Leading technology manufacturer to invest €17m in expansion of Tuam operation
The Tánaiste and Minister for Education, Mary Coughlan TD, last month announced that Zeus, the US headquartered medical device company, is investing €10m in a 40,000sq ft expansion and creating 75 new manufacturing jobs over three years. The expansion of its facility at the IDA Business and Technology Park, Letterkenny, Co Donegal is supported by […]
Medical Device company creates up to 115 new jobs and invests €1.1million
Innovative Financial Services Leader Celebrates 45 Years in Ireland
Investment of €8million in international operation to create more than 100 jobs
The Irish Independent notes that consultancy firm Ernst & Young plans to create more than 300 Irish jobs over the next 18 months. Half of the new employees will be graduates with degrees in engineering, IT, legal, business, accounting and finance.
Insurance and reinsurance company establishes an operational office to create 30 jobs over 5 years
Business Information Leader’s new operation in Dublin now to employ 150 highly skilled professionals by end 2011
The Irish Times reports that Dublin-based business technology provider Origina is to invest EUR1.1 million in developing a cloud computing service, creating 10 new jobs. Part of the funding will be put towards collaborative research with universities to design the service. The company also plans to seek up to EUR2 million in additional external funding […]
With the establishment of a new operations centre in Dublin Google is to create 200 jobs here in Ireland immediately. The new Dublin-based operations centre will be focused on the search engine giant’s location-based products including Google Local and Google Maps. These new jobs will bring the number of people employed in Dublin by Google […]
The world’s leading supplier of ready-to-eat breakfast cereal creates 50 additional jobs increasing workforce to 250 in Dublin centre
IDA welcomes Report by the National Competitiveness Council showing Tangible Improvements in the cost of doing Business in Ireland
Dublin, IDA today (July 22nd 2010) welcomed a report by The National Competitiveness Council (NCC) and Forfas showing significant improvements in the cost of doing business in Ireland. The report analyses Ireland’s relative cost competitiveness performance in the areas of labour, property, utilities, and business services and also looks at the broader cost environment that directly impacts on the cost of doing business here.
The Irish Times reports that Airspeed Telecom has purchased Magnet Networks’ wireless spectrum licence, allowing it to expand its WiMax broadband services. Airspeed already holds a licence for another piece of the spectrum and through it provides broadband to businesses around the country. The deal means Airspeed now owns the 3.5GHz Fixed Wireless Access Local Area […]
The Irish Times reports that many organisations have scrapped or curtailed IT projects in light of the downturn, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) survey of Irish chief information officers. One-third of those asked said planned or initiated projects in their organisation had been cancelled in the past year. Two-thirds also reported a reduction in the […]
Looks like Dublin and the IFSC have some future competition for Financial Services companies and jobs. Yes the other capital of Ireland had some good news in that CITCO fund services had announced the creation of 150 jobs in Cork. CITCO currently have operations in the IFSC and 145 existing staff in cork. This is […]