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John Kearney, Carbery Enterprise Group, Co. Kerry.

John Kearney, Carbery Enterprise Group, Co. Kerry.
Social & Community Enterprise, in association with the Interreg ACTION Project, Dunhill Rural Enterprises Ltd.

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National Jobs Conference Dunhill - John Kearney National Jobs Conference Dunhill - John Kearney Presentation Transcript

  • Carbery enterprise group Creating New Enterprises and Jobs in Rural Ireland 2010-2016
    • National Jobs Conference
    • August 2011
  • Our Vision To create jobs and improve the quality of facilities in our region. Focusing mainly on Food & Energy.
  • Introduction
    • Carbery Enterprise Group: Background
    • Objectives: Food and Energy
    • Support local Enterprise Creation as well attracting outside business to locate in the Carbery region (Mini IDA)
    • Community Enterprise Group (CEG)
  • Carbery Area
    • Skibbereen is the centre of the hub
  • Current Projects of CEG Niri Norwegian Fish Company Carbery College Indoor Multi Activity Complex Baltimore Community pool Fish Processing Factory Neri Norwegian company Carbery Collage of Food Enterprise Units Broadband/Fibre optic Fish Value Added projects Baltimore Community Leisure Indoor Multi Activity Centre Back to Work Groups
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  • Cork Swansea Ferry
    • Finance:
    • Services:
    • Red Tape:
    • Support:
    Challenges To Business Start ups
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  • Summary
    • We have focused more this year on food
    • We are also working with energy projects and plan to develop this more with our vast coast line
    • Carbery Enterprise Group a community taking action