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JCI Galway have introduced TECHGATE, a new technology expo promoting and highlighting the wealth of businesses in this ever-growing section in the west of Ireland. TECHGATE will have three different pillars at the event - the Expo, the Talks and the Awards.
There was great news on the job front in Galway this week with German Technology group SAP announcing t is to create 200 technology roles at its bases in Galway and Dublin by the end of the year.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny is in Castlebar this morning (Friday) to announce the creation of 19 new technology jobs in a leading cloud computing company.
Insight, a new research centre for data analytics run by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI), has been officially announced by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise, and Innovation Richard Bruton and the Minister for Research and Innovation Sean Sherlock.
Delegates from the Irish hospitality sector will gather in GMIT today (Thursday) and tomorrow for the ninth annual Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference (THRIC). Hosted by the GMIT College of Tourism and Arts, the conference gathers industry, academia, and students together to discuss the sector’s research and industry trends.
Longford-Westmeath TD Robert Troy says he is extremely disappointed by the Live Register figures released on Wednesday this week which revealed that the Midlands was the only region to record both a monthly and yearly increase in the number of people signing on.
Due to the current turn in economic events, many people have found themselves toying with the idea of returning to education. Whether simply to do a top-up course in their present field of expertise, or to start a fresh on a completely new career path, it is important to note that there are options out there to suit every situation.
Fianna Fáil has published a strategy on youth unemployment, setting out a range of ambitious policies aimed specifically at providing work opportunities for young people.
Galway-based medical technology company Aerogen Ltd has been revealed as contender for the 2011 Medical Technology Company of the Year Award. The shortlist of six companies was announced this week with the overall winner set to be announced at the 2011 Medical Technology Industry Excellence Awards which will take place on December 8 in Limerick.
Galway companies at the forefront of medical technology will play a key role in Ireland’s economic recovery, according to Michael Gilmore of Cappella Medical Devices and Enterprise Ireland.