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The recent success of EssentialSkillz in world markets was recognised by Deloitte in their Technology Fast 50 Awards for 2015. The awards, according to Deloitte, demonstrate the strength of the indigenous technology sector in Ireland. Cumulatively, the 2015 Fast 50 winners generated approximately €480 million in total annual revenues in 2014. The average revenue of companies featuring on the ranking was €9.5 million, while the average growth rate of the companies over the last four years was 540%.
Shannon Airport has enjoyed another month of passenger throughput in November, with four per cent more passengers using the airport compared to the same month last year, enabling it break the 100,000 mark for the month.
Bluebird Care Galway has once again been awarded the international quality standard ISO 9001:2008. Maintaining a stringent process of quality auditing over the last three years, Managing Director Sean Lyons described the award as “setting a new standard for homecare in Ireland.”
Don’t miss out on the fantastic evening that Online Marketing in Galway has in store for its last seminar of the year! The Christmas party on Tuesday, December 15 at 6.30pm will kick off with guest speaker, Breda Fox, CEO of the Galway Enterprise Office. Breda will speak about several Galway success stories from 2015 and give invaluable insight into how to succeed. The title of her talk is ‘UnWrapping LEO, Galway Successes 2015’. Breda has been the driving force and energy of the Enterprise Board, consistently steering a client focused service where start-ups and small businesses are encouraged to come for help, assistance and guidance.
The new Eurocargo, from CNH Industrial brand Iveco, was chosen by a jury panel of 25 journalists who represent some European commercial vehicle trade publications as their “International Truck of the Year 2016”. The award is one of a few wins for Iveco, spanning the truck, van, and tourism coach categories in the last three years.
The Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association, has called for an independent Public Sector Pay Commission to determine all future pay arrangements across the public sector.
Mayo University Hospital wins two awards at the Saolta University Health Care Group Staff Achievement Awards
Staff at Mayo University Hospital received two awards at the recent Saolta University Health Care Group Staff Recognition Awards which took place on Friday November 13 at an event in the Sligo Park Hotel. A group of staff from A Ward in the hospital who dealt with a fire earlier this year and ensured the safety of patients and staff received the Unsung Hero Award.
For the festive season ahead, Lidl Ireland is offering customers in Mayo a chance to win their entire Christmas shopping. Since the start of November, tickets for Lidl’s nationwide Trolley Dash have gone on sale for just €1. Winners will be challenged Supermarket Sweep style to dash around Lidl and grab as much of their Christmas shopping as possible in just two minutes! One hundred per cent of proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Lidl’s charity partner, Barretstown.
A recent awareness campaign aimed at alerting farmers in Mayo to the signs and symptoms of a heart attack has won a top award at this year’s Irish Medical Times Healthcare Awards. This innovative project stemmed from a collaboration between local heart and stroke charity Croí and the HSE in Mayo as part of the on-going work of the Mayo Action on Heart Disease and Stroke Programme. The winning initiative was jointly led by Croí nurse Ailish Houlihan and Ann Marie Brown, cardiac rehab co-ordinator at Mayo General Hospital.
Families and friends of people lost through suicide in Mayo have the chance to get together to remember their loved ones at Console’s upcoming Christmas Celebration of Light. The evening of song, music, poetry, and reflection takes place in Our Lady Help of Christians Church in Swinford on Sunday November 29 at 4pm. The evening also includes the lighting of candles and a minute’s silence in the presence of others to remember those who are no longer with us on life's journey. More than 500 people lost their lives to suicide in Ireland last year. The event is one of nine celebrations of light being held by the national suicide prevention and bereavement charity Console, with some 6,000 people expected to attend nationwide.