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Aerie Pharmaceuticals to Establish Athlone Manufacturing Plant

    Aerie Pharmaceuticals to Establish Athlone Manufacturing Plant

Aerie Pharmaceuticals, Inc. announced on Monday that they have entered into a lease agreement with IDA Ireland to establish a new manufacturing plant in the recently-constructed 2,650 square meter IDA Advanced Technology Building in Athlone, Ireland.
Aerie has commenced equipment ordering and will begin internal construction immediately. Estimated project-wide construction and equipment costs are expected to […]

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Enterprise Ireland Launches Strategy to 2020

    Enterprise Ireland Launches Strategy to 2020

Enterprise Ireland, the Government agency responsible for developing Irish business globally, launched it’s 2017-2020 strategy on Monday, aiming to increase exports by €5 Billion and to create 60,000 new jobs.
The agency reported that over the period of its 2014-2016 Strategy “Driving Enterprise, Delivering Jobs”, 45,592 new full time jobs were created by client companies. This […]

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Number of Fatal Workplace Accidents Drops by More Than 20%

    Number of Fatal Workplace Accidents Drops by More Than 20%

There were 44 people killed in workplaces in 2016, representing a 21% reduction of the 56 reported in 2015, according to figures released by the Health and Safety Authority on Thursday.
Construction fatalities were down to nine in 2016, from 11 in 2015. The number of deaths on farms remained high, with 21 reported in 2016, […]

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Service Sector New Order Growth Sees Five-Month High

    Service Sector New Order Growth Sees Five-Month High

Rates of expansion in the Irish service sector saw a boost at the end of 2016, with new orders, activity, and employment all rising at faster rates and new business from abroad returning to growth, according to the Investec Services Purchasing Managers Index, released on Thursday. The report also showed a marked pick-up in sentiment […]

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Unemployment Rate Drops to 7.2%

    Unemployment Rate Drops to 7.2%

The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for December 2016 was 7.2%. down from 7.3% in November 2016 and down from 8.9% in December 2015, the Central Statistics Office announced on Wednesday. The seasonally adjusted number of persons unemployed was 157,700 in December 2016, down from 160,500 when compared to the November 2016 figure and a decrease […]

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Overseas Companies Employ Almost 200,000 in Ireland – IDA

    Overseas Companies Employ Almost 200,000 in Ireland – IDA

IDA Ireland, the Government agency responsible for attracting foreign direct investment, announced the highest level of employment in its client companies in its history on Tuesday. Total employment at overseas companies stands at 199,877 people, the highest level on record.
IDA client companies created just under 19,000 (18,627) jobs on the ground during the year across […]

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Manufacturing Production Accelerates at Fastest Rate in 17 Months

    Manufacturing Production Accelerates at Fastest Rate in 17 Months

The Irish manufacturing sector showed further signs of recovery following the UK’s decision to leave the EU, with business conditions strengthening to the greatest extent in almost a year-and-a-half during December, according to a report on released by Investec and IHS Markit on Tuesday. The improvement was supported by faster growth in output, new orders […]

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Construction Industry to Experience Most Positive Outlook in a Decade

    Construction Industry to Experience Most Positive Outlook in a Decade

The economy is growing at a solid pace, and the quantity and quality of buildings and infrastructure delivered by the construction industry will play an important role in that economic recovery according to a recent CIF Report on Construction Skills and Prospects to 2020. The report says that there is a significant challenge the industry […]

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Breege O’Donoghue Appointed Chair of the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

    Breege O’Donoghue Appointed Chair of the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Breege O’Donoghue was appointed as the new Chair of the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland (DCCoI), Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor said on Friday.
Breege O’Donoghue is currently a non-executive director of C&C and of Shaws and Sons Ltd. and has worked in the fashion and retail sector with Primark for […]

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Eir Announces New Directors

    Eir Announces New Directors

Telecoms company eir announced the appointment of three new non-executive directors to the board of eircom Holdings Ireland Limited (EHIL) on Tuesday. David Goldie, Rosalia Portela De Pablo and Paul Reynolds will join the existing four EHIL board members.
Commenting on the announcement, Chairman Padraig McManus said, “I am delighted to welcome our three new directors. […]

