Better EU link-ups for Donegal
DONEGAL businesses will
have easier access to EU funding and global trade
links following the recent launch of the Enterprise
The project is a joint national initiative with
Enterprise Ireland and chambers of commerce, with
Donegal Local Enterprise Office the lead partner on
behalf of the 31 enterprise offices nationwide.
Irish firms will have access to the Enterprise
Europe Network which can help them with oversees
Siobhan Grant, Denis Sheridan and
Toni Forrester attend the launch of the Enterprise
Europe Network at Donegal Local Enterprise Office.
The 600 branches are in
Europe as well as North and South America, Egypt,
many Asian countries and recently New Zealand.
Donegal County Council ceo., Seamus Neely, said the
local authority said: “Whether it is access to EU
funding, help with grasping EU rules, making
international connections or bringing your
innovation to market, we at Donegal County Council
are delighted to have the availability of the
Enterprise Europe Network here to assist you," he