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Cushman & Wakefield has recently concluded two important office deals in in the Citypoint building located on Prospect Hill. MathWorks and Ipswitch are two US based information technology companies which have taken up residence in the city for their European headquarters.
NUI Galway has witnessed significant increases in the number of points required to gain a place on an undergraduate course at the university.
Business owners, self-employed persons, entrepreneurs, however we like to label ourselves, we have three things in common: Most of us love what we do. And we love getting paid for it. It’s the bits in between we don’t care for much.
May 2016 sees the arrival of the AtlanTec Festival to Galway brought to you by the Information Technology Association of Galway (ITAG). ITAG is a long-established non-profit association with extensive links to the technology industry and a commitment to growing and strengthening the information technology sector in Galway and the West of Ireland.
Skillnets, the national agency responsible for funding and supporting training networks has announced details of a new training fund worth nearly half a million euro (€450,000), aimed at assisting private sector businesses to grow, by addressing their current and future skills needs.
GRETB Training Centre prides itself on offering intensive training courses to all ages. The training centre has successfully established itself within the marketplace as an exceptional training choice with notable success rates.
There has been some good news on the local jobs front with the anouncement by Galway based IT security company TitanHQ that it is to create ten highly skilled technology jobs over the next year as the company continues to grow internationally.
Computer Science students at NUI Galway will hold the third annual ‘Synapse //a Tech Carnival’ bringing major technological companies and employers to Galway City next week. The one-day free event will take place on Wednesday, 23 September in the Bailey Allen Hall at NUI Galway.