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Daft.ie is Ireland's No.1 Property website and app Founded in 1997 by…

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Daft.ie is Ireland's No.1 Property website and app Founded in 1997 by…

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Big Maggie Mar 03

Big Maggie

Listowel Drama Group present our 80th ANNIVERSARY production of John B. Keane's…

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Big Maggie Mar 03

Big Maggie

Listowel Drama Group present our 80th ANNIVERSARY production of John B. Keane's…

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Daft.ie is Ireland's No.1 Property website and app Founded in 1997 by…

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Daft.ie

Daft.ie is Ireland's No.1 Property website and app Founded in 1997 by…

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Big Maggie Mar 03

Big Maggie

Listowel Drama Group present our 80th ANNIVERSARY production of John B. Keane's…

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Big Maggie Mar 03

Big Maggie

Listowel Drama Group present our 80th ANNIVERSARY production of John B. Keane's…

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Daft.ie

Daft.ie is Ireland's No.1 Property website and app Founded in 1997 by…

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Daft.ie

Daft.ie is Ireland's No.1 Property website and app Founded in 1997 by…

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Big Maggie Mar 03

Big Maggie

Listowel Drama Group present our 80th ANNIVERSARY production of John B. Keane's…

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Big Maggie Mar 03

Big Maggie

Listowel Drama Group present our 80th ANNIVERSARY production of John B. Keane's…

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BioAtlantis Feb 26

BioAtlantis: Driving Global Innovation from County Kerry

  • 1 minute read

Pioneering Innovation: The BioAtlantis Story At the heart of BioAtlantis lies a profound passion for innovation and unwavering determination. Established in 2004 by John T O'Sullivan, the company embarked on a transformative journey to propel biotechnology forward and confront global challenges…

Bromore_Cliffs_Ballybunnion_Co_Kerry_Web_Size Feb 23

10 Breathtaking Walks That Won't Leave You Breathless

  • 4 minute read

Kerry has some of the most beautiful landscapes you can find - and what better way to soak in that beauty than a leisurely stroll through some of Kerry’s most magical walkways and trails? Here’s a list of 10 walks which will leave you speechless, without leaving you breathless! Nestled in the Slieve…

Work/Life
hero love tralee version 3 with blue background border Feb 14

10 Reasons Why Working in Kerry Will Capture Your Heart

  • 6 minute read

Let us Count the Ways Love is in the air this Valentine's Day, and while many people are focused on their significant others, we wanted to take a moment to celebrate a different kind of love. Here at Discover Kerry, we are lucky enough to not only work, but also live in this beautiful county…

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Sustainability
BioAtlantis Feb 26

BioAtlantis: Driving Global Innovation from County Kerry

  • 1 minute read

Pioneering Innovation: The BioAtlantis Story At the heart of BioAtlantis lies a profound passion for innovation and unwavering determination. Established in 2004 by John T O'Sullivan, the company embarked on a transformative journey to propel biotechnology forward and confront global challenges…

Bromore_Cliffs_Ballybunnion_Co_Kerry_Web_Size Feb 23

10 Breathtaking Walks That Won't Leave You Breathless

  • 4 minute read

Kerry has some of the most beautiful landscapes you can find - and what better way to soak in that beauty than a leisurely stroll through some of Kerry’s most magical walkways and trails? Here’s a list of 10 walks which will leave you speechless, without leaving you breathless! Nestled in the Slieve…

Work/Life
hero love tralee version 3 with blue background border Feb 14

10 Reasons Why Working in Kerry Will Capture Your Heart

  • 6 minute read

Let us Count the Ways Love is in the air this Valentine's Day, and while many people are focused on their significant others, we wanted to take a moment to celebrate a different kind of love. Here at Discover Kerry, we are lucky enough to not only work, but also live in this beautiful county…

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Castle Hostel

For a stay in Tralee, County Kerry’s largest town, budget travellers can choose Castle Hostel, a family run establishment ideally situated near the railway and bus station. It offers eight ensuite rooms and has a fully equipped kitchen, dining room, TV lounge, luggage lockers and bicycle facility. Guests also enjoy a light breakfast each morning. Tralee is found in the south west, along the Slieve Mish Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean.It boasts a beautiful landscape perfect for sailing, surfing, angling, walking and climbing. It is home to the Rose of Tralee, an annual celebration of Irish culture.

