Welcome to Tipperary - 'The Premier County'.
If you are considering moving, visiting or investing in Tipperary, this site will provide you with an overview of our top tourist attractions, excellent infrastructure, supports for enterprise, education facilities/skills base and give you a real flavour of what we have to offer in terms of lifestyle and business. County Tipperary has a proud heritage and an outstanding sporting tradition in addition to excellent access routes and world class industrial land and facilities
Business in Co. Tipperary
This website will act as the first point of contact if you are looking for information about setting up a business or making an investment in the County Tipperary. Businesses in Tipperary have access to a number of excellent sources which available are listed on the business supports page and a chart has been provided for the potential entrepreneur (in the Funding Opportunities section) to help short circuit searches for relevant data on Tipperary. If you are setting up a business in North Tipperary you can register your business - free of charge on the Tipperary Business Directory.
Located in Ireland’s Lakelands Region,we can guarantee there’s something for everyone in Tipperary. Walk through unspoilt hillsides on Tipperary’s National Looped walks and Waymarked ways and visit country pubs and cafés en route for refreshments while meeting the locals from County Tipperary. Go to some of Ireland’s quirkiest festivals or play golf on some of Tipperary’s challenging courses. All of the tourist information you need to plan your next visit to Tipperary is available here. Failte Ireland approved accommodation listings, places to go, things to do, where to eat and what festivals and events are on in Tipperary are all on this website.
The Tipperary Guidebook for 2012 is an additional aid you can download to help you plan your holiday or request a copy by post by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Community and Local Facilities in County Tipperary
In Tipperary, our facilities include great shopping, superb dining facilities, first rate leisure amenities, varied entertainment, lively theatre, concerts, arts events, gaelic games and a variety of festivals over the course of the year.
When you are based in Tipperary, many of Ireland's internationally renowned natural features and historical attractions such as the majestic River Shannon, Lough Derg, Nenagh and Roscrea Castles, the Silvermines and Devil Bit mountains are all within easy reach.
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Starting a food business and taking your idea from concept to market is extremely challenging – and exciting. The North Tipperary Food Works located in Rearcross is partnering with Tipperary North County Enterprise Board and Teagasc to deliver a suite of supports to assist tenants at the Food Works grow and develop their food businesses.
What’s on Offer?
A choice to lease:-
- Food production units which are totally independent of each other, each measuring 76.8 sq.m. The total area for food production is 234sq.m which can be adjusted in size depending on individual business requirements.
- A fully equipped food production kitchen – a complete “plug n play” solution to starting or growing your food business.
- In addition tenants can rent office, board room or training facilities as required at the Centre.
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- Survey of Training and Educational Needs in Tipperary Businesses Underway
The Economic Working Group of North Tipperary County Development Board (which includes North Tipperary County Council, Tipperary North County Enterprise Board, Enterprise Ireland, The Tipperary Education & Training Board (formerly North and South Tipperary VECs), the IDA, North Tipperary Leader Partnership and LIT Tipperary) organises events and implements initiatives in addition to informing policy to assist the economic development of the County. One of the key economic issues of the present time is unemployment and it is critical that every effort is made to maximise the opportunities for employment that exist. Training and education are important contributors to this objective.
- Food, Technology, Innovation and Logistics all feature at this year’s County Enterprise Awards
Irish Piemontese Beef Ltd from Two-Mile-Borris owned and managed by John Commins and Michael Fennelly emerged as the overall winner of the 2013 North Tipperary County Enterprise Awards. The winners were announced at a function which took place at Fiacri House, Roscrea on Thursday 3rd October. The runner up for a second year in a row was local entrepreneur Donal Bray from ECHO IT Ltd, Nenagh. The third place went to Templemore based business Chimney Draught Stop Ltd. owned by James Coakley & Pat Fogarty. The best new business award was presented to KDA Logistics T/a Titan Logistics owned by Paul & Hillary Collins, Ballinaclough while a special Award for Innovation went to Lorrha business Flue Master Ltd.