25 October 2023

~1 minutes read

University of Galway Camogie Club secures sponsorship deal with Aerogen

Share story:
University of Galway Camogie Club secures sponsorship deal with Aerogen

University of Galway Camogie Club has secured a sponsorship deal with Ireland’s largest indigenous MedTech company- Aerogen, which has its headquarters in Galway city

The camogie club’s membership numbers have reached their highest level in years, and is fielding two teams.

The sponsorship comes as Aerogen were looking for unique ways to engage with the community to celebrate their 25th anniversary.

From humble beginnings in a room above a butcher’s shop, the company has grown and expanded its reach, now supporting customers and patients in over 75 countries around the world

Headquartered in Parkmore, Aerogen’s workforce has tripled in the past five years to 500 employees operating in 28 countries.

Minister Neale Richmond is visiting the Galway company today to mark its silver anniversary

Share story:

Successful Inis Oírr and Galway City event wins Fáilte Ireland award

An event that drew hundreds of visitors to Galway City and Inis Oírr has won the Fáilte Ireland CARA award for 2023 Over 260 delegates from 21 countries...

Galway islands project wins National Age Friendly Award

A community-based initiative hosted on County Galway’s offshore communities has been named winner at the National Age Friendly Awards held in Clayto...

Galway man recognised with Young Property Professional award

A Galway man has been awarded with the Young Property Professional Award for 2023. Ryan Hanley of Rooney Real Estate & Blackthorn Property is a recent...

Kerrane demands extra health supports for communities taking in refugees

Many rural communities that have welcomed refugees are in urgent need of additional support. That’s according to local Sinn Fein TD Claire Kerrane, ...