Luke Curley of EdWare won the Software Development Award at the Limerick City Enterprise Awards 2011. The awards are decided on the basis of the achievements of the businesses taking into account the Business Plan, marketing strategy, use of technology and innovation, entrepreneurial skills and financial profitability.
The CEBs in Ireland were established by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation with responsibility for promoting Enterprise through training, mentoring and financial assistance. CEBs provide direct grant support to new and existing enterprises, and are uniquely positioned to understand local needs and know the background and track record of those applying for support and assistance.
Further information about the National Enterprise Awards, in addition to information around the supports available to small businesses locally, is available at www.limceb.ie or www.enterpriseboards.ie
|Cllr. Jim Long, Major of Limercik at the Limerick City Enterprise Awards 2011 at the Savoy Hotel, Limerick.|
|Luke Curley of EdWare winner of the Software Development Award, with Bernie Moloney, Asst. CEO Limerick City Enterprise Board at the Limerick City Enterprise Awards 2011 at the Savoy Hotel, Limerick|
|Both photos by Kieran Clancy © 17/10/11 Issued on behalf of LCEB Media Enquiries © Kieran Clancy Picsure Ltd 2011.|