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Tom Ferris is a consultant economist. He was formally the SeniorEconomist at the Department of Transport. He is a former president ofthe Chartered Institute of Transport in Ireland. Tom has wide experience of the public sector and the private realm. Hehas undertaken consultancy projects for the World Bank, USAID, theOECD, a number of Irish Government […]
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Waterford confirms allocation of €80,600,000 Urban Regeneration Development Funding and €30,000,000 National Transport Authority funding which secures North Quays Strategic Development Zone key infrastructural developments Waterford City and County Council welcomes the announcement of €80,600,000 funding from the Urban Regeneration Development Fund by the Department of
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“Going paperless” is no longer just a trend; bullet point on organisation’s sustainability plan or sticker on young millennial’s recycled backpack (yes, it’s a thing). Reduction of paper waste and bad practices associated with handling important documents in hard-copies is becoming necessity. The new technologies enabling storing, sharing and updating documents in digital
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Donegal Digital partner Údarás na Gaeltachta has announced that the European consultancy firm Pangea is to establish its operational hub for Finance, Humans Resources and Operations in the Donegal Gaeltacht, where it will create 10 new jobs in coming years as it establishes its Irish presence.  The gteic network of digital & innovation hubs continues forging links
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The Clare Economic Taskforce held its inaugural meeting at Áras Contae an Chláir, Ennis. The Taskforce was convened by Pat Dowling, Chief Executive of Clare County Council, to inform and guide appropriate economic measures that will stimulate job creation in County Clare. The group comprises public and private sector leaders and is chaired by retired […]
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Restart Grant payments to Fingal businesses from Fingal County Council have now topped over €5m with 982 businesses approved for grants ranging from €2,000 to €10,000. The Restart Grant is part of the Council’s commitment to supporting the local economy and assisting businesses trying to recover from the difficult COVID-19 period. The Council’s Economic Enterprise and