Daft.ie

Daft.ie is Ireland's No.1 Property website and app Founded in 1997 by brothers Eamonn and Brian Fallon, Daft.ie is focused on empowering users to make informed decisions through a mixture of innovative product features and in-depth quarterly market analysis by way of Ireland's most read property report - The Daft Report. Daft.ie is the number one destination for property searchers and connects property professionals with a unique audience of over 2.5 million users each month.

Individual Placement and Support ( IPS) Killarney

What is Individual Placement and Support (IPS)? Individual Placement and Support (IPS) is a specific approach developed to support people who use mental health services to source and maintain paid, mainstream employment. IPS is a service run by the Community Mental Health Service in collaboration with South Dublin County Partnership.  Who can be referred to IPS? Many people who have experienced a mental health condition want to work, yet some may face significant barriers when they try to get a job. IPS is open to anybody who uses the community mental health service who wishes to have a job, but needs some support to do so. How can I be referred? The service is advertised in our clinics and services. You can request to be referred. Any member of the team can refer you. Who will I meet on my first visit? You will meet with an Employment Specialist who works with the Community Mental Health Team.  Do I need to bring anything to my first appointment? If you have a CV old or new bring it along (but don’t worry if you haven’t got one) and some form of ID and proof of address. E.g. utility bill Should I bring anybody else with me? There is no need to bring anyone else along with you. However if you would like to bring someone they would be welcome. What should I expect on my first visit? The employment specialist will meet with you for about an hour, tell you about IPS and start the process of looking for work. What kinds of questions will the IPS specialist ask? Questions will include your previous experience of work; work goals; what motivates you to want to work; social welfare paymententitlements on commencing paid employment; your mental health  You are also free to ask the employment specialist questions or concerns that you may have about the process What happens next? The first steps can take up to three or four sessions. We will work on up-dating your CV, preparation for interview and commence active job search and job applications. We aim to start your job search in the first four weeks What is hoped to be achieved? To find and keep a paid job that you are happy with. Do employment specialists work with employers? Yes, but only if you give us your permission. We can help employers find suitable roles for you or understand your mental health needs. How long will I see the Employment Specialist for? You can continue with IPS supports for as long as you need.  Is there a waiting list? Yes. There sometimes is a waiting list. The employment specialist can work with a maximum of 20 people at one time.  What should I do if I know I can’t make an appointment? Give your employment specialist a call or text. You will be give their number on your first appointment letter. A new appointment will be made for you.  Where can I find out more? Please contact the employment specialist or occupational therapist. There is lots of information on line about Individual Placement and Support.  

Individual Placement and Support ( IPS) Listowel

What is Individual Placement and Support (IPS)? Individual Placement and Support (IPS) is a specific approach developed to support people who use mental health services to source and maintain paid, mainstream employment. IPS is a service run by the Community Mental Health Service in collaboration with South Dublin County Partnership.  Who can be referred to IPS? Many people who have experienced a mental health condition want to work, yet some may face significant barriers when they try to get a job. IPS is open to anybody who uses the community mental health service who wishes to have a job, but needs some support to do so. How can I be referred? The service is advertised in our clinics and services. You can request to be referred. Any member of the team can refer you. Who will I meet on my first visit? You will meet with an Employment Specialist who works with the Community Mental Health Team.  Do I need to bring anything to my first appointment? If you have a CV old or new bring it along (but don’t worry if you haven’t got one) and some form of ID and proof of address. E.g. utility bill Should I bring anybody else with me? There is no need to bring anyone else along with you. However if you would like to bring someone they would be welcome. What should I expect on my first visit? The employment specialist will meet with you for about an hour, tell you about IPS and start the process of looking for work. What kinds of questions will the IPS specialist ask? Questions will include your previous experience of work; work goals; what motivates you to want to work; social welfare paymententitlements on commencing paid employment; your mental health  You are also free to ask the employment specialist questions or concerns that you may have about the process What happens next? The first steps can take up to three or four sessions. We will work on up-dating your CV, preparation for interview and commence active job search and job applications. We aim to start your job search in the first four weeks What is hoped to be achieved? To find and keep a paid job that you are happy with. Do employment specialists work with employers? Yes, but only if you give us your permission. We can help employers find suitable roles for you or understand your mental health needs. How long will I see the Employment Specialist for? You can continue with IPS supports for as long as you need.  Is there a waiting list? Yes. There sometimes is a waiting list. The employment specialist can work with a maximum of 20 people at one time.  What should I do if I know I can’t make an appointment? Give your employment specialist a call or text. You will be give their number on your first appointment letter. A new appointment will be made for you.  Where can I find out more? Please contact the employment specialist or occupational therapist. There is lots of information on line about Individual Placement and Support.  

