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Galway IT company celebrates twenty-five-year milestone

One of Ireland’s longest established technology companies, Galway-based Vulcan Solutions, celebrates 25 years in business this month.

Mayor launches new employment website

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A new website aimed at encouraging business people in towns and cities across Galway and Ireland, to promote job and employment opportunities, has been launched.

Work-finding website set up by Galway businessmen

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Two Galway businessmen, Tom O' Connor and John Herterich are the third generation in their family to take over a thriving local enterprise, and each business has over seventy years of success behind it. Unlike many of their acquaintances, neither of them ever had to leave Galway to find employment.

Two Galway settlements on latest tax defaulters’ list

Two Galway businessmen made tax settlements in the first quarter of this year, the latest list of tax defaulters published by the Revenue Commissioners reveal.

Galway businesses feted for customer service

Two Galway businessmen had good cause for celebration last week when the SUBWAY® stores that they respectively own in Tuam and Loughrea were rated among the top 10 SUBWAY® stores in Ireland for cleanliness and customer service.

Galway business duo beat recession and take the Subway into town

Two Galway businessmen are overcoming the challenges presented by the recession having come together to take their high street business to the doorsteps of homes and offices throughout the city.

Irish businesses back Ireland’s Volvo entry

Just a week before the world’s greatest ocean race begins, Ireland’s entry, the Green Dragon, has been handed a major financial boost.

Lynch takes the plunge

In Alicante it was Tom Roche of the National Toll Roads, and on Saturday in Capetown it was the turn of Galway solicitor Brian Lynch to take the plunge.

ACC get tough in legal action in separate cases against two Galway businessmen

ACC Bank have shown this week that they are taking no hostages over two separate instances with Galway businessmen.

 

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