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PwC Predicts Increased Tax Scrutiny for Those Working Internationally

    PwC Predicts Increased Tax Scrutiny for Those Working Internationally

As mobility evolves and more organisations see talent moving internationally, many businesses are facing a growing challenge to understand where in the world their people are working and what they are doing, which can have huge implications for their tax affairs and pose reputational risk, according to PwC’s global survey, Managing mobility in a changing […]

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Local Awards to be Held for Design Businesses

    Local Awards to be Held for Design Businesses

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, announced details of the “Local Enterprise Showcase Awards” on Monday. The awards are run by the Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs) and open to their local craft and design businesses taking part in Showcase – Ireland’s International Creative Expo, which is being held in the RDS, Dublin […]

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3.5% GDP Growth Forecast for 2017

    3.5% GDP Growth Forecast for 2017

The ERSI forecast GDP growth at 4.2 percent for 2016, and 3.5 percent for 2017 in the Quarterly Economic Commentary for Winter 2016, published on Thursday. The report notes that the GDP forecasts have been revised downwards since the beginning of the year, largely as a result of the Brexit referendum and other potential trade-related […]

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Foreign-Owned Enterprises Produced More Than Half of Non-Financial Goods and Services in 2014

    Foreign-Owned Enterprises Produced More Than Half of Non-Financial Goods and Services in 2014

Over 99% of business in Ireland are Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SME), however these generate less than half (49.6%) of the Gross Value Added (GVA) in the Irish economy, while foreign-owned enterprises account for more than half the GVA in the Irish non-financial business economy, according to CSO’s Business in Ireland 2014, published on Thursday.
The […]

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Construction Industry Set to Grow by 9% Annually up to 2020

    Construction Industry Set to Grow by 9% Annually up to 2020

The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) launched a website featuring career opportunities on Monday in the wake of a report that construction activity can sustain an additional 112,000 jobs up to 2020 with an estimated €17.8billion worth of projects in the pipeline in 2017.
The DKM economic consultants report, Demand for Skills in Construction to 2020, indicated […]

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Ulster Banks Construction PMI Shows Sharp Rise in Employment

    Ulster Banks Construction PMI Shows Sharp Rise in Employment

Irish construction firms continued to record strong activity growth during November, supported by a further sharp increase in new orders, according to the Ulster Bank Construction PMI released on Monday. Rising workloads encouraged companies to up their rate of job creation and increase purchasing activity. Meanwhile, there were further signs of intensifying price pressures. The […]

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SIRO to Invest €150 Million in 2017, Supporting 400 Subcontractor Jobs

    SIRO to Invest €150 Million in 2017, Supporting 400 Subcontractor Jobs

SIRO officially opened new offices in Carrickmines, Co. Dublin, on Monday. The ceremony was attended by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor, who welcomed the creation of 60 new jobs by the company over the past 12 months. The company also announced that it will invest €150 million in its network rollout […]

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Facilities Managers Gather For BIFM Ireland

    Facilities Managers Gather For BIFM Ireland

Facilities managers from across the UK and Ireland gathered at Croke Park on November 25 for the BIFM Ireland Summit, hosted by Rose of Tralee winner Aoibhinn Ni Shuilleabhain.
This is the second Facilities Management (FM) event of its kind to take place in Ireland and will see a host of industry experts take to the […]

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MDO Management Company to Open Dublin Branch

    MDO Management Company to Open Dublin Branch

MDO Management Company S.A., a privately held company based in Luxembourg, will establish a branch in Dublin, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor announced on Friday. MDO Management Company Ireland plans to create 30 roles in risk management, compliance, business development and administration over the next few years.
MDO Management Company currently acts […]

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BD to Build R&D Centre in Limerick

    BD to Build R&D Centre in Limerick

Medical Technology company Becton, Dickinson and Company (BD) announced on Friday that it plans to open a research and development centre in Limerick, creating about 100 jobs.
The €21 million investment in the centre includes an extensive renovation of the former UniGolf facility in the National Technology Park. Once completed, it is planned to house more […]