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Castle Hostel

For a stay in Tralee, County Kerry’s largest town, budget travellers can choose Castle Hostel, a family run establishment ideally situated near the railway and bus station. It offers eight ensuite rooms and has a fully equipped kitchen, dining room, TV lounge, luggage lockers and bicycle facility. Guests also enjoy a light breakfast each morning. Tralee is found in the south west, along the Slieve Mish Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean.It boasts a beautiful landscape perfect for sailing, surfing, angling, walking and climbing. It is home to the Rose of Tralee, an annual celebration of Irish culture.

Daft.ie

Daft.ie is Ireland's No.1 Property website and app Founded in 1997 by brothers Eamonn and Brian Fallon, Daft.ie is focused on empowering users to make informed decisions through a mixture of innovative product features and in-depth quarterly market analysis by way of Ireland's most read property report - The Daft Report. Daft.ie is the number one destination for property searchers and connects property professionals with a unique audience of over 2.5 million users each month.

Individual Placement and Support ( IPS) Killarney

What is Individual Placement and Support (IPS)? Individual Placement and Support (IPS) is a specific approach developed to support people who use mental health services to source and maintain paid, mainstream employment. IPS is a service run by the Community Mental Health Service in collaboration with South Dublin County Partnership.  Who can be referred to IPS? Many people who have experienced a mental health condition want to work, yet some may face significant barriers when they try to get a job. IPS is open to anybody who uses the community mental health service who wishes to have a job, but needs some support to do so. How can I be referred? The service is advertised in our clinics and services. You can request to be referred. Any member of the team can refer you. Who will I meet on my first visit? You will meet with an Employment Specialist who works with the Community Mental Health Team.  Do I need to bring anything to my first appointment? If you have a CV old or new bring it along (but don’t worry if you haven’t got one) and some form of ID and proof of address. E.g. utility bill Should I bring anybody else with me? There is no need to bring anyone else along with you. However if you would like to bring someone they would be welcome. What should I expect on my first visit? The employment specialist will meet with you for about an hour, tell you about IPS and start the process of looking for work. What kinds of questions will the IPS specialist ask? Questions will include your previous experience of work; work goals; what motivates you to want to work; social welfare paymententitlements on commencing paid employment; your mental health  You are also free to ask the employment specialist questions or concerns that you may have about the process What happens next? The first steps can take up to three or four sessions. We will work on up-dating your CV, preparation for interview and commence active job search and job applications. We aim to start your job search in the first four weeks What is hoped to be achieved? To find and keep a paid job that you are happy with. Do employment specialists work with employers? Yes, but only if you give us your permission. We can help employers find suitable roles for you or understand your mental health needs. How long will I see the Employment Specialist for? You can continue with IPS supports for as long as you need.  Is there a waiting list? Yes. There sometimes is a waiting list. The employment specialist can work with a maximum of 20 people at one time.  What should I do if I know I can’t make an appointment? Give your employment specialist a call or text. You will be give their number on your first appointment letter. A new appointment will be made for you.  Where can I find out more? Please contact the employment specialist or occupational therapist. There is lots of information on line about Individual Placement and Support.  

