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NUI Galway has announced the winners of the 2019 Alumni Awards to be presented at the 20th annual Alumni Awards Gala Banquet on Saturday, April 13.
Two Mayo-based companies have been named as Deloitte Best Managed Companies at the annual awards gala in Dublin, held in association with Bank of Ireland.
Irish owned IT services and networking company, Arkphire, has reported an operating profit of €4.6 million on sales amounting to €90.1 million for the 12 month period ended 30 June 2018. These results represent another strong performance for the business with profits growing from €2,723,265 to €4,602,144 in 2018 and turnover up 22% compared to the previous year.
Members of Merlin Woods Girl Guides won a trip to East Coast Bakehouse – Ireland’s biggest biscuit factory – by selling more packets of Irish Girl Guides (IGG) cookies during the organisation’s inaugural National Cookie Month than any other unit in the country - 1,560 packets in total.
Galway’s Stewart Construction was recently presented with the prestigious Deloitte Best Managed Company 2018. The company, which demonstrated superior business performance for the fifth year running, was recognised at an awards gala dinner in Dublin’s Convention Centre. The Deloitte Best Managed Companies Awards programme is celebrating ten years of recognising management excellence.
Twenty-two new companies have joined the Deloitte Best Managed Companies network as the awards programme celebrates its tenth year. These companies join a requalifying network of more than 100 companies, including Portwest from Mayo, built over a decade of the programme.
Enterprise Ireland (EI) will be holding a free Brexit advisory clinic in Claremorris on Wednesday.
Enterprise Ireland (EI) will be holding a free Brexit advisory clinic in Claremorris next month.
Ireland’s leading independent specialist healthcare recruiter, TTM Healthcare is expanding its Centre of Excellence in Ennis, Co. Clare and is now recruiting for a number of roles across a range of specialisms including marketing, accounts, compliance and recruitment.
Having a summer back at home, albeit studying for her final accountancy exams, was a great help to Mayo captain Sarah Tierney who had to head back to Dublin recently for work. But having football to take her mind of the study in the summer was something for which she was grateful. "I was sitting my final acountancy exams in the summer so I was home based which was great during the summer. I'm working in Deloitte in my second year there, it can tough going up and down for training. I found football a great release when I was studying whereas some of the others would have been just studying 12 hours a day."