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Mayo based Portwest Ltd shortlisted for this year’s Deloitte’s Best Managed All-Ireland business awards

Indigenous companies are supporting the economic recovery right across Ireland, according to Deloitte. The remarks were made as the firm published the shortlist today of indigenous Irish companies which will compete to be a best managed company at the annual awards ceremony in March 2016 which included Westport based company Portwest Ltd.

EssentialSkillz ranked as Galway’s fastest growing tech in Deloitte Fast 50

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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%.

Jobs boost as Deloitte establishes Galway office with thirty new posts

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Galway’s financial services sector got a boost this morning (Thursday) with the announcement by Deloitte that it is establishing a Galway office, with the creation of 30 positions.

Collins McNicholas Recruitment and HR Services Group picks up prestigious award

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Collins McNicholas has been named as one of Ireland’s ‘Best Managed’ companies in the Deloitte Best Managed Companies Awards Programme.

Apply for Deloitte’s Best Managed Company Awards 2015 and showcase your power to be the best

Deloitte, the leading business advisory firm, in association with Barclays Bank Ireland, has announced the launch of the 2014/2015 Best Managed Companies Awards Programme. The indigenous Irish companies that are successful in this year’s programme will join the growing network of almost 100 leading companies that have been recognised in the six years since the programme began. The Best Managed Companies Awards Programme recognises companies of outstanding quality that have demonstrated superior business performance, and showcases the power of the best Irish indigenous companies. The winners over the first six years of the programme have total revenues of approximately €7 billion. The companies recognised for the first time in year six of the programme alone employ nearly 5,000 people.

Collins McNicholas Ltd and Stewart up for ‘Best Managed’ companies awards

Two Galway based companies, Collins McNicholas Ltd and Stewart, will compete to be a Best Managed Company at the annual Deloitte awards ceremony in March 2014. A symbol of organisational success and achievement, the awards are in their sixth year, and some of Ireland’s most dynamic and innovative companies now hold the prestigious Best Managed designation.

Collins McNicholas Ltd and Stewart up for ‘Best Managed’ companies awards

Two Galway based companies, Collins McNicholas Ltd and Stewart, will compete to be a Best Managed Company at the annual Deloitte awards ceremony in March 2014. A symbol of organisational success and achievement, the awards are in their sixth year, and some of Ireland’s most dynamic and innovative companies now hold the prestigious Best Managed designation.

Galway company awarded Deloitte accolade

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Galway company Lifes2good Health and Beauty has won the accolade of Deloitte Best Managed Company.

Two Galway businesses shortlisted for Best Managed Companies title

Two Galway-based companies have been shortlisted to be among Ireland’s Best Managed Companies. Now in its fifth year, the Best Managed Companies Awards sponsored by Deloitte will recognise indigenous Irish companies across the island of Ireland that are operating at the highest levels of business performance.

Russell Brennan Keane appoints a new audit partner and directors

Chartered accountancy firm Russell Brennan Keane is delighted to announce a number of promotions and new appointments.

 

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