Individual Placement and Support ( IPS) Listowel

What is Individual Placement and Support (IPS)? Individual Placement and Support (IPS) is a specific approach developed to support people who use mental health services to source and maintain paid, mainstream employment. IPS is a service run by the Community Mental Health Service in collaboration with South Dublin County Partnership.  Who can be referred to IPS? Many people who have experienced a mental health condition want to work, yet some may face significant barriers when they try to get a job. IPS is open to anybody who uses the community mental health service who wishes to have a job, but needs some support to do so. How can I be referred? The service is advertised in our clinics and services. You can request to be referred. Any member of the team can refer you. Who will I meet on my first visit? You will meet with an Employment Specialist who works with the Community Mental Health Team.  Do I need to bring anything to my first appointment? If you have a CV old or new bring it along (but don’t worry if you haven’t got one) and some form of ID and proof of address. E.g. utility bill Should I bring anybody else with me? There is no need to bring anyone else along with you. However if you would like to bring someone they would be welcome. What should I expect on my first visit? The employment specialist will meet with you for about an hour, tell you about IPS and start the process of looking for work. What kinds of questions will the IPS specialist ask? Questions will include your previous experience of work; work goals; what motivates you to want to work; social welfare paymententitlements on commencing paid employment; your mental health  You are also free to ask the employment specialist questions or concerns that you may have about the process What happens next? The first steps can take up to three or four sessions. We will work on up-dating your CV, preparation for interview and commence active job search and job applications. We aim to start your job search in the first four weeks What is hoped to be achieved? To find and keep a paid job that you are happy with. Do employment specialists work with employers? Yes, but only if you give us your permission. We can help employers find suitable roles for you or understand your mental health needs. How long will I see the Employment Specialist for? You can continue with IPS supports for as long as you need.  Is there a waiting list? Yes. There sometimes is a waiting list. The employment specialist can work with a maximum of 20 people at one time.  What should I do if I know I can’t make an appointment? Give your employment specialist a call or text. You will be give their number on your first appointment letter. A new appointment will be made for you.  Where can I find out more? Please contact the employment specialist or occupational therapist. There is lots of information on line about Individual Placement and Support.  

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Big Maggie Mar 03

Big Maggie

Listowel Drama Group present our 80th ANNIVERSARY production of John B. Keane's social and cultural expose of Irish society and the impact of its accepted norms upon the lives of those who lived it. Told through the life of Big Maggie Polpin, one of the great female characters of twentieth century Irish literature. As relevant now as it was then!  Performed by: Imelda Dowling-Garvey, Tina Enright O' Connell, Pa Sheahan, Tom Collins, Helen Lane McPhillips, Owen MacMahon, Kevin Barry, Cora O'Brien, Liz Horgan, Madeleine O'Sullivan, Máire O' Connor, Frank McNerney, Jim Halpin and a host of others. 

The Gathering Festival of Music & Arts Mar 03

The Gathering Festival of Music & Arts

The Gathering Festival of Music & Arts returns to the Gleneagle Hotel from February 28th – March 3rd 2024. And all under the one roof, sure where else would you get it? The Gathering is set to do exactly what it says on the tin and gather together the best and boldest trad musicians, singers, and, dancers for one weekend of toe-tapping, roof-raising celebrations, and festivities. This year’s festival programme is loaded with concerts, céilís, sessions, and workshops along with the addition of a late-night festival club. Wander through The Gleneagle Hotel from February 28 to March 3 and experience a truly immersive festival vibe where the love of trad culture unites and inspires young and old. Friday Night Concert featuirng Mairtin O’Connor | Donal Lunny | SíFiddlers | Zoe Conway - Learn More Friday Night Festival Club featuring Mec Lir & the Rising - Learn More Saturday Afternoon Concert featuring Jackie Daly | Eileen O’Brien | Paul De Grae | Eimear & Caoimhe Flannery - Learn More Saturday Night Concert featuring Altan | Tim Edey | Gino Lupari | Dermot Byrne - Learn More Saturday Night Festival Club featuring Project Smok & the Damien Mullane Trio - Learn More Sunday Afternoon concert Eileen O’Brien | Connie O’Connell | Sorcha Costello - Learn More Sunday Night Concert festuring John Blake | Sorcha Costello | Diarmuid O Meachair | James Carty | Caoimhin O Fearghail - Learn More Full Schedule can be seen here

