Downtown Portlaoise in collaboration with the Portlaoise Town Team and Laois County Council launch a new visitors map to assist tourists.
Danish home retail brand JYSK will open in Portlaoise this August as part of their planned Irish expansion to open 15 new stores by 2020.
The 9th of April marked an important day for Laois as Greenfield Global Inc. Announced its plans to develop a new EU manufacturing headquarters in Portlaoise, Ireland. The company are Canada’s largest producer of alcohol, fuel ethanol and solvents. Greenfield which is based in Toronto has extensive operations in 12 locations across North America, and
In anticipation for the opening of Bloom HQ (Mountrath’s new community and digital hub) in May; we sat down with Facilities Manager Andrea Deering to find out more about Bloom HQ, how it came about, the services it offers and its hopes for the future of Mountrath. Hi Andrea can you tell us a bit
This year’s Fairtrade Fortnight takes place from Monday the 25th of February to Sunday the 10th of March.
On Thursday the 17th of January the Business Support Unit exhibited at the National Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference and Exhibition in Citywest. The event is the largest gathering of key decision makers in Irish Manufacturing Supply Chain visited by 6,103 delegates on the day. Laois County Council was 1 of 386 exhibitors at the
Wednesday the 6th of February saw Minister of state for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphrey, travel to Mountmellick to announce the Regional Enterprise Plan (REP) for the Midlands
Building on the recent success of the new Portlaoise branding and gift card, the Portlaoise Town Team today unveiled the new branded gazebos proudly displayed by the Portlaoise farmer’s market traders. Laois County Councils Business Support Unit worked closely with traders Mary Lowry and Peter McHugh over the past few months with the aim
Minister Humphrey’s this week announced the successful applicants of the second round of the Regional Enterprise Development Fund (REDF) worth over €29 million.
Portlaoise secured over €3.3 million in funding from the Urban Regeneration Development Fund for the development of a new Cultural Quarter and the Low Carbon Town initiative.