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Galway software company Vulcan Solutions in new home

Vulcan Solutions, one of Galway’s longest established technology companies, has moved its development centre from Parkmore East to the Headford Point building on the Headford Road.

Galway doing well on the jobs front

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Galway is punching above its weight in attracting jobs, according to Labour TD for Galway West Derek Nolan.

Yes vote will help protect and create jobs — O’Mahony

Fine Gael Mayo TD John O’Mahony has stated that a Yes vote in the upcoming Fiscal Compact Treaty referendum will help protect jobs we have and create jobs we need.

AIT partners in €1.2m cloud computing research

A research programme in cloud computing involving the Software Research Institute at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) has received €1.2 million in funding from the Government.

Investors sought for software business in battle against CND disorders

Griffin Tuition located in NUIG is offering an opportunity to a financial or Angel investor to invest in its cognitive intervention treatments for central nervous system disorders such as Alzheimer’s, depression, schizophrenia, stroke, traumatic brain injury, post related stress disorder, senior memory maintenance, MCI, bipolar disorder etc. This revolutionary software is a first to Galway, Ireland and the UK.

Mayo company finalist in Silicon Valley comes to Ireland

The Irish Technology Leadership Group (ITLG), a group of executives and technology leaders headquartered in Silicon Valley, and focused on helping Irish start-up companies, is leading a delegation of high level executives and investors to Dublin.

Telecoms firm to bring 25 new jobs to Athlone by next spring

SolanoTech, a four-year-old Athlone-based software company, announced this week (August 29) that it is to create 25 vacancies for design and development engineers, and hopes to have them all employed before the end of March.

Kilkenny fugitive found dead in France after decades on the run

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The Department of Foreign Affairs has confirmed that police in France are confident that a body discovered on a footpath in a French town is that of Kilkenny fugitive Robert Stapleton.

US software company announces 200 jobs boost for Galway

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Mayo software company in Bright Ideas Challenge final

Eventovate, a Ballina based software company, was one of three finalists in Bank of Ireland's Bright Ideas Challenge. The national final of the competition was held on March 5 in the House of Lords, College Green, in Dublin. Eventovate enables hotels to offer additional added value services to customers booking events and conferences; while also allowing them to improve the management, booking, and delivery of the events. The company was established in 2008 by brothers Jonathan and Jason Ruane.

 

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