The Nokia Care Point (Kennedy Place) in Navan officially opened its doors for business on Tuesday (17th) of this week and Deputy Regina Doherty (Meath East) was the ribbon cutter on the evening. Deputy Doherty was honoured to be invited by Michael Gibson and his wife Aisling to open their new business venture.
The store opening is a result of the hard work and dedication of Michael Gibson and the very positive business reputation that precedes him. The contract for this type of store in the Meath/Louth Area was put out to tender and after much consideration was awarded to Michael based on this previous business experience. Nokia Care Navan is the only fully accredited and approved Nokia Care & Repair Store in North Dublin/Meath/Louth Area.
Deputy Doherty admires the business confidence and entrepreneurial skills of Michael and the hard work he has put into the store so far. Doherty believes he has great support behind him and wishes him every success and best wish for his new venture.
“The attendance of the Head of Nokia in Ireland and the Nokia UK to the opening of The Nokia Care Point is testament to the belief and confidence that Nokia have in Michael Gibson and his new venture.”
As well as a positive business move for Michael and his family there is good news for employment in the area. The Nokia Care Point has been approved for the FÁS Work Placement Programme with the business initially being approved to take on a trainee. This programme is likely to lead to full-time employment when the store is fully up and running.“With the governments focus on job creation the opening of Nokia Care Point Navan is a very positive step in the right direction for this Meath Town. I, as a member of the Fine Gael party during General Election promised to support small businesses and individuals like Michael Gibson who show the entrepreneurial drive and I as a member of Fine Gael in Government am committed to delivering on this promise. “