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UNIFI-IX Switches International Internet Exchange on in Dublin

    UNIFI-IX Switches International Internet Exchange on in Dublin

Internet exchange operator UNIFI-IX switched on a new international internet exchange in Dublin on Thursday, making Dublin the fourth city to be connected to its 100 gigabit network.
The opening of the internet exchange will see five jobs created in the first twelve months, as well as an investment of €600,000. This is expected to rise, […]

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Acacia Communications Establishes EMEA-APAC Headquarters in Limerick

    Acacia Communications Establishes EMEA-APAC Headquarters in Limerick

Acacia Communications, announced on Wednesday, November 7, that it has established headquarters in Limerick, Ireland, for its Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific (EMEA-APAC) operations. The company anticipates that its EMEA-APAC headquarters will create thirty new jobs in Limerick. The project is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation through the Industrial Development […]

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HR and Payroll Company SD Worx Officially Launches in Limerick

    HR and Payroll Company SD Worx Officially Launches in Limerick

European HR & payroll service provider SD Worx officially launched in Ireland on Tuesday, December 6, following the company’s acquisition of Ceridian UK & Ceridian Ireland. SD Worx Ireland provides fully managed payroll outsourcing service to over 180 clients in the Irish market as well as HR software packages.
Speaking at the launch, CEO of SD […]

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ESRI Publishes Medium-Term Outlook for the Irish Economy

    ESRI Publishes Medium-Term Outlook for the Irish Economy

The Economic and Social Research Unit (ESRI) published a medium-term outlook for the Irish economy on Monday, December 5. Called “Ireland’s Economic Outlook: Perspectives and Policy Challenges”, the research uses a new macroeconomic model, COSMO (COre Structural MOdel of the Irish Economy), developed by the ESRI to determine the potential path of the Irish economy […]

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Uncertain Economic Outlook Keeps Irish Consumers Cautious

    Uncertain Economic Outlook Keeps Irish Consumers Cautious

Irish consumers have remained cautious in the face of uncertain economic conditions, contrasting with changing attitudes in other areas, according to the November Consumer Sentiment Index, released by the ESRI on Thursday, December 1.
The consumer sentiment index rose slightly to 97.8 in November, compared with 97.3 in October. However, it remains lower than the 103.1 […]

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West Pharmaceuticals Expansion to Create 100 Jobs

    West Pharmaceuticals Expansion to Create 100 Jobs

Medical manufacturer West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc. announced on Tuesday, November 29, the completion of a 60,000 square foot expansion at its contract manufacturing facility near Mulhuddart, County Dublin. The expansion was initiated in response to customer demand for medical device manufacturing, especially in the area of diabetes.
West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc. manufactures packaging components and delivery […]

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LinkedIn Announces 200 New Jobs in Dublin

    LinkedIn Announces 200 New Jobs in Dublin

Career and business social network LinkedIn announced on Tuesday, November 29, that the company will create an additional 200 jobs in Dublin. The announcement coincided with the visit of the company’s CEO, Jeff Weiner, to LinkedIn’s EMEA headquarters where he met with Taoiseach Enda Kenny.
“At LinkedIn, we’re continuing to invest in the people and infrastructure […]

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Voxpro Expansion to Create 400 New Jobs in Dublin

    Voxpro Expansion to Create 400 New Jobs in Dublin

Cork-based multilingual customer experience and technical support providers Voxpro, announced on Tuesday, November 30, that it intended to create 400 new jobs, alongside the launch of a new Dublin office located in the Silicon Docks.
Voxpro currently operates centres in Cork, Dublin, California and Georgia, USA. The company delivers customer support to customers in over 32 countries […]

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Genetics Food Tracing Company Expands in Dublin

    Genetics Food Tracing Company Expands in Dublin

Genetics company IdentiGEN announced on Friday, November 25, that 20 graduate and post-graduate jobs will be created as the company expands its headquarters in Dublin.  IdentiGEN intends to hire data scientists and biotechnologists to work on DNA testing of meat and seafood products at the company’s headquarters in Dublin.
IdentiGEN provides traceability of meat and seafood […]

