Investment expected to generate more than 500 jobs in Ireland by 2016 DUBLIN and PITTSBURGH, April 18, 2012 – Taoiseach Enda Kenny, Mylan Inc. (Nasdaq: MYL) and the IDA Ireland today announced an important investment initiative to expand Mylan’s operations in Dublin and Galway. Through Mylan’s annual investment of up to €76 million ($100 million) […]
The Sunday Business Post reports that Valeo Vision, a Galway firm that makes high-tech cameras for cars, has won a EUR17 million investment from its French parent company. The Tuam-based firm plans to hire 100 staff in R&D.
Leading technology manufacturer to invest €17m in expansion of Tuam operation
The Irish Independent says that multinational car technology firm Valeo is to announce the creation of 100 Irish jobs on Friday. The Galway-based firm will also invest an additional EUR17 million in a research and development programme at its Tuam base. Enterprise Minister Batt O’Keeffe will confirm later this week that recruitment for the high-end […]
Medical Device company creates up to 115 new jobs and invests €1.1million
The Irish Times reports that HP has confirmed it is to create 105 high-tech jobs at its Galway operation. The jobs, which will be in Ballybrit, are based around enterprise data architecture, application development and software engineering and testing. Between 50 and 70 of the positions will be filled immediately. The investment is being supported […]
Increasing Software R&D Capacity at the Centre of HP Worldwide Initiative GALWAY, 13 DECEMBER 2010 – HP today announced that it is adding 105 new highly skilled jobs within the Global IT organization in Galway that supports the company’s Enterprise Business (EB) unit. This investment is supported by IDA Ireland. The jobs—all to be located […]
The Irish Examiner reports that 300 jobs are due to be created in Cork and Galway by two multinational firms. Cork city will get 200 jobs in the new year when a NASDAQ-quoted cloud computing software company sets up a major European hub in the city. The IDA and the company have yet to make […]
Investment of €8million in international operation to create more than 100 jobs
Market Research company creates 50 new positions to serve European Business
The Irish Times reports that software firm Lumension is to create 20 jobs in Galway. The company, which already employs 30 people in the city, develops software that helps firms protect computer data. Galway is home to the company’s international centre for product research and development, customer support and auxiliary services.
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 […]
DSG Retail Ireland will create 100 jobs after confirming the first phase of a development programme that will see the opening of new stores in 2010 and a roll-out of a new retailing format. The programme will commence this summer. In addition, plans are being developed to completely re-fit the PC World store in Galway […]
The availability of a highly experienced, multilingual workforce and the proximity to many of our European customers were key reasons for our choice of Galway for these important operations. Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Mary Coughlan TD today, 19th January 2010, announced that StreamServe Inc., a leading provider of business communications solutions, […]
Tom Hogan Motors, which had outlets in Galway, Clare and Tipperary, is to close because of trading difficulties, with the loss of 190 jobs.With outlets at Ballybrit in Galway, Shannon, Ennis and Clonmel, it was one of the largest Toyota dealership in Ireland. Economic downturn, which has particularly affected new car sales, have forced the […]