Sean is currently based in Denmark, where he often plays live. See his Website or his Facebook page.
The video is produced by Declan Hanningan of Lunah Productions in Killybegs.
The Dragon Factor, brainchild of the voluntary committee at Craoibhin, was inspired by the success of RTE’s Dragon’s Den. The committee launched this idea earlier this year in hope of injecting new optimism into the local economy, in some small way.Read more about The Dragon Factor at their Web site at:
Inviting the people of Donegal to come forward with their ideas with the prospect of starting their own business, applicants were asked to think about the market they are operating in, who their customers are, how they are going to generate income, what makes them different, what the costs are, both once-off start up costs and first year operational costs and where they want to see their business idea in 12 months time.
Read more at the Democrat, and reviews from Tripadvisor. Remember, the Carvery is only on Sundays and it does be busy, phone ahead for a reservation:
Harvey’s Point made it through a six-week long public vote, before a team of mystery shoppers led by Head Judge and Business Development Chef at Unilever Food Solutions, Mark McCarthy, selected them as one of just 24 finalists. Harvey’s Point then beat off stiff competition from its rivals to be crowned Ireland’s Great Carvery Hotel of the Year 2013 at the Dublin awards presentation.
Carving the Meat
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