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A case study examining the business strategy behind Signify Health’s decision to open its first overseas hub in Galway is to become part of the syllabus for students based in third-level institutions around the globe.
A new report shows the Shannon Airport Group delivers a major contribution of almost €4 billion (€3.96bn) to Ireland’s GDP, supports over 20,300 jobs across the Irish workforce, and contributes €643m in tax revenues.
The annual Galway Science and Technology Festival Exhibition Day is a calendar highlight for Galway students and families. Last Sundays event drew thousands of people of all ages as they marvelled at a range of activities including the Medtronic Junior Hospital, the ever-popular Teddy Bear Hospital, exotic animals with The Bug Doctor plus primary and secondary school exhibition stands.
Sterling Engineering, a provider of outsourced engineering services for manufacturing companies across medical technologies, life science, automotive, food and beverage industries has announced that it plans to create 50 jobs in Galway with the establishment of its EMEA HQ in the city.
The President of Atlantic Technological University (ATU), Dr Orla Flynn, this week launched ATU’s new Alumni Network for graduates and past students of ATU’s three legacy institutes and former RTCs, Galway-Mayo Institute, Institute of Technology Sligo and Letterkenny Institute of Technology in ATU Galway.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise this week announced more than 150 new technical roles at its Global Centre of Excellence for the HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform in Galway,
University of Galway’s Professor Alma McCarthy has been recognised for her contribution to academia, research and leadership and honoured with the Fellowship of the Irish Academy of Management.
The board of the Western Development Commission (WDC), the state agency responsible for the economic and social development of the West of Ireland has appointed a new chief executive with Allan Mulrooney stepping into the role from next month.
After being selected in Ireland’s first offshore wind auction, the Sceirde Rocks Windfarm has announced plans to provide an estimated €70 million of funding over 20 years to local communities through a new Community Benefit Fund.