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Top advisory company MD to speak in Galway

This year’s CIPD Western Region conference will take place on Thursday April 23 in the Clayton Hotel, Galway.

Business leaders invited to Midlands Gateway Chamber event

Next Thursday, November 20, business leaders from across the Midlands will attend the Midlands Gateway Chamber autumn breakfast briefing in Wineport Lodge, Glasson.

Four decades on, MBA and MIE alumni gather to share memories

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graduated from the very first Masters of Business Administration (MBA) and the Masters of Industrial Engineering (MIE) at NUI Galway recently celebrated a 40 year reunion in Galway.

The slaughter of The Great War

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THE 100TH anniversary of the start of World War I is being commemorated across Europe, but the talk of sacrifice and heroism obscures the obliteration of nine million, mostly young, soldiers, and seven million civilians - one of the deadliest conflicts in history.

Free digital marketing techniques with

The next free seminar organised by Online Marketing in Galway will feature Aoife Kelly of Dublin-based Dreamwedding and Fergal Costello, of

Nurses urged to use their imaginations

A call has been made for nurses to be less risk averse and to use their imaginations to work more creatively.

University to host conference on obesity

The Health Economics and Policy Analysis research group at NUI Galway will host a one day conference on obesity Friday, 17 January. Obesity is complex, interdisciplinary problem that involves genetics, physiology, the environment, psychology, and economics.

Success is all about perfect execution, says Galway author as he is lauded by business gurus

Galway-based keynote speaker and best selling author Kevin Kelly has just launched his new book Do — The Pursuit of Xceptional Execution here and in the United States. Already the book has been endorsed by many New York Times best selling authors including business guru and author Tom Peters whose comments feature on the front cover:

Will the driver be redundant in the cars of the future?

An audience from motoring, road safety, and other sectors came together in Dublin last week to hear expert international speakers talk about how car technology is changing the role of the driver and how increasing levels of technology in the car can have a detrimental effect on drivers’ attention levels.

NUI Galway spin-off company scoops major international tender

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Qpercom, a spin-off company from NUI, Galway, which specialises in providing high-tech solutions for practical examinations, has won a major tender with the National University of Singapore.


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