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Opel Ireland has launched a commercial variant of its successful Astra five door hatchback. And the first major fleet of new Opel Astra five door vans has been supplied to Eircom, Ireland’s largest telecommunications provider, writes Padraic Deane.
Charities that have collected donations from the public via text messages deserve to be paid compensation where phone companies have charged VAT on the texts.
In a world where staying connected has become the ‘be all and end all’ it is little wonder that businesses get tangled up in their own web of inefficient phone lines and other overly complicated communication systems resulting in money unneccessarily going down the drain. However, Avita Communications can help reduce these costs, installing the very latest technology and efficient solutions, providing more security, leaving you to get on with growing your business.
This week, business professionals and entrepreneurs from across Westmeath attended an event focused on international and cross-border training, providing knowledge and guidance on new opportunities for businesses who have reached full growth in their existing market.
Galway-based company Lighthouse Networks has just announced the expansion and enhancement of its wireless broadband service in several rural areas of County Galway and County Clare. These include areas around Barna, Headford and Moycullen which have “line of sight” to Tonabrucky. Other areas which now enjoy enhanced coverage include Kinvara, Gort and Loughrea in County Galway, as well as Lahinch, Miltown Malbay and Spanish Point in County Clare.
Following the local final of the Newstalk Student Enterprise Competition at AIT, a team of students has been chosen to represent the college at the national semi-final of the competition in February. The students that make up the winning team are Nikita Dementiev, Ellen Rodekuhr, Inken Rodekuhr, and Ardan Hennessy.
Hewlett Packard’s announcement that it is to create 105 highly skilled jobs in Galway shows this city has the ability to attract significant foreign direct investment despite the difficult economic climate.
Galway received a positive boost yesterday with the announcement that leading US telecommunications company Genband will be investing €8 million in establishing an international headquarters and business centre in the city and creating more than 100 new jobs.
A study trip to the Caribbean is up for grabs by Institute of Technology and National College of Ireland students from this week.
The biennial conference of IMPACT, Ireland’s largest public service union, takes place in the conference centre of the Lyrath Estate Hotel, Kilkenny, from Wednesday May 19 to Friday May 21. The conference opens at 7pm on May 19 and will finish on the afternoon of May 21.