Taoiseach launched Erris Enterprise Week
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20.10.2014 Donegal-based medical diagnostics company Randox Teoranta has announced a planned €25m investment over the next five to six years that it said has the potential to increase its...
Taoiseach launched Erris Enterprise Week
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It promises to cut waste collection charges by up to 20pc
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The Westbury Hotel is celebrating 30 years this month.
Donegal-based medical diagnostics company Randox Teoranta has announced a planned €25m investment over the next five to six years that it said has the potential to increase its employment numbers from 66 at the moment to 540 by 2020.
The Avalon Group has released three new spirits at the 30th annual Duty Free & Travel Retail Global Summit in Cannes, France.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny was in Belmullet, Co Mayo today to launch Shell’s 2014 Erris Enterprise Week, which provides support and advice to local enterprises and new start-up businesses in Erris and the wider Mayo business community through a series of daily seminars and workshops.
Dublin Airport will have 950,000 extra seats available across its route network this winter, a 10pc increase in capacity over last year.
The National Housing Construction Index compiled and issued by Link2Plans has shown that growth in the residential sector remains strong, with increases in both the number of new planning applications and project commencements continuing the upward trend for the first eight months of 2014.
The volume of shares traded on the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) stood at a record high at the end of the third quarter of 2014, according to new statistics published by the ISE.
Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, has announced it has added extra capacity on its Dublin to Glasgow route to cater for Irish supporters travelling to Scotland for the European Championship qualifier game on 14 November.
Newry-based software provider First Derivatives has acquired a further 46.47pc stake in Californian big data vendor Kx Systems for £36m, increasing its holding to 65.2pc.
Terminalfour has announced the completion of a €1.4m investment in its higher education digital engagement platform.
Up to 4,000 candidates are expected at Jobjunction, a new jobs fair hosted by Irish recruitment website Jobs.ie.
DublinTown, the collective of 2,500 businesses in Dublin city centre, has launched a new Group Waste Scheme for city centre businesses, promising to cut waste collection charges by up to 20pc, while offering businesses greater control over their waste management service.
Aldi has opened a new store in Glanmire, Co Cork, bringing the total number of Aldi stores in Ireland to 112 and creating 20 new jobs.
US-based medical technology giant BD has acquired Limerick biotech company GenCell Biosystems for an undisclosed amount, although reports have estimated it could be in the region of US$150m.
McDonald’s Restaurants of Ireland has officially opened a new drive-thru restaurant in Dublin Airport involving a €2m investment and the creation of 60 new jobs.
The value of hotel sales in Ireland could be close to €1bn by the end of the year, according to property consultants, Savills Ireland.
British Airways will start flying into the heart of London’s financial district later this month with the introduction of new direct flights from Dublin to London City Airport.
Managing director of Wexford-based business Chevron Training and Recruitment Karl Fitzpatrick will be part of the Chambers Ireland delegation that will travel to Brussels tomorrow, 16 October, to participate in the European Parliament of Enterprises (EPE).
Continuing on its roll of expansion, the Dalata Hotel Group has added the Tower Hotel Derry to its portfolio, re-branding it to Maldron Hotel Derry.
Supermarket chain Iceland has announced it is to open two stores in Munster, creating 44 new jobs.
Irish-owned investment group RHP Bidco has acquired Quinn Radiators from Aventas Manufacturing Group for an undisclosed amount.
Hilton Worldwide has announced the launch of Canopy by Hilton, a new hotel brand that redefines the lifestyle category around the mindset of today’s leisure and business travellers.
SuperValu has announced that it expects to sell 115,000 pumpkins this Halloween, which will be used for carving and cooking.
Four prominent Dublin city centre pubs - Café en Seine, Howl at the Moon, The George and The Dragon - have been sold to a consortium for €15m, which was €3m above the guide price.
Dalata Hotel Group plc is buying The Clayton Hotel, Galway and Whites Hotel, Wexford for a total of €31.7m in cash.
The 9pc tourism VAT rate has been retained as part of Budget 2015, which was announced today.
As part of Budget 2015 Finance Minster Michael Noonan is publishing a road map to secure Ireland's place as the destination for the best and most successful companies in the world.
The number of professional job vacancies in Ireland was 29pc higher in September 2014 at 10,572 compared to the same month last year, according to the latest Morgan McKinley Irish Employment Monitor.
One4all has announced the addition of HMV and Xtra-vision to its retail portfolio ahead of the busy Christmas sales period.
Manager of consumer debt in Ireland and the UK Cabot Financial has acquired a division of Dublin-based software services XRS as part of its expansion into the Irish credit union sector.
Dell has started a recruitment drive for at least 50 technical and engineering roles for a new commerce services research and development (R&D) centre it has decided to locate in Cherrywood in Dublin.
Aer Lingus Regional had its 15th consecutive month of growth in September, when it carried 118,601 passengers, up 12pc on the same month last year.
Tullow Oil plc has completed the sale of 53.1pc of its Schooner unit interest and 60pc of its Ketch asset in the UK southern North Sea to Faroe Petroleum (UK) Ltd.
The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has today completed an auction of €1,000 million of the benchmark 10-year Irish Government bond.
LinkedIn has today announced plans today to invest in its international headquarters in Dublin after buying a 17,507 sq m site at Wilton Place in Dublin 2.
Work has started today on the construction of the €40m Mercer Institute for Successful Ageing, located on the St James’s Hospital campus in Dublin.
Microsoft Ireland said today that it is looking to recruit 100 top graduates for a broad range of graduate and internship positions within its operations in Ireland.
Irish-owned insurance software provider Fineos has opened new global headquarters and R&D facilities at Eastpoint Business Park in Dublin where it is to create 50 new jobs.
Brightwater Recruitment is to create 50 new jobs across its offices in Dublin, Cork and Belfast, mostly for consultants with experience in sectors such as financial services and IT.
Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) has said it disappointed with the Commission for Aviation Regulation’s decision to reduce the airport’s charges for 2015-2019 by 19pc.
Hibernia Reit is hoping to raise around €300m though a firm placing and open offer.
The Central Bank of Ireland is proposing the introduction of a range of measures that would restrict the amount banks can lend to home buyers.
Mobile technology multinational Citrix is creating 50 new jobs in Dublin by the end of 2014, which will bring its total headcount in Ireland up to 265 people.
Irish Residential Properties REIT plc (I-Res) said today that it has completed its acquisition of the Orange portfolio, which includes 761 apartments in four developments in and around Dublin, for €211.3m.
The drinks services sector, which includes bars, restaurants and hotels, employs over 136,000 people across 13,560 enterprises, according to research released by the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland.
IT management software company SolarWinds has announced that it expects to create 100 new jobs over the next two years at its Cork office, which is its Europe, Middle East and African (EMEA) headquarters.
Spar is planning to open 50 new stores over the next two years with creation of 1,000 additional full and part time jobs.
EY Ireland said today that its revenues for the year ending 30 June 2014 were 17.3pc ahead of the previous year at €166m.
Aer Lingus Group said this morning that its total number of passengers carried during September, including Aer Lingus Regional, was 1.041 million, up 5.3pc compared to September 2013.
The board of Petroceltic confirmed this morning that it is in detailed discussions regarding a possible offer to be made by Dragon Oil plc.
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