Kerry women are being urged to apply for a programme aimed at female entrepreneurs in rural locations.
This is the sixth year of ACORNS, which is for early-stage female business owners in rural areas.
It’s supported by the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine under its Rural Innovation and Development Fund.
A total of 50 new business owners will be selected for ACORNS 6 which will run from October to April; the deadline for applications is September 21st with details available at www.acorns.ie
Former Kerry participants include Emily Brick of Athena Analytics, Maura Sheehy of Maura’s Cottage Flowers, and Clair Kelly of The Busy Botanist.
Once again this year, Caroline McEnery of The HR Suite, Tralee and Dublin will act in a voluntary capacity as a Lead Entrepreneur.