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Astatine invests €1M in Oranmore solar project
Leading renewable heat and power specialist Astatine has announced a €1M investment project in a project at the CMLS Limited cold storage facility in Oranmore, involved the upgrading of the building’s roof to solar power, with an investment of €1M.
Eight-in-ten Irish exporters plan to enter new international markets
A survey of Enterprise Ireland client companies attending International Markets Week has found that 84% of exporters plan to enter new international markets over the next 12 months, despite ongoing market uncertainty and concerns around issues such as supply chain, energy costs and inflation.
Galway company to create 50 new jobs at its Claregalway facility
Galway has been given a jobs boost this week with Xerotech, a leading supplier of advanced battery systems, expandng its operations in the county.
Portwest takes Circular Economy Award at inaugural Business & Finance ESG Awards
Business leaders from across the country gathered at the Mansion House in Dublin last Thursday for the inaugural Business & Finance ESG Awards.
Showcase the G in Guaranteed Irish this June
BY DECLAN VARLEY
TUS governing body to ‘guide, shape and define’ university’s future
The Technological University of the Shannon’s (TUS) expanded governing body convened for the first time this week at the university’s Athlone campus.
Local Minister of State welcomes emergency support for hauliers
Local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, has welcomed €18 million emergency support announced by his colleague Hildegarde Naughton in response to the rising fuel costs which are having disastrous effects for the community he says, in particular the haulage sector.
Regional salaries will rise in key sectors in 2022, but undersupply of skilled workers a problem
Ireland is facing an undersupply of skilled and experienced candidates in the financial services sector and competition to attract talent is expected to be intense this year, according to Matrix Recruitment.
Ireland facing undersupply of skilled workers, says Matrix Recruitment
Ireland is facing an undersupply of skilled and experienced candidates in the financial services sector and competition to attract talent is expected to be intense next year, according to Matrix Recruitment.
Supply chain challenges in retail
There has been a huge demand for consumer products in 2020 and 2021. Covid-19 has resulted in people spending more time at home than ever before. Lockdown especially saw all non-essential workers confined to their homes. Investing in goods such as clothing, electronics, and furniture was one of the few ways that people could spend their discretionary income from the comfort of their own homes. However, this major spike in consumer purchasing is only one of many challenges that the retail industry is currently facing.