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A series of start-up presentations to support Galway’s medical device industry will take place in September.
i360medical, a leading Irish based international healthcare solutions and medical device company, has announced the opening of a new Galway office, based in the Innovation Hubs (iHubs) at Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT).
Included in Colleran's next auction on March 29 is 5 Bayview Heights, Ballybane, so close to GMIT the new owner would only have to open the windows to get an education.
Two Mayo-based startups were shortlisted in 2017 with one company walking away with gold
Last week I attended Portershed for a week of work experience where I fortunately got the opportunity to meet various entrepreneurs, start ups, growth companies and state agencies located in Portershed. Its goal is to create an innovation ecosystem, one that creates a synergistic relationship between people and companies that facilitates idea generation, open learning, collaboration and accelerates commercialisation.
IT innovation is critical to business growth and the key to success is the clear alignment of an organisation's business goals with its technology strategy, according to Storm Technology.
Galway company DiaNia Technologies has secured €2 million in seed-funding to develop medical devices and create 20 jobs.
Galway received a jobs boost yesterday when it was announced that ZELTIQ Aesthetics, Inc. a medical technology company focused on developing and commercialising products utilizing its proprietary controlled-cooling technology, is to establish a European manufacturing facility in the city, which is expected to create about 60 jobs over the next 18 months.
IBEC will host a free business seminar in the Hodson Bay Hotel Athlone on Wednesday, May 4, to show how local companies have used State supports and worked with higher education institutions to grow their business through research, development, and innovation.
A new survey of results supported by NUI Galway has outlined that across Europe’s Northern Edge, 60 per cent of creative entrepreneurs work on their own. A further 31% of enterprises employ fewer than five people.