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CSO Finds Average Weekly Earnings up in Third Quarter of 2016

    CSO Finds Average Weekly Earnings up in Third Quarter of 2016

Preliminary estimates released by the Central Statistics Office on Friday, November 25, show that average weekly earnings and average hourly total labour costs both rose by 0.2% in the third quarter of 2016 over the second quarter. Average hourly earnings increased by 0.3% during the same period.
The figures also showed that average weekly earnings rose […]

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Singlepoint Opens Office in Dublin, Creates 50 Jobs

    Singlepoint Opens Office in Dublin, Creates 50 Jobs

Irish technology consultants Singlepoint announced on Tuesday, November 23, the opening of new facilities at 31 Marlborough Street, Dublin 1 and the creation of 50 new jobs in Ireland.
“Singlepoint has doubled in the last two years,”said Singlepoint Managing Director Rob Curley, “due to our continued growth we needed to expand our facility in Dublin to […]

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India Trade Mission Sees Partnerships Signed

    India Trade Mission Sees Partnerships Signed

Enterprise Ireland’s Trade Mission to India, led by the Minister of State for Employment and Small Business Pat Breen, concluded on Sunday, 20th November 2016, having seen multiple partnerships signed between Irish and indian companies. Thirteen Irish companies traveled on the mission to the cities of Mumbai, Bengaluru and New Delhi.
During the mission, Dublin company […]

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Workplace Relations Commission and Labour Court Opened in Lansdowne House

    Workplace Relations Commission and Labour Court Opened in Lansdowne House

Minister of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell-O’Connor officially opened the new offices of the WRC and Labour Court at Lansdowne House on Monday, November 21. For the first time, this new office will enable all of the dispute resolution bodies of the state to be located under one roof. The five bodies previously responsible […]

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English Food Producer Buys Dunbia Ballymena

    English Food Producer Buys Dunbia Ballymena

English food producer Cranswick announced on Wednesday, November 16, that it has acquired the whole of the issued share capital of Northern Irish pork processing company Dunbia Ballymena, which employs about 360 people.
The acquisition establishes a significant presence for Cranswick in Northern Ireland. Cranswick issued a press release stating that Jack Dobson, Executive Director of Dunbia […]

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Galway Technology Campus to Create 200 IT Jobs

    Galway Technology Campus to Create 200 IT Jobs

US insurance company MetLife announced on Wednesday, November 16, that it would expand its Irish operations by opening a Global Technology Campus in Galway. The Campus, which is expected to open in the first half of 2017, will support 200 skilled IT jobs, according to IDA Ireland.
“Ireland is uniquely positioned to become a leading global […]

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Taoiseach thanks Mitchell O’Connor as 215 new jobs announced

    Taoiseach thanks Mitchell O’Connor as 215 new jobs announced

There was more good jobs news with 215 new positions announced for Dublin and Waterford from nine North American and European high growth companies.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny issued a statement praising the progress being made on the Action Plan for Jobs which to date is said to have created 176,000 new jobs, and highlighted the good […]

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New job matching app aims to “kill off recruitment agencies”

    New job matching app aims to “kill off recruitment agencies”

A new app that matches employers and job seekers has been launched that aims to cut out the need for the middleman: recruitment agencies.
HiUp, owned by serial entrepreneur Brendan Kavanagh, allows jobseekers to not only connect with potential employers directly, but also plug any skills gap they have with additional training arranged through the app.
Kavanagh […]

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Just two years after opening, 100 jobs set to go at Yelp’s Dublin HQ

    Just two years after opening, 100 jobs set to go at Yelp’s Dublin HQ

It has emerged that online local business platform Yelp is in talks to close its Dublin office, with 100 jobs at risk.
While growth was up and profits stood at $2.1 million for the third quarter of this year, the company is set to cull 175 jobs worldwide as part of a restructuring plan as the […]

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Irish Cyber Security firm announces 150 new jobs for Dublin

    Irish Cyber Security firm announces 150 new jobs for Dublin

Irish Cyber Security firm Integrity360 has announced the creation of 150 new jobs at its HQ in Sandyford, Dublin, in response to strong growth for its services in Ireland and internationally. Recruitment for 50 new positions, with the support of Enterprise Ireland will be completed by the end of this year. In addition the company […]

