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ELVES, Ireland’s End-of-Life Vehicle compliance scheme, has welcomed Minister Ossian Smyth, Minister of State with responsibility for Public Procurement, eGovernment and Circular Economy to Plunket College, Dublin, to celebrate the success of the Electric ELVES training programme for Authorised Treatments Facilities, (ATFs or permitted scrapyards) who are involved in the
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Digital Business Ireland, the country’s leading representative body for online businesses has launched a dedicated best practice eBook for SMEs called ‘Harness Digital, Power Growth’. With a network now in excess of 8,000 members, Digital Business Ireland has borne witness to the power of digital technologies in enabling sustainable growth for SMEs.  The eBook is […]
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An investment promotion conference was held in Ireland with an aim to enhance economic cooperation and bilateral investment between Ireland and Shenzhen, a southern Chinese coastal city and a high-tech hub. China-Ireland economic and trade relationship has been growing steadily and two-way investment has maintained a good momentum, said Wang Jiabao, commercial counsellor
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IDA Ireland welcomes the official opening of Logitech International’s new facility at City Gate Plaza in Cork. Established in 1981, Logitech is a global provider of personal computer, tablet, and mobile accessories. Headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland, Logitech employs 8,200 people in over thirty countries worldwide. With products sold in almost every country in the
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The Office of Government Procurement (OGP) led on the development of the GPP Criteria Search which is available at GPPCriteria.gov.ie. The online search tool allows users to rapidly find, select and download Green Public Procurement (GPP) criteria relevant to a specific procurement project. Welcoming the launch, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Michael McGrath,
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Dublin City Council will be the headline exhibitor at the Furthr Festival this Friday 21st October at the Convention Centre in Dublin. Features on its exhibition stand, built from sustainable materials, include an artificial intelligence assisted scooter and a battery powered smart bin. The Council is attending the festival as part of its support for […]
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WorkFusion, a leader in Intelligent automation and developer of AI-powered digital workers, have announced plans for its new European headquarters located at Hospitality House, 16-20 South Cumberland Street in Dublin. The soon-to-be-opened office will be home to the company’s R&D, data scientists, and other key software engineering roles. The company is actively hiring
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Tánaiste Leo Varadkar and Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail Damien English have signed an Exchange of Letters with the European Space Agency (ESA) to facilitate the launch of Ireland’s first satellite, which has been designed and built by academic staff and students at University College Dublin (UCD). This is a major milestone […]
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Digital Business Ireland, the country’s largest representative body for the digital commerce sector and leading financial service provider, Permanent TSB, have announced the launch of the National Digital Awards Series 2022. The announcement marks the third edition of the National Digital Awards, with this year’s series set to be the first in-person ceremony, where the