Image Section

Calling all businesses! Register for the #BuyDonegal Webinar Today!

Image Caption: L-R: Steven Perry - Donegal County Council, Susan McLaughlin - Love a Little Sauces, Cllr Liam Blaney - Donegal County Council, William McNutt - McNutt of Donegal, Morgan Ferriter - Artist, Conor Doherty - Donegal County Council

It is two weeks until #BuyDonegal kicks off on November 11th. There is still time to sign up for the official webinar focused on assisting participating businesses where we will walk you through helpful hints and tips of how you can maximise the benefit of #BuyDonegal 2022 for your business.

Joining us for the webinar will be John O’Hara, Creative Coast Donegal, Isobel Sangha, founder and owner of Donegal Natural Soap Company and James Doherty founder and MD of Sliabh Liag Distillers who will tell their own unique stories of business success. Donegal County Council's Economic Development Unit will also provide best practise tips and advise on social media usage for the campaign.

#BuyDonegal Webinar 2nd November at 10 AM

#BuyDonegal Webinar 2nd November at 10 AM

Click Here to Sign Up!

Photoshoot at McNutt of Donegal, Downings.

 #BuyDonegal celebrates the best of Donegal business and a number of businesses representing different sectors took part in a photo launch of the 2022 campaign.

The photoshoot was held at the idyllic McNutt store in Downings, where the family-run mill has over 60 years of weaving experience coupled with a talented team of in-house designers offering a stunning range of throws and accessories to domestic and international markets.

Susan McLaughlin of Love a Little Sauces represented the food sector and has recently won a Blas na hÉireann Award for her delicious sauces. Susan is also part of SuperValu’s Food Academy Programme.

Artist Morgan Ferriter showcased his stunning pieces of Donegal coastline. He is a graduate of Crawford College of Art in Cork, Morgan takes inspiration from the Irish landscape for his pieces and works “on location” using oil paints.

Stay in Touch. Sign up for updates, news and events.

Visit Donegal website use cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. For more details about cookies and how to manage them see our cookie policy