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Galway to attract more multi-national companies, says IDA

Galway is set to continue to attract multi-national companies and with it more jobs over the next couple of years, that is according to IDA Ireland’s west regional manager Jim Murren following an announcement of 50 new posts this week by Synchronoss Technologies Inc.

Ireland’s only computer museum exhibition opens in NUIG

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An exhibition dedicated to the development of computer technology, video games, and communications opened this week at NUI Galway.

NUIG to host Galway launch of major business and photography exhibition

A new photographic portrait exhibition, The Face of Corporate Responsibility, Ireland, will go on display at NUI, Galway from Tuesday February 9 to Sunday 14 in the university’s Orbsen Building.

NUIG to host Galway launch of major business and photography exhibition

A new photographic portrait exhibition, The Face of Corporate Responsibility, Ireland, will go on display at NUI, Galway from Tuesday February 9 to Sunday 14 in the university’s Orbsen Building.

Galway company opens €7 million plant in China

Galway-based company CF Tooling opened a €7 million production facility in China last week to serve a major global contract with IBM.

Local business man named Entreprenur of the Year

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Galway businessman John Flaherty, founder of C&F Group, received Ireland’s coveted business award when he was named as the 2008 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® at a ceremony last week.

Flaherty’s the star at entrepreneur awards

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Galway businessman John Flaherty, founder of C&F Group, received Ireland’s coveted business award when he was named as the 2008 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® at a ceremony last week. Mr Flaherty was first announced as winner of the international category before receiving the overall title, which was presented by the Tánaiste Mary Coughlan, Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment.

New website provides advice to Westmeath’s young scientists

Young scientists in Westmeath will be able to access some of the top experts in US multinational companies in Ireland as they prepare their entries for the 2009 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition.

Leaded, contaminated and now Galway gets smart water

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From cryptosporidium to lead contamination, Galway now has ‘Smart Water’, compliments of IBM. To date the city’s water problems have drawn more national attention than the county hurling squad.

ITAG Board look to Silicon Valley centre for entrepreneurship

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Members of the board of Information Technology Association Galway (ITAG) recently visited a world leading centre for technology entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley.

 

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