A special event being held in Cloughjordan this month will promote businesses from Tipperary with a community, ecological or local focus. Companies using or supplying local produce, providing services to the community or active in the green sector in any way are invited to promote their business at this showcase event.
The event is taking place in the GAA Complex in Cloughjordan on the Saturday the 30th of June and will feature talks from experts, networking sessions and a ‘greening your business incubator’ designed to help businesses consider how to save money and increase their market by going green. Stalls from businesses and agencies from across the county will also be displaying their products and services.
The Tipperary Green Business Network are offering free stalls or information tables at the event which is part of the Totally Tipperary day of Cloughjordan Festival. This is an opportunity to highlight your product or service widely for no cost and benefit from the free capacity building sessions. This event is open to the public and along with the many free and family friendly events taking place in Cloughjordan will make a great day out.
The Tipperary Green Business Network was established to take advantage of the emerging green economy, harness its job creation potential, support local businesses in the greening of their product or service, and to help make Tipperary one of Ireland’s greenest counties. Membership of the Network will be free and will focus on the following four key sectors: Buildings & Energy, Tourism, Transport and Food and Agriculture.
To book a stall or for further information on the network contact Caroline Shanahan, TIPPERARY GREEN BUSINESS NETWORK Coordinator on 089-4612710 or by email at email@example.com. Find the Tipperary Green Business Network on facebook at www.facebook.com/TGBN2012