Tipperary takes first steps towards job creation

Tipperary County Council rolls out ConnectIreland Community Action Plan to help secure investment for county.


New business and stimulating growth is on the agenda in Tipperary this week, during the inaugural Tipperary Enterprise Week.

And Tipperary County Council is encouraging members of the community to think about what they can do to help local job creation at an information meeting in Terryglass Hall tonight (Thursday 21 May).

The council is spearheading the county’s Community Action Plan campaign, in association with ConnectIreland, and is encouraging the people of Tipperary to get behind the campaign to help create jobs in the county.

Tonight’s free information evening in Terryglass Hall is open to all who want to play their part in job creation. Members of the local business community, individuals and organisations are encouraged to come along and get involved with the local initiative.

“Every community has the power to do something incredible for their area. By reaching out to friends and family abroad, sharing the message and just keeping your eyes and ears open, it is possible to help create Irish jobs. We are delighted to work with Tipperary County Council and the wider community and business groups, who are so incredibly passionate about their county,” said Joanna Murphy, ConnectIreland COO.

The information evening will take place in Terryglass Hall at 7pm tonight (Thursday, May 21).


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