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There was further good news on the jobs front for Galway yesterday (Wednesday) when Hewlett Packard Enterprise named Galway as its European hub for cyber security operations.
Diligent Corporation, a leading modern governance company used by nearly 700,000 board directors and leaders worldwide, has announced Galway’s Bonham Quay as the location for its new European Hub. The company announced late last year that it was creating 200 local jobs in Galway as part of its long-term business strategy to drive international growth.
A welcome boost for the local employment economy, Chinese technology company Hauwei has announced the creation of jobs at the company’s research and development Athlone base.
Since the dawn of the smartphone, we have seen a explosion of software-based innovations hosted in the cloud and delivered via mobile, that are now engrained as part of our daily lives. It’s been stated that “software is eating the world”, from Zoom to Snapchat to Netflix, software really is all around us. Our lives have become more intertwined with computer and mobile applications and it didn’t happen by magic. The most popular applications that we use on a day-by-day basis came from the minds of brilliant computer sciences graduates.
The creation of thirty new jobs in Galway by Enterprise Ireland Companies is a huge boost for the West of Ireland, according to Senator for Roscommon-Galway, Aisling Dolan who is Seanad Spokesperson for Further & Higher Education, Science, Innovation and Research.
Jobs boost for city as two hundred posts to be created in tech giant Diligent Corporation’s European HQ
More than 200 jobs are to be created in Galway by a global technology company following the establishment of its European headquarters in the city.
More than 200 jobs are to be created in Galway by a global technology company following the establishment of its European hub in the city.
Calls have been made this week to change the streetscape of the city to make it more conducive to social distancing over the duration of the Covid-19 crisis.
An Athlone based company, whose mission is to make the world’s wastewater treatment affordable, sustainable and energy efficient in order to cope with the challenges of climate change, population growth and industrial expansion, has been listed in the 2019 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 ranking companies.
Over 500 jobs will be created by innovation driven enterprises at the new AcademyWest at Galway Technology Centre (GTC), resulting in an annual €62 million boost to the west of Ireland over the next five years – and the facility is poised to act as a driver of regional growth in the technology sector.