Local Enterprise Week Mar 04

Local Enterprise Week

Mark your calendars for Local Enterprise Week 2024! Kerry Local Enterprise Office (LEO) has announced a series of exciting business events and initiatives  for Local Enterprise Week (LEW) this year, which is happening between the 4th and 8th of March 2024. LEW offers local business owner/managers the opportunity to learn, engage and network in person at events occurring throughout the week. In addition, a series of online events organised nationally will be accessible to businesses throughout Ireland.  Pre-booking is essential for all of our training, mentor advice clinics and workshops, so make sure to book early to secure your place! We look forward to seeing you during Local Enterprise Week. See below for a flavour of what's coming up through the LEO .....bookings now open! Monday 4th March Kerry Local Enterprise Office Supports - hear how we can help you Kerry Local Enterprise Office provides a range of financial, mentoring and training supports designed to assist with the establishment and/or growth of enterprises (limited company, individuals/sole trader, cooperatives and partnerships) employing up to ten people. This free 1 hour session will give you an overview of the supports that are available and what would be relevant to your business. You will have the opportunity to ask Kerry LEO staff any questions you might have and arrange for follow up in specific areas of your choice. Book Now Tuesday 5th March Family Business Succession Planning seminar This in-person seminar is relevant to both those preparing to deal with and/or managing any aspect of family business succession. The seminar will inform on the three elements of good succession planning Legal, Finance & Tax and Behavioural (Psychological). The presenters are expert and experienced practitioners. Book Now Start Your Own Business course (evening course) Do you want to develop a business idea? Are you looking at self-employment as a career option? With the help of experienced business trainers, this programme will guide you through starting and managing a successful business. If you are committed to focusing on your new business and completing a business plan then this course is for you. Book Now Wednesday 6th March Planning Your HR Priorities for 2024 - Employment Law seminar This in-person networking seminar is designed to provide learners with an understanding of the key updates and recent changes in employment legislation. Key HR Updates for 2024 • Statutory Sick Pay • The Right to Request Remote Working • The Right to Request Flexible Working • Time off for Medical Purposes • Domestic Violence Leave • Protected Disclosures • Tips & Gratuities • Bullying and Harassment Code of Practice WRC Compliance and Claims • Key trends • Basic Compliance Areas Book Now How to market your business locally around your town or county using digital marketing Would you like to increase sales to people who are looking for products or services within your county? In this course you will learn a range of digital marketing tactics that will help you to market your business to people: - a) Who live in your location and would be interested in the product or service you offer e.g., a local taxi, solicitor, accountant, yoga classes, vet, pharmacy. b) Who live anywhere but are looking for a product or service in your locality e.g., restaurant, hotel, estate agent. In this course we will cover a range of digital marketing tactics to help you achieve this. Book Now Start Your Own Business course (morning course) Do you want to develop a business idea? Are you looking at self-employment as a career option? With the help of experienced business trainers, this programme will guide you through starting and managing a successful business. If you are committed to focusing on your new business and completing a business plan then this course is for you. Book Now Creative Clinic for the Craft sector Our Creative Clinics feature one to one Mentoring with expert craft mentor Maebh Ring. This customised support for craft businesses can focus on activities to support the microenterprises to grow and sustain their creative enterprise including Organisation Structure, Product Development, Sales and Marketing, Branding, Pricing, Market Research and Consumer Purchasing Behaviour. Email your expression of interest to LEO@kerrycoco.ie  Thursday 10th March Website review Clinic Would you like a review of your website? Is your website working to its full potential? The 1 hour session will cover the following: A review of Analytics reporting. Analysis of online advertising (if not executed within the last 12 months, an analysis of potential online channels relevant to the clients' audiences). Analysis of on-site and off-site SEO performance. A review of user journeys to achieve primary and other goals.  Book Now Friday 8th March International Women's Day 2024 Kerry Businesswomen’s Network in partnership with Kerry Local Enterprise Office This workshop focuses on learning, and from business coach Helen Burns and life coach Alana Kirk is a power-packed combination of strategic business insights and personal development principles. They will both conduct discussions on effective communication, building resilience, and fostering a healthy workplace culture. Participants are encouraged to share their experiences and challenges, creating a supportive community within the session.re you looking to grow your business in the next 3 years?  Book Now

AgriTech Skills Connect Event Mar 05

AgriTech Skills Connect Event

Agri Industry meet-up with MTU Students, Researchers & Staff 5th March from 11am – 3pm, Kerry Sports Academy at MTU Kerry North Campus   Networking: 11:00 – 11:30 AgriTech business showcase set-up    AgriTech business showcase: 11:30 – 15:00 Engineering students: 11:30 Business & Computing students: 12:15 Science students: 13:00 Researchers & Lifelong Learning students   Agri Skills Talk Time: 14:00 – 15:00 Welcome Panel discussion & Q&A Closing   Student Tech Challenge – Test yourself for a top prize!

