September 27th to October 6th 2019
Welcome to Donegal Connect!
to October 6th 2019
Donegal Connect is a collaborative project between the private and public sector in Donegal aimed at creating new opportunities for our county.
Through the project we want to engage with our Diaspora, both overseas and within Ireland, and anyone considering coming to Ireland, to entice them to make the journey to Donegal to explore the county and to find out why it is a wonderful county to visit, to invest in, to live in and be educated in.
Fáilte go Nasc Dún na nGall!
to October 6th 2019
Is é atá i Nasc Dhún na nGall ná togra comhoibrithe idir an earnáil phríobháideach agus an earnáil phoiblí i nDún na nGall agus é de chuspóir aige deiseanna úra a chruthú don chontae s’againne.
Tríd an togra seo ba mhaith linn nascadh leis an Diaspóra s’againn, bíodh siad thar lear nó anseo in Éirinn, agus nascadh le daoine atá ag smaointiú ar theacht go hÉirinn, chun iad a spreagadh agus a ghríosú leis an turas a dhéanamh go Dún na nGall le haithne agus eolas a chur ar an chontae seo agus a fháil amach cad chuige ar contae iontach é le seal a chaitheamh ann, infheistíocht a dhéanamh ann, cónaí a dhéanamh ann, agus oideachas a fháil ann.
We need to understand the rapid pace of technological change in the workplace if we are to take advantage of the job and career opportunities this brings. This is the subject of an ICT/Fintech Symposium taking place as part of Donegal Connect on Friday 4th October...
With over 10,000 small businesses in the county, they could be the biggest drivers of jobs and economic growth in Donegal, if they have the right support. That’s according to head of enterprise with Donegal Local Enterprise Office, Michael Tunney. Michael is calling...
Donegal Connect has launched a short video competition which aims to follow up on the huge success of #LoveDonegal day earlier this month. “We’re inviting people to enter videos of 30 seconds or less about ‘their’ Donegal,” says Donegal Connect spokesperson Joanne...
The #LoveDonegal day campaign reached worldwide audiences of over 33 million people, trended at Number 1 in Ireland, and trended in the UK and the US. “We have all been totally overwhelmed not just by the statistics but by the sheer strength of the human response to...