Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Meath County Council, Local Politicians and Chambers of Commerce join forces to market South Meath

At a meeting hosted by Meath County Manager, Tom Dowling, a decision was taken by MCC, Ashbourne, Ratoath and Dunshaughlin Chambers of Commerce and local politicians, to join forces with a view to promoting South Meath as a perfect choice for new business to invest and set up.

“The past few years have been spent investing in the infrastructure required by investors. The M2 and M3 are now fully operational, our close proximity to Dublin city and the airport provides accessibility with ease, our broadband capabilities are top of the range for business users and our highly educated residents/workforce are ready to be tapped in to.  All that’s left for us to do is to sell our product – South Meath”

“To that end we have agreed to join forces with Kevin Stewart and his Economic Development Team in Meath County Council to seek presentations with Enterprise Ireland and the IDA to promote our area and their area of choice when bring suitable investors to Ireland”

“I am quite sure that once we have the opportunity to sell our area to these promoting bodies that we will see positive results in the form of new jobs for the people of Ashbourne, Ratoath, Dunshaughlin and Dunboyne.”    

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