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Business Environment News
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have launched its €650,000 funding opportunity for Irish enterprises to innovate, demonstrate and implement new circular economy approaches in their business models, moving away from the ‘Take Make Use Dispose’ economic model. Circular business models appeal to customers and consumers looking for sustainable options and contribute
Business News
IDA Ireland, together with Taoiseach Michéal Martin and Tánaiste Leo Varadkar welcomed the news that TikTok is to create an additional 1,000 jobs in Ireland. The news was shared with the Taoiseach and IDA Ireland CEO Martin Shanahan at a meeting with TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew and senior company leaders, at which both were […]
Business Environment News
Minister of State for Heritage and Electoral Reform, Malcolm Noonan, and Minister of State for Land-Use and Biodiversity, Senator Pippa Hackett, have encouraged businesses to sign up to Business for Biodiversity, a new platform to guide them in taking action to tackle the biodiversity crisis. Backed by the National Parks and Wildlife Service of the Department of […]
Business News
Diversifying your business is a familiar adage warning businesses about the dangers of stubbornly clinging to their core products or services, markets and revenue streams. But the storms whipped up by Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic have certainly reinforced the value of diversifying your business. As strategies go, it can mean the difference between prosperity […]
Business News
Minister of State for Trade Promotion, Digital and Company Regulation, Robert Troy, travelled to Co. Offaly where he met client companies of Enterprise Ireland and also discussed progress and implementation of the recently launched Midlands Regional Enterprise Plan with steering committee members. The Minister’s first port of call was to Glenisk Organic Dairy in Killeigh.
Business Housing News
Cygnum, who are one of the country’s largest timber frame manufacturers, has announced 50 new jobs in Cork as it’s upping its output by 60 percent to try help meet the government’s Housing for All targets. The company made the big announcement following a €7 million investment over the last five years. Cygnum, who celebrate […]
Business News
Food innovation centre The Kerry Food Hub has completed the installation of 10 1,000 sq ft food grade production units and launched artisanmarket.ie, its multi-vendor online marketplace for artisan producers and professional buyers as part of a €2m investment. The 10 units are part of the hub’s ongoing expansion, and include four existing production units that employ
Business Health News
Biomerics, the leading vertically integrated medical device contract manufacturer serving the interventional device market, has announced the expansion of a Balloons & Balloon Catheters Centre of Excellence in Galway and the creation of approximately 40 jobs over the next five years. This is Biomerics’ first facility in Europe and the second facility outside the
Business News
Ericsson has announced its plans to hire 250 people at its Irish R&D Centre in Athlone to support the company’s ongoing development of innovative cloud-native products that orchestrate, automate and power its global 5G portfolio. The highly skilled roles, which include opportunities for software developers, data scientists, architects, cloud and mobile communication
Council Partners Financial News
The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphreys, has announced a new funding stream to support Local Authorities to purchase vacant buildings which can be converted and developed for community use. The funding, which is being made available under the Town and Village Renewal Scheme, aims to support the continued regeneration of our rural […]