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This guide from the Irish Government provides a high-level overview of Budget 2023. It aims to explain how money will be raised and spent in 2023. Social Welfare Weekly social welfare rates will be increased by €12 for working age recipients. There will also be a €12 increase in weekly payments for pensioners. The Working Family […]
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Deliveroo Ireland has credited heightened demand and changes in ordering behaviour caused by Covid-19 for a 75% increase in gross profit last year. The takeaway ordering app made €14.7m in 2021, up from €8.4m a year earlier, while revenues from operations rose 64% year-on-year from €26.3m to €43.2m. Recently published accounts show the company ultimately posted […]
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Six local social enterprises received funding and supports at the Dublin City Social Enterprise Awards. These social enterprises are actively working to address important issues and achieve a social, societal or environmental impact, rather than maximising profits for owners or shareholders. The issues that the awardee social enterprises are seeking to address include:
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A holistic approach is needed when looking at the Report of the Commission on Taxation and Welfare Chambers Ireland calls for everyone to take a measured response to the Report of the Commission on Taxation and Welfare following the publication of “Foundations of the Future”. Speaking after the publication of the report, Chambers Ireland Chief […]
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AbbVie, a global research and development-based biopharmaceutical company with a significant presence across eight Irish locations, has announced a €60 million expansion at its manufacturing site in Cork.  The expansion, which will include the development of a new state-of-the-art facility, will create approximately 70 new jobs. New technologies will be introduced to the
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MeiraGTx, a vertically integrated, clinical stage gene therapy company, formally unveiled its gene therapy manufacturing facility in Shannon, with An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin TD, in attendance. The facility, online since earlier this year and stretching over 150,000 square feet, is the first commercial-scale gene therapy manufacturing site in Ireland. The facility is