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Big Maggie Mar 03

Big Maggie

Listowel Drama Group present our 80th ANNIVERSARY production of John B. Keane's social and cultural expose of Irish society and the impact of its accepted norms upon the lives of those who lived it. Told through the life of Big Maggie Polpin, one of the great female characters of twentieth century Irish literature. As relevant now as it was then!  Performed by: Imelda Dowling-Garvey, Tina Enright O' Connell, Pa Sheahan, Tom Collins, Helen Lane McPhillips, Owen MacMahon, Kevin Barry, Cora O'Brien, Liz Horgan, Madeleine O'Sullivan, Máire O' Connor, Frank McNerney, Jim Halpin and a host of others. 

The Gathering Festival of Music & Arts Mar 03

The Gathering Festival of Music & Arts

The Gathering Festival of Music & Arts returns to the Gleneagle Hotel from February 28th – March 3rd 2024. And all under the one roof, sure where else would you get it? The Gathering is set to do exactly what it says on the tin and gather together the best and boldest trad musicians, singers, and, dancers for one weekend of toe-tapping, roof-raising celebrations, and festivities. This year’s festival programme is loaded with concerts, céilís, sessions, and workshops along with the addition of a late-night festival club. Wander through The Gleneagle Hotel from February 28 to March 3 and experience a truly immersive festival vibe where the love of trad culture unites and inspires young and old. Friday Night Concert featuirng Mairtin O’Connor | Donal Lunny | SíFiddlers | Zoe Conway - Learn More Friday Night Festival Club featuring Mec Lir & the Rising - Learn More Saturday Afternoon Concert featuring Jackie Daly | Eileen O’Brien | Paul De Grae | Eimear & Caoimhe Flannery - Learn More Saturday Night Concert featuring Altan | Tim Edey | Gino Lupari | Dermot Byrne - Learn More Saturday Night Festival Club featuring Project Smok & the Damien Mullane Trio - Learn More Sunday Afternoon concert Eileen O’Brien | Connie O’Connell | Sorcha Costello - Learn More Sunday Night Concert festuring John Blake | Sorcha Costello | Diarmuid O Meachair | James Carty | Caoimhin O Fearghail - Learn More Full Schedule can be seen here

Local Enterprise Week Mar 04

Local Enterprise Week

Mark your calendars for Local Enterprise Week 2024! Kerry Local Enterprise Office (LEO) has announced a series of exciting business events and initiatives  for Local Enterprise Week (LEW) this year, which is happening between the 4th and 8th of March 2024. LEW offers local business owner/managers the opportunity to learn, engage and network in person at events occurring throughout the week. In addition, a series of online events organised nationally will be accessible to businesses throughout Ireland.  Pre-booking is essential for all of our training, mentor advice clinics and workshops, so make sure to book early to secure your place! We look forward to seeing you during Local Enterprise Week. See below for a flavour of what's coming up through the LEO .....bookings now open! Monday 4th March Kerry Local Enterprise Office Supports - hear how we can help you Kerry Local Enterprise Office provides a range of financial, mentoring and training supports designed to assist with the establishment and/or growth of enterprises (limited company, individuals/sole trader, cooperatives and partnerships) employing up to ten people. This free 1 hour session will give you an overview of the supports that are available and what would be relevant to your business. You will have the opportunity to ask Kerry LEO staff any questions you might have and arrange for follow up in specific areas of your choice. Book Now Tuesday 5th March Family Business Succession Planning seminar This in-person seminar is relevant to both those preparing to deal with and/or managing any aspect of family business succession. The seminar will inform on the three elements of good succession planning Legal, Finance & Tax and Behavioural (Psychological). The presenters are expert and experienced practitioners. Book Now Start Your Own Business course (evening course) Do you want to develop a business idea? Are you looking at self-employment as a career option? With the help of experienced business trainers, this programme will guide you through starting and managing a successful business. If you are committed to focusing on your new business and completing a business plan then this course is for you. Book Now Wednesday 6th March Planning Your HR Priorities for 2024 - Employment Law seminar This in-person networking seminar is designed to provide learners with an understanding of the key updates and recent changes in employment legislation. Key HR Updates for 2024 • Statutory Sick Pay • The Right to Request Remote Working • The Right to Request Flexible Working • Time off for Medical Purposes • Domestic Violence Leave • Protected Disclosures • Tips & Gratuities • Bullying and Harassment Code of Practice WRC Compliance and Claims • Key trends • Basic Compliance Areas Book Now How to market your business locally around your town or county using digital marketing Would you like to increase sales to people who are looking for products or services within your county? In this course you will learn a range of digital marketing tactics that will help you to market your business to people: - a) Who live in your location and would be interested in the product or service you offer e.g., a local taxi, solicitor, accountant, yoga classes, vet, pharmacy. b) Who live anywhere but are looking for a product or service in your locality e.g., restaurant, hotel, estate agent. In this course we will cover a range of digital marketing tactics to help you achieve this. Book Now Start Your Own Business course (morning course) Do you want to develop a business idea? Are you looking at self-employment as a career option? With the help of experienced business trainers, this programme will guide you through starting and managing a successful business. If you are committed to focusing on your new business and completing a business plan then this course is for you. Book Now Creative Clinic for the Craft sector Our Creative Clinics feature one to one Mentoring with expert craft mentor Maebh Ring. This customised support for craft businesses can focus on activities to support the microenterprises to grow and sustain their creative enterprise including Organisation Structure, Product Development, Sales and Marketing, Branding, Pricing, Market Research and Consumer Purchasing Behaviour. Email your expression of interest to LEO@kerrycoco.ie  Thursday 10th March Website review Clinic Would you like a review of your website? Is your website working to its full potential? The 1 hour session will cover the following: A review of Analytics reporting. Analysis of online advertising (if not executed within the last 12 months, an analysis of potential online channels relevant to the clients' audiences). Analysis of on-site and off-site SEO performance. A review of user journeys to achieve primary and other goals.  Book Now Friday 8th March International Women's Day 2024 Kerry Businesswomen’s Network in partnership with Kerry Local Enterprise Office This workshop focuses on learning, and from business coach Helen Burns and life coach Alana Kirk is a power-packed combination of strategic business insights and personal development principles. They will both conduct discussions on effective communication, building resilience, and fostering a healthy workplace culture. Participants are encouraged to share their experiences and challenges, creating a supportive community within the session.re you looking to grow your business in the next 3 years?  Book Now

