24 May 2012 No Comments by The Northern Standard

By Cianna McNally

“There are supports out there for businesses that very often are simply being missed and we need to use networks like your own to promote what is available and also get feedback.”
These were the words of Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton T.D as he addressed the Co Monaghan Business Leaders Forum in Combilift on Friday last, 18th May.
Prior to visiting Combilift, Minister Bruton met with members of the Chamber of Commerce in the Glencarn Hotel in Castleblayney and also attended a business lunch there.
The Minister congratulated the organisers of the event for bringing together business leaders to network as he felt that this was important. “We do have to look at how we can box a bit cleverer in the way we do things,” he commented.
He referred to how the government had launched an action plan for jobs in February and said that a new action plan would be released each year for a number of years to come. 
Focusing everyone on the challenge of employment was also extremely important in Minister Bruton’s view. He felt that for a government to succeed it needed to reach out more to …

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