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CORK, Ireland – April 16, 2018 – Rubrik, the Cloud Data Management Company, today announced plans to add 50 new jobs in Cork, Ireland as part of its continued investment and expansion in Europe. The company plans to hire qualified professionals for customer support, IT and sales positions.
Dublin, 12th April 2018 – Mastercard has announced it will expand its presence in Ireland, hiring 175 new employees in Dublin focused on driving innovation and creating the future of payments around the world.
Sligo –April 10th 2018. Global software company LiveTiles announced today that it will establish an Intelligent Innovation Centre in Sligo, Ireland to support the further development of its design and artificial intelligence (AI) products.
Gavin Prendergast had already been thinking about going into business for himself with an enterprise that would tap into his love for food. Then the multinationals came calling.
Dublin, April 4, 2018 – Viasat Inc. (NASDAQ: VSAT), a global communications company, today proudly opened its new expanded office in Dublin, Ireland, which is expected to house up to 250 Viasat team members focused on developing next-generation software and technology for Viasat’s target broadband markets.
Intel’s acquisition of Irish tech firm Movidius is enabling Intel and Microsoft to bring more AI capabilities to Windows 10.
DCU’s designation as an autism-friendly campus comes at the end of an 18-month research project.
The Galway-based Cúram centre will partner with five institutions to find ways to produce new skin for those with burns or chronic wounds as part of a €4m EU project.
This year’s recipients of SFI’s St Patrick’s Day Medal include renowned physics professor Margaret Murnane and Granahan McCourt Capital CEO David McCourt.
One of the world’s most debilitating diseases could be identified from a simple blood test, new research from RCSI has found.
With the aim of developing a treatment for a rare and debilitating skin disorder, an Irish biopharma company and UCD have signed a gene therapy licensing deal.
Hainan is China’s largest independent airline and it is launching a new year-round service from Dublin to Beijing starting on 12 June and will operate four times a week.
Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) in Ireland in 2017 surged by 5.9pc, with a total of 143 deals worth €14.9bn recorded during the year, according to the latest William Fry report.
Dublin may be a natural business hub, but the country’s FDI story doesn’t end in the capital. Silicon Docks is synonymous with thriving tech companies, but cities like Galway and Cork attract their share of multinationals too. Galway alone has close to 23,000 people whose jobs come from IDA-supported FDI projects, while Cork has a thriving community of companies in both pharmaceuticals and cybersecurity sectors.
Newly constructed two storey technology building set on the IDA Castlebar Business & Technology Park.
Two storey technology building set on the IDA Sligo Business & Technology Park
Three storey office building currently under construction on the IDA Galway Business & Technology Park
Ground Floor of a three storey office building on IDA's Letterkenny Business & Technology Park
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