AgriTech Skills Connect Event Mar 05

AgriTech Skills Connect Event

Agri Industry meet-up with MTU Students, Researchers & Staff 5th March from 11am – 3pm, Kerry Sports Academy at MTU Kerry North Campus   Networking: 11:00 – 11:30 AgriTech business showcase set-up    AgriTech business showcase: 11:30 – 15:00 Engineering students: 11:30 Business & Computing students: 12:15 Science students: 13:00 Researchers & Lifelong Learning students   Agri Skills Talk Time: 14:00 – 15:00 Welcome Panel discussion & Q&A Closing   Student Tech Challenge – Test yourself for a top prize!

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Sustainability
BioAtlantis Feb 26

BioAtlantis: Driving Global Innovation from County Kerry

  • 1 minute read

Pioneering Innovation: The BioAtlantis Story At the heart of BioAtlantis lies a profound passion for innovation and unwavering determination. Established in 2004 by John T O'Sullivan, the company embarked on a transformative journey to propel…

Bromore_Cliffs_Ballybunnion_Co_Kerry_Web_Size Feb 23

10 Breathtaking Walks That Won't Leave You Breathless

  • 4 minute read

Kerry has some of the most beautiful landscapes you can find - and what better way to soak in that beauty than a leisurely stroll through some of Kerry’s most magical walkways and trails? Here’s a list of 10 walks which will leave you…

Work/Life
hero love tralee version 3 with blue background border Feb 14

10 Reasons Why Working in Kerry Will Capture Your Heart

  • 6 minute read

Let us Count the Ways Love is in the air this Valentine's Day, and while many people are focused on their significant others, we wanted to take a moment to celebrate a different kind of love. Here at Discover Kerry, we are lucky enough to not…

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BioAtlantis Feb 26

BioAtlantis: Driving Global Innovation from County Kerry

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Pioneering Innovation: The BioAtlantis Story At the heart of BioAtlantis lies a profound passion for innovation and unwavering determination. Established in 2004 by John T O'Sullivan, the company embarked on a transformative journey to propel…

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10 Breathtaking Walks That Won't Leave You Breathless

  • 4 minute read

Kerry has some of the most beautiful landscapes you can find - and what better way to soak in that beauty than a leisurely stroll through some of Kerry’s most magical walkways and trails? Here’s a list of 10 walks which will leave you…

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10 Reasons Why Working in Kerry Will Capture Your Heart

  • 6 minute read

Let us Count the Ways Love is in the air this Valentine's Day, and while many people are focused on their significant others, we wanted to take a moment to celebrate a different kind of love. Here at Discover Kerry, we are lucky enough to not…

