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The monthly ezine from IDA Ireland
Issue 129 August 2021
 
WATCH VIDEO: RDS Inaugural Disruptors Discussion Series
RDS, in partnership with IDA Ireland, brings you a new series of discussions with entrepreneurs and innovators in conversation with IDA’s Aimee Williams. In episode one, she interviews Adrienne Gormley, chief operating officer of N26.
 
LATEST NEWS FROM IDA IRELAND
Bausch & Lomb expands its vision for Waterford with 130 jobs
Bausch & Lomb has announced a €90m investment to expand its manufacturing facility in Waterford and create a number of new jobs.
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Repligen to create 130 new jobs in Waterford site expansion
Repligen to create 130 new jobs in Waterford site expansion 
Repligen Corporation is undertaking an expansion of its Waterford site which will include a new 3,000 sq m facility and 130 new jobs. 
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Up to 100 tech jobs announced at new Shannon manufacturing site
Up to 100 tech jobs announced at new Shannon manufacturing site 
PPG and OLED Material Manufacturing are creating up to 100 high-tech jobs as part of a multimillion-euro investment at a new Shannon manufacturing site. 
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Charles River to create 90 new jobs at Ballina biologics site
Contract research organisation Charles River Laboratories is planning an €8m site expansion in Ballina.
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60 new jobs in data as analytics centre opens in Mullingar
The Ardonagh Group aims to make Ireland’s midlands a hub for risk R&D with the establishment of an analytics centre in Mullingar.
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Abbott plans €37.8m R&D investment at Clonmel site
Abbott plans €37.8m R&D investment at Clonmel site 
The company, which employs more than 4,000 people in Ireland, is developing cardiovascular devices at its Clonmel base.
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IDA Ireland Annual Report & Accounts 2020
IDA Annual Report & Accounts 2020

IDA Ireland Annual Report & Accounts 2020
The last year has been an extraordinarily challenging one for the country and its citizens as the Covid-19 pandemic claimed lives and livelihoods. However, IDA Ireland reported significant investment growth in the first half of 2021, returning FDI employment creation plans to near 2019 record levels, despite continued business uncertainty caused by the pandemic.

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INNOVATION NATION
3 Irish projects awarded up to €3.6m in EU funding
3 Irish projects awarded up to €3.6m in EU funding 
The EIT is funding 23 HEI action plans to enhance their entrepreneurial and innovation capacity, with three projects helmed by Ireland. 
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UCD launches quantum research centre to untangle our greatest challenges
UCD launches quantum research centre to untangle our greatest challenges 
Centre director Dr Andrew Mitchell says quantum computing can tackle the issues that are too complex for classical computers.
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Construction begins on Ireland’s largest solar farm in Meath
Construction begins on Ireland’s largest solar farm in Meath 
The Ballymacarney solar farm from Statkraft is expected to create enough energy to power more than 40,000 homes.
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IDA Ireland remains open virtually, to protect our employees, clients and to support our client companies during this turbulent period. We have set up a dedicated Covid-19 space on our website

This will be kept up to date with the most relevant information/guidelines for companies and their employees. We will continue to monitor developments and update accordingly.

IDA Ireland is firmly committed to supporting our client companies during this turbulent period. For queries on how we can assist, please do not hesitate to contact your IDA Ireland account manager. Alternatively, contact us directly via email idaireland@ida.ie or via phone +353 1 603 4000 and we will put you in touch with the right person who can help.
 
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