Five of the top 10 companies on Forbes’ list of The World’s Most Innovative Companies have Irish operations. This underlines Ireland’s success in attracting cutting-edge FDI investment across a range of sectors. Learn how these sectors have evolved in Ireland and their ambitions for the future.
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Ireland has undertaken a significant programme of investment in communications and technology infrastructure, third-level institution linkages, property developments and transportation networks to drive the growth of industry hot spots throughout Ireland. Existing clusters in Medical Technology, Financial Services, Pharmaceuticals and Internet, amongst others, are already thriving as a result.
Increasing numbers of High Growth companies are locating in Ireland to scale up and internationalise their operations. The exciting commercial and creative mix on offer, together with a business-friendly environment and speed to market are key motivating factors.
The likes of IBM, PayPal and Ericsson have been based in Ireland for many years, and are among the many companies who have continued to invest in Ireland. This highlights how Ireland not only attracts multinationals, but helps them continue to expand their operations and move up the value chain. Find out more about some of the key high-value activities in Ireland.
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Explore the current business landscape in Ireland and see what's happening on the ground now.
TradeIX, the award-winning technology platform provider driving innovation in trade finance, is expanding its Global Headquarters in Dublin by adding 70 new jobs across engineering, sales, customer service, and product development.
EML Payments Limited (ASX: EML) (“EML”) today announced it is expanding its operation in Galway with the establishment of a Technology & Innovation Hub in Galway, employing 20 people.
Global cybersecurity leader Forcepoint today moved to its permanent office for its Center of Excellence in Cork, Ireland. The investment, supported by the Irish Government through IDA Ireland, continues to focus on new product development in the cloud and endpoint cybersecurity technology space.
Valeo, today announced it is to invest €44M in a major RD&I investment programme, which will build on the Group’s strong capability in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and position them at the forefront of developments in autonomous vehicles. This investment will lead to the creation of 50 new R&D roles over the next three years, which will see its Irish R&D centre grow to over 500 people and become one of the largest R&D facilities in Ireland.
Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD, is leading 71 Enterprise Ireland client companies on an Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland trade and investment mission to Australia and Singapore. The trade mission is focused on increasing Irish exports to markets outside of the UK by 50% by 2020 and attracting investments from Australian and ASEAN companies to Ireland.
The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) is forming a new business entity, EPRI Europe Limited, to expand its collaborative research and development programs in Europe.
IDA Ireland welcomes launch of New Future Jobs Ireland 2019 Report
DTCC Officially Opens new Office in Dublin
Legend Biotech Ireland, Ltd. announces the official opening of the company’s European headquarters (HQ) at 10A Ballymoss Road, Sandyford Business Park, Dublin 18, Ireland. Legend Biotech established their European HQ in Dublin at the end of 2017 and has been focusing primarily on research and development (R & D) and business activities.
Global digital workflow platform provider increases investment and creates new jobs in Ireland
Soldo, the London-based fintech offering payment and spend management services to businesses, has today announced it has been awarded an Electronic Money Institution licence from Ireland’s Central Bank
IDA Ireland welcomes the announcement made today by Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD and Charlie Flanagan TD, Minister for Justice and Equality that spouses and partners of Critical Skills Employment Permit holders will be able to access the Irish labour market without the need to obtain an employment permit.
Minister Heather Humphreys today announced that IDA Ireland has selected Monaghan as the location for a new Advanced Technology Building (ATB) and appointed a design team.
Leading Contract Manufacturer Expands Newly Acquired Avenue Mould Solutions with Plans to Create Over 200 New Jobs
Creation of 100 new jobs by global human data sciences innovator
Trūata, the Dublin-based provider of the Trūata Anonymization Solution, officially opened its new headquarters in Dublin, while also announcing a new annual conference on data protection and analytics, to take place on 20 February, 2020, in association with IDA Ireland.
Dublin, Ireland: February 14, 2019 – S&P Global Ratings is pleased to announce the opening of its new European headquarters in Dublin. This milestone was celebrated at an opening ceremony today, attended by senior leaders from the organization and Martin Shanahan, CEO of IDA Ireland. Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, TD, will officially inaugurate the new Dublin office at a formal reception this evening.
European Financial Forum opens in Dublin Castle today
Feb 6 2019: US law firm Clark Hill has announced a merger with the well-known Irish firm O’Gradys Solicitors giving it a significant presence in Ireland, its first office within the European Union.
Assystem Technologies and its affiliates relaunch under a new brand. 18 months after taking over the operations of Assystem SA’s Global Product Solutions division, and following a series of acquisitions in 2018 including SQS - an industry leading quality partner for digital business with a 500 people-strong presence in Ireland, the organisation becomes Expleo.
Meissner Filtration Products announced today that it will expand manufacturing operations by establishing a facility in County Mayo, Ireland, creating upwards of 150 jobs over the next 5 years.
€36 million investment will position DePuy Synthes’ Irish operation at the forefront of ground-breaking health solutions
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