeover in the UK as a form of inorganic business expansion
Amazon to creat 300 new jobs in Dublin
Oil prices fall as global demand declines
Irish services sector is still growing
New Irish Court of Appeal has opened its door for business
M & S increases profits in the Irish market
What it does: protein shots for athletes
Why it works: ”V12 is more competitive on pricing and more convenient because it can be consumed comfortably in a minute. It provides the significant protein boost without the additional volume of liquid or calories that the other supplements have – Ciaran Greenwood, founder
Source: Independent.ie, businesspost.ie
Congratulations to Derek Burns and Mark Benson on receiving a BSTAI Junior Cert Award for achieving a grade ‘A’ in Junior Certificate Business Studies in June 2014 exams. This result places them in the top ten percent of total number of students who sat Business Studies this year. The awards ceremony took place tonight in NUI Galway at 7pm.
Today will see Minister for Finance Michael Noonan deliver the Irish National Budget. Government have to find a saving of €2bn this year compared to last year when they had to save €3.5bn on their current expenditure. It will be interesting to see if the USC will be reduced and how excise duties and VAT will be hit. There is a need for increased economic growth and an improvement in the employment rate, therefore decisions made should target each of these indicators. Full coverage on RTE today from 1.30pm.
Both Secondary Teachers Unions in Ireland (ASTI & TUI) have voted in favour of strike action ( official industrial relations action), in opposition to the replacement of the new Junior cycle. Unions are set to meet with education minister Jan O’ Sullivan at the end of November to discuss the issue further. For all you senior business students this trade dispute comes under the Industrial Relations Act 1990.