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Boost for Wicklow Wolf brewers with €2 million investment

    Boost for Wicklow Wolf brewers with €2 million investment

Irish craft beer brewing company Wicklow Wolf are set to add 20 jobs and significantly expand their production capabilities after receiving an investment of €2 million from HBAN (Halo Business Angel Network).
A joint initiative by InterTradeIreland and Enterprise Ireland, HBAN’s Food Syndicate is the main financier of the deal, contributing €722,000. The remainder of the […]

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PM Group to recruit 500 graduates over next five years

    PM Group to recruit 500 graduates over next five years

Irish-based PM Group has announced the recruitment of around 500 graduates over the next five years, as it announced operating profits of €10.9 million for the year ending 31st December 2015.
At least half of these graduates will be sourced in Ireland, across all engineering disciplines as well as architecture, environmental, construction and project management. Recruitment […]

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Growth at AMI brings 15 new jobs and €1.1 million investment

    Growth at AMI brings 15 new jobs and €1.1 million investment

IT retirement company AMI has announced an investment of €1.1 million that will see the creation of 15 new jobs as it expands its Irish operations.
With locations North and South of the border, AMI specialises in the secure, safe disposal of IT assets that can generate revenue back for their customers.
According to the Asset Disposal […]

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Noonan hails IT company as it brings 40 new jobs to Limerick

    Noonan hails IT company as it brings 40 new jobs to Limerick

Irish IT services and software company Redfaire has announced the creation of forty new jobs to in Limerick.
Local TD and Minister for Finance Michael Noonan welcomed the news, calling Redfaire “a great example of how Irish companies are connecting to the wider world and growing the tech sector in Ireland.”
The company helps clients to leverage […]

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The sky’s no limit as Thales brings 150 engineering jobs to Belfast

    The sky’s no limit as Thales brings 150 engineering jobs to Belfast

French engineering company, Thales, will create 150 new jobs in Belfast to support the manufacturing of advanced electric engines to power space satellites.
A new manufacturing facility will open in Northern Ireland, with the possibility to add another 200 positions on top of the 150 just announced in the coming years.
Since acquiring Shorts Missiles Systems in […]

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ACI to bring 50 new jobs as it opens data centre in Limerick

    ACI to bring 50 new jobs as it opens data centre in Limerick

ACI Worldwide has announced the opening of its new European data centre in Limerick, that will add 50 new jobs to the existing workforce of nearly 100.
The provider of real-time electronic payment and banking solutions will deliver the utmost in reliability, security and data privacy from their new data centre as ACI expands to accommodate […]

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Novosco to add 21 new jobs in Belfast office

    Novosco to add 21 new jobs in Belfast office

Cloud computing providers Novosco are set to double their current office space in Belfast, and create 21 new jobs in the process.
The company, which has offices in Belfast, Dublin, Cork and Manchester, is a fast-growing tech enterprise that has been serving UK and Irish customers for over 20 years.
In recent times, Novosco has acquired specialist […]

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Irish jobs in danger as Hewlett Packard announces up to 4,000 job cuts worldwide

    Irish jobs in danger as Hewlett Packard announces up to 4,000 job cuts worldwide

Worrying reports have emerged for the tech sector as Hewlett Packard has announced plans to cut its global workforce by 3,000 to 4,000 over the next three years.
The company are a major employer in Ireland, with around 4,000 employees around the country in manufacturing, R&D, customer software support, marketing, sales and services. Its main Irish […]

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Extra €52 million to support job creation announced in Budget

    Extra €52 million to support job creation announced in Budget

Amidst talk of childcare support, home buyer tax relief and a few extra euro a week in our pockets, one of the key announcements in terms of business in Budget 2017 was the 10% rise in the capital allocation for the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation.
The rise of €52 million to €555 million, the […]

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Trusource Labs create 134 jobs in Limerick

