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HP Ireland this week announced the formal commencement of the construction phase of its new 89,000 sq. ft. office building in Ballybrit, Galway, at a ceremony attended by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny.
Galway and the west of Ireland is in line for a major employment boost in the construction sector with the announcement that the three and a half year N17/N18 Tuam to Gort motorway road project is to begin construction.
The inaugural HP Ladies’ Night will take place at the House Hotel on August 31, in aid of Hewlett Packard Galway’s chosen charity of 2012, Hand in Hand.
US Companies in Ireland are currently seeking over 2,500 people to fill vacant positions in their companies, the American Chamber of Commerce in Ireland’s annual Workforce Activation Survey shows.
There has been a broad welcome to this week’s announcement by Cisco, a world leader in networking products, that an investment of €26 million is to be made in its Galway Research and Development (R&D) facility over the next two years bringing with it the creation of up to 115 new jobs.
‘Humbling’ honour for Alan Kerins’ African Projects to be chosen as charity of year by Hewlett Packard
The founder of a local charity has said it is a “deeply, humbling honour” to be chosen by key local employer Hewlett Packard as its charity of the year for 2011.
The great, the good and the ordinary people of Galway packed into GMIT’s largest lecture theatre last Friday to take the first steps in collective planning for the future of Galway.
Galway 2040, a major public debate on the future of the city and county, is to take place at Galway Mayo Institute of Technology tomorrow, November 5.
“A modern port facility for Galway, catering for commercial shipping traffic and the development of Galway as a centre for Ocean Energy, cruise liners and marine leisure is pivotal to the future progression of the city,” according to Captain Brian Sheridan, Harbour Master who made his comments in advance of the Galway 2040 Symposium to be held in GMIT on Friday November 5.
A day long symposium will be held in GMIT on Friday November 5 to create public debate on a vision for Galway for the next generation. Organised by the Galway 2040 Initiative it is led by Paul Shelly and Rory O’Connor, Jim Fennell (GMIT & Marine Institute), Professor Kevin Leyden (NUIG CISC) and Michael Coyle (Galway Chamber).