Wexford Enterprise Centre welcomes two new Resident Companies

While we can now begin to meet each other person-to-person, we’d like to welcome two new Resident Companies to Wexford Enterprise Centre, Anu Heritage and Spiritual Earth.

Anú Heritage, founded and managed by Caroline Kearns Gethings, aims to bring a high-quality, dedicated service and holistic approach to conserving and recording Ireland’s cultural heritage, delivered with originality, creativity, and ingenuity. Anú Heritage is a result of many years of practical experience working in both the private and public sectors. Alongside many of Ireland’s talented traditional contractors, Caroline has successfully completed many built heritage, tourism, and community development projects in both a paid and voluntary compacity. Recent heritage projects in Co. Wexford include Johnstown Castle, Castleboro House and Demesne, Loftus Hall and The Norman Way, to name but a few. Anú Heritage

With personal and professional well-being at the top of the agenda these days, Spiritual Earth was founded ten years ago in 2012 by CEO Calodagh McCumiskey, an accredited Master Practitioner in Wellbeing and life coaching and trainer. She started Spiritual Earth to help people realise their potential no matter what their circumstances. Her weekly column can be read in INM owned regional publications around Ireland, including the People Group of newspapers.

Describing what Spiritual Earth offers, Calodagh explained, ‘We provide Wellbeing solutions that help organisations create and maintain a ‘well culture’ that fosters innovation, cooperation and high-performance. We deliver programmes that empower people and teams to boost their wellbeing and effectively manage stress in the modern world. All of our programmes are bespoke and designed to address the actual wellbeing needs and goals of your organisation and people. We work with a broad range of clients from SMEs to larger companies, entrepreneurs, Government bodies, NGOs and schools. We have a very practical approach. Our dedication to customer service has recently been acknowledged by The All Ireland Business Federation. After three rounds of auditing, we were awarded ‘The All-Star Business Accreditation’.

We wish you both continued success in your new home!

You can find out more about our newest residents on and – though we hope to ‘bump in to you’ in person, along with all the staff from the other 30 Resident Companies located in Wexford Enterprise Centre.