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Castle Hostel

For a stay in Tralee, County Kerry’s largest town, budget travellers can choose Castle Hostel, a family run establishment ideally situated near the railway and bus station. It offers eight ensuite rooms and has a fully equipped kitchen, dining…

Daft.ie

Daft.ie is Ireland's No.1 Property website and app Founded in 1997 by brothers Eamonn and Brian Fallon, Daft.ie is focused on empowering users to make informed decisions through a mixture of innovative product features and in-depth quarterly…

Individual Placement and Support ( IPS) Killarney

What is Individual Placement and Support (IPS)? Individual Placement and Support (IPS) is a specific approach developed to support people who use mental health services to source and maintain paid, mainstream employment. IPS is a service run by the…

Individual Placement and Support ( IPS) Listowel

What is Individual Placement and Support (IPS)? Individual Placement and Support (IPS) is a specific approach developed to support people who use mental health services to source and maintain paid, mainstream employment. IPS is a service run by the…

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Castle Hostel

For a stay in Tralee, County Kerry’s largest town, budget travellers can choose Castle Hostel, a family run establishment ideally situated near the railway and bus station. It offers eight ensuite rooms and has a fully equipped kitchen, dining…

Daft.ie

Daft.ie is Ireland's No.1 Property website and app Founded in 1997 by brothers Eamonn and Brian Fallon, Daft.ie is focused on empowering users to make informed decisions through a mixture of innovative product features and in-depth quarterly…

Individual Placement and Support ( IPS) Killarney

What is Individual Placement and Support (IPS)? Individual Placement and Support (IPS) is a specific approach developed to support people who use mental health services to source and maintain paid, mainstream employment. IPS is a service run by the…

Individual Placement and Support ( IPS) Listowel

What is Individual Placement and Support (IPS)? Individual Placement and Support (IPS) is a specific approach developed to support people who use mental health services to source and maintain paid, mainstream employment. IPS is a service run by the…

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Big Maggie Mar 03

Big Maggie

Listowel Drama Group present our 80th ANNIVERSARY production of John B. Keane's social and cultural expose of Irish society and the impact of its accepted norms upon the lives of those who lived it. Told through the life of Big Maggie Polpin, one…

The Gathering Festival of Music & Arts Mar 03

The Gathering Festival of Music & Arts

The Gathering Festival of Music & Arts returns to the Gleneagle Hotel from February 28th – March 3rd 2024. And all under the one roof, sure where else would you get it? The Gathering is set to do exactly what it says on the tin and gather…

Local Enterprise Week Mar 04

Local Enterprise Week

Mark your calendars for Local Enterprise Week 2024! Kerry Local Enterprise Office (LEO) has announced a series of exciting business events and initiatives  for Local Enterprise Week (LEW) this year, which is happening between the 4th and…

AgriTech Skills Connect Event Mar 05

AgriTech Skills Connect Event

Agri Industry meet-up with MTU Students, Researchers & Staff 5th March from 11am – 3pm, Kerry Sports Academy at MTU Kerry North Campus   Networking: 11:00 – 11:30 AgriTech business showcase set-up    AgriTech…

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Big Maggie Mar 03

Big Maggie

Listowel Drama Group present our 80th ANNIVERSARY production of John B. Keane's social and cultural expose of Irish society and the impact of its accepted norms upon the lives of those who lived it. Told through the life of Big Maggie Polpin, one…

The Gathering Festival of Music & Arts Mar 03

The Gathering Festival of Music & Arts

The Gathering Festival of Music & Arts returns to the Gleneagle Hotel from February 28th – March 3rd 2024. And all under the one roof, sure where else would you get it? The Gathering is set to do exactly what it says on the tin and gather…

Local Enterprise Week Mar 04

Local Enterprise Week

Mark your calendars for Local Enterprise Week 2024! Kerry Local Enterprise Office (LEO) has announced a series of exciting business events and initiatives  for Local Enterprise Week (LEW) this year, which is happening between the 4th and…

AgriTech Skills Connect Event Mar 05

AgriTech Skills Connect Event

Agri Industry meet-up with MTU Students, Researchers & Staff 5th March from 11am – 3pm, Kerry Sports Academy at MTU Kerry North Campus   Networking: 11:00 – 11:30 AgriTech business showcase set-up    AgriTech…