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Creganna Medical, part of TE Connectivity, has announced that it is to invest a further $13 million in its Galway facilities to enable the continued growth of the company’s medical device business in Ireland.
Galway received a major commercial boost with the announcement this morning (Thursday) that one of its biggest employers is to make a major financial investment into its manufacturing and technical plant in the city.
Fying car manufacturer PAL-V has officially started the sales of its flying car models, the Liberty Pioneer and Liberty Sport. These are the first commercial flying cars on sales in the world.
At a time when many SMEs in the West are looking to grow and scale up their businesses, it has become apparent that the funding they need is not always readily available. With economic recovery in Ireland truly hitting its stride, it is important that small businesses have a system of financial support that grows in tandem with them. At Bibby Financial Services Ireland we help businesses access cash tied up in unpaid invoices, allowing SMEs to focus on expansion instead of worrying about cash flow.
Last week, flying car manufacturer PAL-V officially started the sales of its flying car models, the Liberty Pioneer and Liberty Sport. These are the first commercial flying cars on sale in the world.
Tuam-based steel shed manufacturing company, Steeltech Sheds Ltd., today announced a major investment of €5million over the next three years and 43 new jobs in the next 12 months. The expansion is due to the major growth of the company domestically in the last year, following the creation of 50 Jobs in 2016 and the decision to further expand and export into the UK market.
IDA IRELAND, the Government agency responsible for attracting foreign direct investment, has announced that it had a successful year in the west region last year, with a net increase of more than 1,600 jobs in its client companies.
Enterprise Ireland has announced a new €500,000 Competitive Start Fund (CSF) to support start-up activity in all sectors.
The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, recently launched a new Enterprise Ireland Competitive Feasibility Fund for agri-businesses. The fund, which can provide up to €25,000 per initiative, is aimed at stimulating innovative start-ups and creating jobs and growth in the agri-business sector.