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Industry flock back to BIM-sponsored Irish Skipper Expo

For its third year running in Co. Limerick, BIM proudly returned as main sponsor to The Irish Skipper Expo, Ireland’s only dedicated trade show for the seafood industry

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Industry flock back to BIM-sponsored Irish Skipper Expo

Launch of BIM Economic Impact of the Irish seafood sector study

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Dingle fish processor making waves with exciting new digital visitor attraction – with support from BIM

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Connemara-based organic salmon producer completes €543,000 investment, supported by BIM

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Interactive toolkit provides easier access to EU funding for rural areas

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  • Industry flock back to BIM-sponsored Irish Skipper Expo

    For its third year running in Co. Limerick, BIM proudly returned as main sponsor to The Irish Skipper Expo, Ireland’s only dedicated trade show for the seafood industry

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  • Launch of BIM Economic Impact of the Irish seafood sector study

    BIM is carrying out an assessment of the impact of the seafood industry in Ireland’s top ten fishing ports. This study aims to measure the depth of the industry in each port to accurately assess its contribution and importance.

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  • Dingle fish processor making waves with exciting new digital visitor attraction – with support from BIM

    A former Dingle fish processing plant is making waves with a new high-tech, virtual marine visitor attraction which is keeping alive the spirit of one of Kerry’ most loved characters, Fungi the Dolphin. The Wild Atlantic Virtual Experience (WAVE) is offering visitors a unique, immersive ocean experience, telling the story of marine life through the eyes of the men and women who have fished off the Co. Kerry shores for thousands of years using Ireland’s largest 360-degree LED screen. 

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  • Connemara-based organic salmon producer completes €543,000 investment, supported by BIM

    One of Ireland’s leading producers of organic salmon, Connemara-based Cill Chiaráin Éisc Teoranta (CCET), has completed a substantial €543,000 investment which will future proof its operations and protect local jobs. The production arm of the Irish Seafood Producers Group (ISPG), CCET has transformed its operations through the investment, increasing quality and efficiency and upscaling production of value-added products.

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  • Interactive toolkit provides easier access to EU funding for rural areas

    A new Rural toolkit developed by the European Commission offers a comprehensive guide to EU funding and support opportunities for rural areas in the European Union.

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