The latest news, announcements, articles and blog posts from IDA Ireland. Keep informed about Foreign Direct Investment in Ireland.
26 Irish companies participate in five-day visit to South Carolina, Georgia, Monterrey and Mexico City
Over 90 Enterprise Ireland supported companies established a new presence in the Americas in 2021
Company now employs approximately 200 in Ireland and expects to add up to 100 new roles in next 18 months
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS) hosted a visit today by An Tánaiste* and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar TD at its Global Delivery Centre in Letterkenny, Co. Donegal in Ireland. One of the North West’s largest employers, TCS briefed Minister Varadkar and other visiting guests from IDA Ireland on its plans to further cement this Centre as a strategic hub to provide digital transformation, IT, and business services to clients in Ireland and across the world.
Minister Troy visits site where total jobs commitment since September launch is now at 200
Takeda Ireland, a subsidiary of Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Ltd, today celebrates the opening of a cell therapy production facility at its Grange Castle site. The commercial scale cell therapy production facility is the first of its kind in Ireland and will play an important role in supplying European, US and Canadian markets with a cell therapy treatment option for patients.
New 34-person site will become centre of excellence in research and development to help fuel investment and growth in the Irish economy
IDA Ireland’s second ‘Special Recognition Award’ recognising the contribution of our clients to Ireland was presented by Tánaiste Leo Varadkar and IDA Ireland to Google and accepted by its CEO Sundar Pichai, at a special ‘Building The Future Together’ event in California this morning.
Research projects that aim to curb the effects of climate crisis and help develop new policies can apply for the funding.
Pterosaurs – the flying cousins of dinosaurs – could likely change the colour of their feathers, according to a new study led by UCC researchers.
Apple accelerates creation of high skilled jobs in Ireland
New multi-million investment will add thermoformed trays to Ireland site, becoming a one-stop shop for converted healthcare packaging
An Tánaiste Leo Varadkar T.D., is embarking on an IDA Ireland/Enterprise Ireland trade & investment mission to the West Coast of the US today. The Tánaiste will be accompanied by IDA Ireland CEO Martin Shanahan and Enterprise Ireland CEO Leo Clancy.
Jobs include Risk, Audit, Finance, Technology, Operations
Expansion will allow for the creation of 40 new jobs
Over 30 new jobs to be posted before the end of 2022
Ireland’s pool of engineers will serve as a catalyst for NS1’s expansion to meet strong global demand for its products
EirGen Pharma announce the expansion of its Oral Solid Dose business in Waterford.
The COVID-19 Response Guide outlines IDA’s approach to the crisis and consolidates relevant information and supports available across government departments.
Ireland is the leading destination for pharmaceutical activity, 85+ biopharmaceutical companies call Ireland home, Ireland is the third largest exporter of pharmaceuticals globally and 50 FDA-approved manufacturing plants are located here.
Ireland is a global centre for servicing the insurance
industry with local expertise across the full range of
sub-sectors including Life, Non-Life, Specialty Insurance,
Reinsurance and Captive Insurance.
Ireland has a sophisticated fintech & payments ecosystem with
a deep pool of local expertise available. Many of the world’s leading
companies have a significant presence in Ireland, with activity spread
right across the sector including; Online Payments & Processing,
Digital Banking, Cross Border Payments, Payment Gateways,
Insurtech, Regtech and Blockchain.
Ireland has developed a global banking
reputation and is a recognised location for front,
middle and support activities, including operations
Everything you need to know about investing in Ireland in 2019 including information on economy, talent, tax, commercial property and more.
India and Ireland share a long standing bond across history, education, trade & business, literature and in a small way – cricket!!
From creating the very basis of computing, to housing global tech giants, Ireland has defined the digital age. And Ireland isn't done yet.
Advantage Ireland - Because 5 crucial business indicators are in Ireland's favour
From an ancient root language, to a booming tech scene, we've got a lot in common.
India and Ireland have a shared heritage and a similar history.
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