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A new website for craft brewers is welcomed by Waterford company..
In this latest episode of The Hot Desk, Mary found out about a new initiative to help craft brewers promote themselves. Irishbeer.ie is an interactive map showing where local craft companies are situated. Waterford's Metalman Brewing Co., and the Dungarvan Brewing Company, are both listed. Mary spoke to Gráinne Walsh of Metalman..
Fans of vintage clothes have a treat in store in Dunmore East..
The Second Coming is a vintage and pre-loved designer shop. After a successful run in Waterford City at Christmas, the owners are bringing a pop-up to Fisherman's Hall in Dunmore East from Friday August 6th to Sunday 8th. Mary found out more from Judy Walsh, who's part of the venture..
It's not to late to apply for a place on the New Frontiers programme at WIT..
Delivered on behalf of Enterprise Ireland by the Institutes of Technology and Technological Universities across 18 locations nationwide, New Frontiers provides the skills, support, and confidence needed to dramatically increase the chances of starting a successful business. Mary found out more from Paula Carroll, New Frontiers Programme Manager at Enterprise Ireland..
Frank Ronan, CEO of the Port of Waterford, discusses the company's trading activities
Frank says while turnover in 2020 was down here on year, there's already a lot of positive signs for 2021, especially in the area of bulk handling. He told Mary he is very optimistic for the future of the Port.
You can listen to all of this week's episode here..