Galway based Gannet Fishmongers and EatMoreFish.ie their online fish store that delivers nationwide have become the first business in Ireland to adopt a fully 100% compostable and sustainably cardboard & paper sourced thermal courier boxes.
Calendar Coffee who are based in Barna in Galway have launched a nationwide campaign to support coffee shops and cafes during the Covid-19 outbreak. The coffee roasters will be donating 30% of every bag sold through their website to any café in Ireland. The best part, is that this can be ANY cafe in the Republic of Ireland, regardless of whether they stock Calendar Coffee or not.
White Gables in Moycullen in Galway which have been in business for almost 30 years have never been afraid to adapt their business in times of struggle. Anne and Kevin Dunne who run The White Gables have started to think about their customers and how they can go to them instead of the traditional customer coming to you.
The Irish Socks company, Irish Socksciety which has filled drawers full of colour and humor from Roscommon or New York has just launched their new season sock collection. Socks are now the new shoes with the world staying at home, so there has never been a better time to add some colour, style and chat to what you’re wearing south of the ankle!
Ireland’s largest online education resource offering free study resources to students iRevise.com providing a solution to schools and students for at-home learningMay 11, 2020
With the closure of schools until after Easter, Ireland’s largest online education resource iRevise.com (formerly mocks.ie) are providing all students with free study resources for a month. The service has over 800,000 students use and avail of their services which has helped in exam success and progress on to college.
Walsh Waste have been supplying the festival since the beginning with a single bin in 1978, this increased with the growth of the festival when they added portable toilets service and waste bins with the arrival of the Big Top to Fisheries Field. That was the beginning of their festival services which has grown over the years along with the Galway Arts festival.