Business Resources

There are many organisations, websites and tools to help grow your business to it's full potential. Our list, whilst by no means comprehensive, will point you in the right direction.

Enterprise Ireland

Enterprise Ireland is the Government agency in Ireland responsible for supporting Irish businesses in the manufacturing and internationally traded service sectors. Specifically, Enterprise Ireland helps businesses to start-up, innovate and ultimately, to achieve global success.

FORUM Connemara LTD

FORUM Connemara Ltd. is a rural development partnership of voluntary, community and statutory bodies based in Non Gaeltacht Connemara

Citizens Information

If you are thinking of starting a business there are a number of issues you need to consider. Different supports and regulations apply, depending on your particular situation.

Self Employed Support is provided by the Citizens Information Board. This microsite provides public service information for self-employed people whose incomes are reduced.


Supporting the creation of good jobs by promoting the development of a competitive business environment in which enterprises will operate to high standards and grow in sustainable markets.


This site aims to support those with new, innovative business ideas that they wish to develop in the Border, Midland and Western regions of Ireland

Fáilte Ireland

Access a range of practical tools and templates focusing on business planning and business finance management. Topics covered include cashflow, costs, profit, sales, marketing, and understanding your accounts.

Look West

The definitive guide to living, working and doing business in the West.

Galway Chamber

Galway Chamber is the premier business organisation in Galway City. We currently represent approximately 500 companies.


This website has been developed in order to provide business with a single access point to all Government information and services.

Small Firms Association

The website of the Small Firms Association, the "Voice of Small Business" in Ireland with over 8,000 member companies.


IBEC represents the interests of business in Ireland and provides a wide range of direct services to its 7,500 members, which range from the very small to the largest enterprises