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LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network, and the ADAPT SFI Research Centre for AI-Driven Digital Content Technology at Dublin City University (DCU) have collaborated on a technology initiative with the potential to increase access to multilingual content for Linkedin members. Responding to the need for accessible content, LinkedIn’s engineering team in Ireland,
Council Partners News Tourism
A dedicated new tourism website for County Clare was launched at the Clare ‘Tourism Together’ Networking Event 2023 at the Inn at Dromoland. VisitClare.ie is an initiative of Clare County Council and is the most comprehensive ever website dedicated to showcasing everything Ireland’s Banner County has to offer domestic and international visitors. The site features […]
Business News
Ahead of Ireland’s largest ever St Patrick’s Day programme, Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Simon Coveney, along with Minister of State for Trade Promotion, Dara Calleary, and Minister of State for Employment Affairs and Retail Business, Neale Richmond, again highlighted the importance of international trade for Ireland and the message that Ireland is an
Business News
Following the appointment of Head of Ireland Fund Services, Kevin Hogan, Aztec Group is building its team in Ireland with the establishment of a hub in Co. Kilkenny’s historic Marble City, to serve both new and existing clients eager to do business in the jurisdiction. The project is supported by the Irish Government through IDA […]
Council Partners Housing Podcasts
On this week’s podcast, we had the pleasure of speaking about Mayo County Council’s Housing Delivery Action Plan with Tom Gilligan, Director of Services at Mayo County Council. Tom is responsible for housing, roads, procurement, efficiency, services development and the Ballina Municipal District for the Council, where he has worked for the past eight years. He
Council Partners News
Metropolitan Mayor Cllr. Jason Murphy officially launched the Jubilee Memorial Community Garden in Central Avenue, Lisduggan. The concept for the community garden was spearheaded by Larchville Lisduggan Residents Association in a bid to develop a space in the heart of a thriving Waterford community that residents and visitors alike can enjoy. Jointly funded by Waterford