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Be Part of ‘Taste the Island’
‘Taste the Island’ is a hugely exciting all island food and drink initiative launching in Autumn 2019.
If you have attended a recent workshop or would like to showcase your business and be part of ‘Taste the Island’ please find all the necessary information below.
Deadline for Funding programme is June 24th 2019
Deadline for submitting events is June 30th 2019
Be part of Taste the Island and sign up to the 2019 Charter
by following the simple steps below.
STEP 1 – ‘Taste the Island’ Charter!
You can choose one or more of these pillars for your food and drink event
STEP 3 If you are hosting a dedicated event to celebrate Taste the Island submit your event here. Event Criteria
STEP 4 Download
the Taste the Island Toolkit to find out more about this initiative.
STEP 5 Apply here for the Taste the Island Innovation Funding programme for your Taste the Island Event.
Fáilte Ireland, 88-95 Amiens Street, Dublin 1, Ireland, D01WR86. Company No. 236708
Brexit can be confusing for all involved, there are however some supports for businesses in South and East Cork available at Local Enterprise available at their website: https://www.localenterprise.ie/SouthCork/Training-Events/Brexit-Resources-Hub/
Ring of Cork Members can avail of Local Enterprise East Cork Business Supports from the following URL: https://www.localenterprise.ie/SouthCork/