    Trusource Labs create 134 jobs in Limerick

Technical support services company Trusource Labs have announced the establishment of an international operations centre in Limerick, which is set to create 134 jobs over three years.
Trusource will be based on the site of the old Anglo Irish Bank on Henry Street, near the centre of Limerick city. Co-founder Alton Martin indicated that the presence […]

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CCTV specialists Netwatch to create 85 jobs in Carlow

    CCTV specialists Netwatch to create 85 jobs in Carlow

Carlow-based digital security providers Netwatch are to create 85 jobs after the company raised €19.5 million in funding.
The Irish Government-supported BDO Development Capital Fund invested a significant amount in Netwatch, that protects customers using their surveillance solutions across industries such as retail, logistics, warehousing, construction, manufacturing, utilities and more.
The company uses remote CCTV monitoring that, […]

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Irish wind energy sector to create 1,100 jobs by 2020

    Irish wind energy sector to create 1,100 jobs by 2020

A new survey of companies carried out by the Irish Wind Energy Association (IWEA) suggests that the wind energy industry has delivered 300 new jobs a year since 2013, with growth potential pinpointing a further 1,100 new jobs in the sector by 2020.
Over 150 energy companies took part in the survey, indicating that economic projections […]

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Ballymore launches new “Dublin Landings” docklands development worth up to €700m

    Ballymore launches new “Dublin Landings” docklands development worth up to €700m

Private property group Ballymore has officially launched its new docklands development, Dublin Landings, at an event at the CHQ Building IFSC on Custom House Quay this morning.
Dublin Landings is set to be a 1 million square foot mixed-use development on North Wall Quay. Five new buildings are set to be delivered by 2020, with 700,000 […]

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Ayrton Group creates 60 jobs as it opens Dublin office

    Ayrton Group creates 60 jobs as it opens Dublin office

Ayrton Group has announced the creation of 60 new jobs as it expands its Cork base and opens new offices in Tallaght, Dublin.
The company, which provides safety training, consultancy and staffing solutions, has opened its Dublin office to coincide with the rebrand from Health & Safety Solutions (HSS).
The new positions will support the Ayrton’s growth […]

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Vodafone to increase Irish workforce to 2,000 in latest recruitment drive

    Vodafone to increase Irish workforce to 2,000 in latest recruitment drive

Vodafone Ireland has announced the creation of 60 new technology and digital specialist positions over the next year to 18 months, bringing their total number of employees in Ireland to 2,000.
Already, 25 of these new roles have been filled this year to date following significant investment from the company in its IT infrastructure and customer […]

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Prospects of job creation “not too optimistic” in manufacturing index

    Prospects of job creation “not too optimistic” in manufacturing index

The latest Investec Manufacturing purchasing manager index (PMI) for Ireland has shown a lull in new jobs in the sector, indicating that they “would not be too optimistic about the prospect for a near term return to job creation.”
The headline PMI figure for September was slightly lower than the previous month, falling from 51.7 to […]

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Casa Systems expands broadband offering with 50 new jobs in Limerick

    Casa Systems expands broadband offering with 50 new jobs in Limerick

Casa Systems has announced that it will create over 50 jobs over the next three years in Limerick, as it establishes its international operations in the city.
A provider of fixed, mobile and WiFi ultra-broadband solutions, Casa Systems has chosen Limerick to bring the company closer to its European customers as the company grows internationally. The […]

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Skills gap remains an issue despite positive economic outlook

    Skills gap remains an issue despite positive economic outlook

A new report compiled by Hays has found that while Ireland’s overall economic outlook is positive, a growing skills gap in industries such as tech and construction is an important issue.
Economic growth in Ireland has been on a steady upward curve, with unemployment down from 9.4% last year to 7.8% this year. The report found […]

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Galway to get 50 jobs as medical devices company SMT sets up EU HQ

    Galway to get 50 jobs as medical devices company SMT sets up EU HQ

Sahajanand Medical Technologies (SMT) is to establish its European headquarters, including a state-of-the-art research, development and innovation centre, in Galway.
The investment by SMT will see 50 jobs created over the next five years.
The company develops and manufactures minimally invasive coronary stent systems in India and supplies these products across 60 countries in Europe, Asia, MENA […]

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