Invest Donegal

Invest Donegal

Donegal provides ideal opportunities for investors to expand their market potential. The region has excellent transport links, ample low-cost space, and highly skilled workers.

A high-capacity cable network will allow you to realise your dream no matter where you do business.

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On Location in Inishowen - Image courtesy of Jonathan Hession
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IDA Donegal
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Killybegs Fishing Port
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Local Produce
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Profile

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Thomas Phillip "Tip" O'Neill, Jr. born December 9, 1912 was an American politician and Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. O'Neill was an outspoken liberal Democrat and influential member of the House of Representatives, serving for 34 years and representing first the 11th and... Read more.

Organisation

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The Donegal Industrial fund came at a crucial time when Donegal was suffering great hardships, both personal and economic, brought by the Famine. Upon a visit to Donegal in 1883, Alice Hart and her husband Ernest set up a Donegal Famine Fund having witnessed the severe hardship that the county... Read more.

Place

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Oakfield Park was built in 1739 as a Deanery for Raphoe Cathedral.  Captain Thomas Butler Stoney bought it from the church in 1869 and turned it into a country estate.The Georgian house was beautifully restored in 1998 by Sir Gerry & Lady Robinson when they moved with their young family to... Read more.

Article

Letterkenny to China

Joe Kelly

Joe Kelly was born in Letterkenny (1965), his father from the Oldtown and his mother from Glenswilly. He joined the Department of Post & Telegraph (now An Post) in 1980 and took early retirement in 1987 and graduated from the University of Ulster in 1992 in... Read more.

Project

This major new jobs initiative for the Killybegs region aims to create 250 jobs in the area by 2014 by integrating initiatives and input from relevant state representatives and stakeholders in the Killybegs area. This follows from an economic study which assessed the status, development and... Read more.