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Livingbridge, one of the UK’s leading mid-market private equity investors has announced its investment in Galway-based TitanHQ, a fast-growing, global, cloud security vendor.
“Now is the time to firmly place balanced Regional Development and Rural Ireland front and centre of EU and Government policy by identifying and implementing rural solutions to national problems,” stated Deputy Rose Conway-Walsh in her maiden Dáil speech on Wednesday.
He's used to excelling on the football field, but for Alan Dillon, Saturday week will be a whole new ball game.
Former employees of electronic manufacturing operations such as Northern Telecom and Digital Equipment Corporation as well as those who worked or studied in information technology, telecommunications and the computer retail sector in Galway during the 1970s/1980s are requested to attend a gathering at the Insight Centre for Data Analytics of the Data Science Institute, NUI Galway in the Dangan Business Park at 8pm on Tuesday June 11.
Mayo author Michael Larkin is looking forward to launching his new book Making the Right Connections which depicts the story of his granduncle Thomas Larkin and his journey as an early telephone pioneer in America. The book will be launched on Monday, April 29, at 7pm in Mayo County Library in Castlebar.
Irish owned IT services and networking company, Arkphire, has reported an operating profit of €4.6 million on sales amounting to €90.1 million for the 12 month period ended 30 June 2018. These results represent another strong performance for the business with profits growing from €2,723,265 to €4,602,144 in 2018 and turnover up 22% compared to the previous year.
Broadband services and mobile phone connection in rural Ireland are not improving, but are getting worse, and it is time the Government intervened directly on this, rather than "leaving it totally at the whim of the private sector".
Fastcom, the Sligo-based telecommunications company, recently announced it had signed an open access agreement with open eir, the wholesale division of eir. The deal gives Fastcom access to 135,000 premises in Ireland’s west and northwest – including more than 23,200 homes and businesses in Mayo – allowing it to help make the area one of the best-served rural regions in Ireland.
Ballinasloe native Natasha Beegan has been presented with the Rising Star Award at the sixth Annual Irish Sales Champion Awards, which took place at the Guinness Storehouse on Thursday, June 16.
Over the past 36 years, KPMG has made its mark on the West of Ireland and on the business community of Galway. Brian Thornton, KPMG partner in charge of the Galway office, explains.