edundalk opens a mini one-stop-shop hub


As part of eDundalk’s work to tackle unemployment and promote social inclusion in Ireland, the social enterprise has opened a mini one-stop-shop hub (launched by Nigeria Charge D’Affaires to Ireland Olusola Iginla, Cllr Maria Doyle and Dundalk Chamber of Commerce president Michael Gaynor) at Creative Spark, Dundalk where they display and sell crafts made by local women entrepreneurs. If you are skilled in arts, design or crafts and would like your work promoted, displayed and sold, please contact them for membership details. You are one step ahead of ‘working’ your dream!

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eDundalk tackling unemployment, connecting communities.

 

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