Laura Tannian has been appointed as the Enterprise Development Manager of Burren Lowlands.

On Tuesday last, the Burren Lowlands hosted their fifth AGM in Gort which featured guest speaker Cathal O’Donoghue. The Dean of Arts at NUI Galway discussed the area’s past, present and future of the Burren Lowlands.

Architect, Brent Mostert spoke at the AGM of the reintroduction of the Christ the King statue to the Gort Market Square. Woodville Gardens’ Margarita Donohue reported on the progress of the Aughy Trail development while Teresa Clay gave an account on the community and cross county study being conducted by the group.

Recently appointed Enterprise Development Manager, Laura Tannian was introduced to attendees. The Tannian family have lived in the Burren for centuries and Laura commented on her abiding love for the Burren ecosystem and community.

With experience in developing and operating tourism related businesses, Laura is confident the Burren Lowlands Enterprise Centres will bring entrepreneurs, startups, remote workers, and local businesses together to create sustainable employment and encourage ongoing investment into the area.

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