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An Tanaiste and Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Frances Fitzgerald T.D., and YapStone, a leading global payments company founded in Silicon Valley, today announced it will invest $48 million (€41 million) in the creation of 200 new tech jobs, at its International Headquarters in Drogheda, Co. Louth, Ireland.
Leading online automotive marketplace, CarGurus, expands its presence in Dublin, as it ramps up its European operation
Tánaiste and Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Frances Fitzgerald TD and IDA Ireland today welcomed the announcement that IBM will create up to 150 new, highly skilled digital roles over the next two years in a new IBM Digital Delivery Centre in Dublin.
Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald attends the official ribbon cutting of the MetLife facility
Recruitment of 200 highly skilled IT professionals for Technology Campus underway
Xilinx will recruit 100 highly qualified new staff for Dublin and Cork
Cloud Communications Company to employ 100 in Dublin over three years
UCD is to lead a new Irish-Welsh climate change research project with the goal of improving the quality of coastal waters in the region.
The increased fund allocation for innovation in Budget 2018 means Ireland will finally join the ESO.
A recent study into the effects of inactivity on the human body could help astronauts survive the challenges of life in space.
Science Foundation Ireland (SFI), in partnership with Wellcome and the Health Research Board (HRB), has announced the three biomedical researchers to receive this year’s Investigator Awards in Science.
Lero has announced that its newest member IT Tralee has secured a €400,000 research programme, as part of the third-level institute’s collaboration with Bon Secours Hospital Tralee.
Ireland has followed up joining the ESO with an agreement to gain access to ESA’s latest high-tech satellite, Sentinel-5P.
20 start-ups in the life sciences, medtech and digital health space have a chance to join a globally renowned MassChallenge bootcamp in Cork.
Start-ups founded by women in Ireland are a force to be reckoned with, according to new data from TechIreland.
DUBLIN, IRELAND – November 1, 2017 – Theravance Biopharma, Inc. (NASDAQ: TBPH) ("Theravance Biopharma") today announced the opening of a new corporate office in Dublin, further establishing the Company’s presence in Ireland. The Company plans to expand its Dublin employee base by hiring 30 highly-skilled professionals over the next two years in in areas such as clinical development, finance, and technical operations. An Tánaiste and Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Frances Fitzgerald TD and other IDA Ireland executives joined members of the Theravance Biopharma board of directors and employees at the opening ceremony.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to embark on IDA Ireland US West Coast Investment Mission
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: REGN), one of the fastest-growing companies in the global biotechnology industry, today announced further expansion of its Limerick Industrial Operations and Product Supply (IOPS) bioprocessing campus with an additional 300 jobs and investment of $100 million, bringing the total expected employment at the site to 800 people and total investment to $750 million. The project is supported by the government through IDA Ireland.
Flight Centre Travel Group (FLT) has today announced plans to create more than 30 new roles to facilitate its expansion in Ireland.
IDA Ireland today welcomed the news that Henkel Ireland, will establish a major Additive Manufacturing project in Tallaght, Dublin, where the global company already has a significant manufacturing and R&D operation for a wide range of adhesive technologies, serving a global market. Henkel, which also owns beauty care, laundry and home care divisions, is the world’s largest adhesives manufacturer.
Everest Insurance Ireland, dac (EIID), enables the Company to operate throughout the European Union (EU) under a single regulatory framework.
Letterkenny – October 20th 2017. IDA Ireland has today welcomed the official opening of Pramerica’s new state-of-the-art campus in Letterkenny.
The new building, which employed over 220 local tradesmen during its construction, represents a significant investment by the company.
Pramerica currently employs 1,500 people with a diverse workforce drawn from over 35 different countries.
Fragomen today announced the opening of its new office in Ireland, based in Dublin's city centre in order to service its portfolio of multinational clients in market.
Martin Shanahan, CEO of IDA Ireland said: “This has been a fantastic week for job creation in IDA client companies with 1000 jobs announced across a variety of sectors In Limerick, Cork and Dublin.”
New roles build on the 500 jobs created in February 2017 when Ireland was selected as the location of Microsoft EMEA Inside Sales organisation
80% of the original 500 positions are filled with recruitment commencing immediately for the additional 200 positions
Janssen Sciences Ireland UC has announced an expansion of its Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork facility that will allow it to meet the critical needs of patients around the world. The expansion plans involve an investment of more than €300 million that will increase the existing manufacturing space by an additional 19,100m2, provide employment for up to 450 people during construction and an extra 200 people once completed.
There are many reasons why companies locate themselves in
Ireland, but it all starts with positive leadership and
Ireland has an excellent track record as a location for
delivery of Global Business Services. It was in the early
that our highly-skilled workforce and low-risk, low-tax
environment first drew international companies to choose
Ireland as their base for centralising functional support
Global companies choose Ireland as a manufacturing location
because of our highly-skilled workforce, low tax and pro-
In every area of the contemporary business world,
progressive companies face an ever-increasing demand to
innovate. This drive for advancement is one of the main
catalysts for the internationalisation of Research,
and Innovation (RD&I).
Corporate tax rates have been one of the principal elements
favourable enterprise environment in Ireland for more than
decades. The Irish tax regime is open and transparent and
fully with OECD guidelines and EU competition law.
Why Ireland, companies are attracted to Ireland for a variety
Why Ireland, companies are attracted to Ireland for a variety
Trade is the cornerstone of Ireland’s present and
future success as a country. IDA Ireland, Ireland’s inward
investment promotion agency, is not waiting for events to
We are actively planning ahead and helping to position the
for progress. As the world moves towards a more positive
Ireland is set to lead the way.
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