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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

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Irish SMEs will get chance to avail of lower corporation tax, says Minister

    Irish SMEs will get chance to avail of lower corporation tax, says Minister

Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor has announced that new legislation will allow Irish SME’s involved in research and development activities to avail of a lower corporation tax rate of 6.25% in

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Continuous Manufacturing tops the bill at BioProduction Congress

    Continuous Manufacturing tops the bill at BioProduction Congress

Another strong endorsement of Ireland’s place in the pharmaceutical and biotech world came last month, when it became the venue for the BioProduction Congress. A global event with speakers and

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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

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NetNeutrals EU announces 20 new jobs for Dublin

    NetNeutrals EU announces 20 new jobs for Dublin

Online dispute resolutions platform NetNeutrals EU has announced that Dublin is set to house its European headquarters, creating 20 jobs over the next three years. Its office in Dublin 2

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Wrike outgrows office space; plans to create over 50 new jobs in Dublin

    Wrike outgrows office space; plans to create over 50 new jobs in Dublin

Project management software creator Wrike has announced plans to open a new office in Dublin as it experiences fast growth in EU markets. Wrike selected Dublin as the European headquarters

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Over 7,300 community projects supported by US companies in Ireland last year

    Over 7,300 community projects supported by US companies in Ireland last year

Ireland leads the way in terms of volunteer participation across Europe, and is well above average in terms of civic engagement, social support networks and trust in institutions, according to

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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

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United Technologies invests €1.5 million in Insight UCC

    United Technologies invests €1.5 million in Insight UCC

The Insight Centre for Data Analytics at University College Cork has received a significant investment worth €1.5 million from Connecticut-based United Technologies Research Center (UTRC). The investment will consist of

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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

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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

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Minister launches new Design+ Technology Gateway initiative

    Minister launches new Design+ Technology Gateway initiative

A new initiative designed to help developing businesses in the engineering, ICT & software and biosciences sectors has been launched by Minister of State for Employment and Small Business, Pat

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Fintech startup raises €725,000 funding

    Fintech startup raises €725,000 funding

A Dublin-based fintech startup has raised €725,000 in its seed funding. Plynk, an online platform that acts as Europe’s first money messaging app, has received investment from Bank of Ireland’s

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Irish Engineering Company AIS Ltd launches unique product for manufacturing production/packaging lines

AIS Ltd, a wholly owned Irish company has today announced the launch of a new product, the VB-6 smart/industrial interface unit. Designed and manufactured in Ireland, this unique device can

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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

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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,

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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

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Medtech uni spin out wins £500k in funding

    Medtech uni spin out wins £500k in funding

A spin-out company from Queens University Belfast that specialises in medtech that can be used as diagnostic instruments has won £500,000 in funding. Kernel Capital, a venture fund from the

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Ryanair would build new Dublin airport terminal for €200 million, says Michael O’Leary

    Ryanair would build new Dublin airport terminal for €200 million, says Michael O’Leary

Speaking at a gathering with Government ministers in attendance, Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary has offered to build a third terminal at Dublin Airport for €200 million. O’Leary was famously

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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

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DPS wins contract for €100 million clinical manufacturing facility in the US

    DPS wins contract for €100 million clinical manufacturing facility in the US

Engineering group DPS, alongside its US architectural partner TRIA, has won a major contract to work on Moderna Therapeutics’ new €100 million clinical manufacturing facility in Norwood, Massachusetts. DPS is

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Accenture on the lookout for start-ups with Fintech Innovation Lab

    Accenture on the lookout for start-ups with Fintech Innovation Lab

The application process is now underway for Accenture’s Fintech Innovation Lab, which invites start-ups in the fintech space to participate in this mentoring and collaboration accelerator. Fintech continues to be

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Irish SME’s score €26.5 million with highest success rate in Horizon 2020 project

    Irish SME’s score €26.5 million with highest success rate in Horizon 2020 project

New figures released by the European Commission show that Ireland has the highest success rate in Europe for the Horizon 2020 SME Instrument, with SMEs in the country securing €26.5

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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

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Sterling collapse to put pressure on “fragile” retail sector, warns IBEC

    Sterling collapse to put pressure on “fragile” retail sector, warns IBEC

A string of external pressures has the potential to derail the retail sector’s fragile recovery in the run up to

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Tesco’s sales in Ireland rise 0.2% in “highly competitive” market

    Tesco’s sales in Ireland rise 0.2% in “highly competitive” market

Tesco may not be out of trouble yet after a turbulent few years, but there was nevertheless positive signs as

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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

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Dublin startup scores €85 million funding for new approach to cancer therapy

    Dublin startup scores €85 million funding for new approach to cancer therapy

Carrick Therapeutics, a Dublin-based startup specialising in a unique approach to cancer therapies, has launched having secured $95 (€85) million

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Supply issues hurting housing market as prices set to rise, according to reports

    Supply issues hurting housing market as prices set to rise, according to reports

Two new reports on the Irish housing market, commissioned by myhome.ie and daft.ie respectively, have warned of the shortfall in

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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,

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Central Bank warns “forget the lessons from the crisis at our peril” on non-performing loans

    Central Bank warns “forget the lessons from the crisis at our peril” on non-performing loans

A senior Central Bank official has warned that, while progress is being made by Irish banks on non-performing loans, they

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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

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Center Parcs €233 million investment to create 1,750 jobs in Longford

    Center Parcs €233 million investment to create 1,750 jobs in Longford

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor believes that the small town of Ballymahon in Co Longford is

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