Minister English Visits The Mill Enterprise Hub

Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail, Damien English TD visited The Mill on Tuesday, 28 September to view the facilities and engage with local businesses/ Millers. He met the new centre manager Ronan Whitty, and got to hear some excellent business presentations from startups such as Shane Monahan from Limor, Gary McAuslan from CGT Vector, and Yvonne Brady from EVB Sports.
Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail, Damien English visits The Mill Enterprise Hub, Drogheda. Pictured here Fergus OÕDowd TD, Colm Markey MEP, Shane Monahan, Limor, Ronan Whitty, Director of Business, Innovation and Enterprise at The Mill, Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail, Damien English and Thomas McEvoy, Local Enterprise Office Louth.
Photo : Jenny Callanan
Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail, Damien English visits The Mill Enterprise Hub, Drogheda. Pictured here with Ronan Whitty, Director of Business, Innovation and Enterprise at The Mill and Thomas McEvoy, Local Enterprise Office, Louth.
Photo : Jenny Callanan
Limor was founded by former professional rugby player turned tech entrepreneur Shane Monahan. It is a new social audio platform that makes audio and podcast creation, production, distribution and monetisation easy, instant and interactive.
Shane Monahan, Founder and CEO of Limor presents his business.
Photo : Jenny Callanan
aCGT Vector DAC is a cell gene therapy company, owned and directed by Gary McAuslan. aCGT Vector has assembled a world class team of experts, using state of the art technology within a network of aCGT Vector’s PODS located in proximity to rare disease cancer patients, including in its initial site at St. James’s Hospital, Dublin.
Gary McAuslan of CGT Vector presents his business.
Photo : Jenny Callanan
EVB Sport created game changing clinically proven engineered clothing to support women with pelvic challenges. The company has to date invested over €1 million in Research and Development. The clothing is made from special fabrics woven in a unique way – Ergonomically layered to provide uplift support to pelvic floor muscles, while optimizing the continence function.
Yvonne Brady of EVB presents her business.
Photo : Jenny Callanan
On conclusion of his visit to The Mill, Local Enterprise Office Louth, and Creative Spark today Minister English said:
“The positive engagements today in Louth highlight the depth of talent in our SME sector in the North-East. It is a sure sign of a positive future for economic development and growth in local enterprise as the economy continues to exit the pandemic and get back to more normal trading conditions.”
Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail, Damien English T.D, visited Louth today (28 September, 2021) in the latest in a series of nationwide visits to meet the Local Enterprise Office teams and engage with some of their client companies. Pictured from left are: Fergus O’Dowd T.D., Minister Damien English, Ronan Whitty, Director of Business Innovation & Enterprise, The Mill, and Thomas McEvoy, Head of Enterprise LEO Louth at The Mill enterprise hub in Drogheda.