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Irish companies take action on Brexit as export sales reach an all-time high

Enterprise Ireland client companies hit record-breaking €22.71bn in annual exports in 2017. It is the highest level of export sales recorded in the history of...

Financial Services firm announces new jobs in Galway

Financial Services firm EY has announced 520 new jobs at its Galway office and around Ireland. The financial services consultancy firm has a high demand...

Renewed calls for Greenway Strategy as progress stalls over land access

Renewed calls are being made for Minister for Transport, Tourism, and Sport Shane Ross to publish a Greenway Strategy without which projects have become...

Galway start-up with treatment for joint pain secures €2.75m

Seed funding aimed at bringing an implant to treat arthritis of thumb joint to market. A Galway-based medical devices start-up that has developed a new...

Farewell Britain . . . Hello Galway!

How Galway’s push to lure fintech startups out west is starting to pay off. Ireland’s economic resurgence has revealed the emergence of some exciting sectors...

U.S. tech company adding 30 jobs in Galway

Californian tech company Cisco is adding 30 new software development jobs in Galway as it expands its Irish operations. Cisco has announced that it will...

Salthill beach cleaner Paulie Cleans Up will be missed!

For the past six weeks a young Lithuanian entrepreneur - under the name Paulie Cleans Up - has been collecting garbage in Salthill, South...

Local startups to watch: Newby Chinese language app

When you think of learning Chinese, you probably don't envision your teacher as a Galwegian stilt-walking engineer. But Richard McCurry seems to enjoy overturning people's...

Million Euro pay-off for PiP iT: A Galway-based company’s plan to change society

A Galway businessman has gotten the green light on a million euro in funding for an idea that will pay off for his investors...

Medtech firm tops list of 1,280 funding candidates with device to manage irregular heatbeat

AuriGen Medical was the top ranked applicant out of 1,280 candidates for the EU's Horizon 2020 SME funding and has secured €2.5 million to...

Small & Medium Enterprises in Galway: What’s good, what’s bad and…what’s next?

It has so often been said that small businesses are the backbone of any economy and, for an economy as diverse as Ireland’s, this...

Galway construction company Glenman faces High Court action over alleged debt

The Galway based Glenman corporation could face a High Court case over an alleged debt of more than €160,000 to a subcontractor in Dublin,...
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Coronavirus: 1 additional death and 40 new Covid-19 cases in Republic

One more person has died in the Republic of Ireland after being diagnosed with Covid-19, the Department of Health has confirmed this evening. Forty new...

Plans submitted for a new gym on the Headford Road

Plans have been submitted to the city council to open a new gym on the Headford Road. Metas Grandis Ltd is seeking planning permission to...

Expressions of Interest sought for Salthill Tourist Office site

Galway City Council is seeking Expressions of Interest for the site of the former Tourist Information Office in Salthill to provide new economic, tourism,...

The Druid returns to live theatre with DruidGregory

Galway's world famed Druid Theatre are returning to live performance with a rural tour of Galway centred of the works of Lady Gregory in...
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