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Poly to create 200 jobs in new EMEA Cebtre of Excellence in Galway

Global Audio and Video Technology Powerhouse Poly today (Thursday) announced the opening of its new EMEA Centre of Excellence in Galway, expected to create more than 200 high-skilled jobs over the next five years. The global communications company is investing in the region to meet the growing demand for its premium audio and video products as businesses adjust to managing highly distributed workforces.

Course for managers interested in putting AI To work for their companies

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Managers in Mayo companies who would like to learn how they could put artificial intelligence (AI) to work for their organisations are being encouraged to sign up for a new course.

New course for Galway-based managers interested in putting AI to work for their companies

Managers in Galway companies who would like to learn how they could put artificial intelligence (AI) to work for their organisations are being encouraged to sign up for a new course.

Accelerator programme a must for Westmeath food and drink start-ups

Food Works, the collaborative tri-agency initiative run by Bord Bia, Enterprise Ireland and Teagasc, is looking for high potential, innovative and export driven food and drink start-ups from Westmeath to join their next accelerator programme.

Substantial capital funding allocated to enhance Athlone Institute of Technology facilities

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Capital funding of €1.4 million has been allocated to Athlone IT, it has been confirmed this week.

Count on Ballinasloe, Naomh Brendain, Loughrea, and Gort credit unions for an ethical student loan

Third level education costs continue to take their toll on students in Ireland. New research shows that more than two thirds struggle financially while at college. Three quarters are working to cope with costs. A substantial 55 per cent are skipping lectures in favour of paid work. This is understandable when students living outside of home are spending €1,047 per month. Those living at home also spend a significant €738 each month.

Laptops for students who cannot afford them to be part of higher education funding package

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Laptops worth almost €535,000 will be made available to higher-education students in Galway who would otherwise struggle to afford them as part of a government scheme to address “digital inequality” in the sector.

Citroen reinvents the hatchback with new C4 and E-C4

Citroen in Ireland has announced details of its new C4 and E-C4.

All new Citroen C4 and E-C4 now available at Hugo Loonam Motors

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Citroen in Ireland has just announced details of their all new C4 and E-C4. The C4 sits in the C-hatchback segment but French marque says that it offers much more than the traditional hatchback thanks to best-in-class height, ground clearance, seat height position and interior legroom versus competitors.

Corbett hopes United can build for the future

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Shantalla eyes were smiling when Shanwalla triumphed in the 6.45 race on Galway Plate Day. Jonathan Corbett might be part of the Galway United story during the past decade, but it was a memorable Wednesday in Ballybrit.


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