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Genesys employees raise thousands for local charity

Employees at Genesys have raised €8,489 for local charity, COPE Galway. The money was raised by employees and...

Boston Scientific sees profits jump by almost a third

Profits before tax at Boston Scientific surged by almost a third to €737 million last year according to the latest accounts from the medical...

Free event to help businesses get Brexit ready

The British Irish Chamber of Commerce and Ulster Bank are holding a free event in Galway for businesses looking beyond the Brexit at the...

GMIT women’s entrepreneurship programme coming to three new counties

After three years of incredible success helping women set up their own businesses the EMPOWER female entrepreneurship programme from GMIT is expanding to three...

Medtech company creating 30 jobs in Galway

Medtech consultancy firm Med-Di-Dia is going to be creating 30 jobs in Galway with the opening of its new offices in the city this...

Mothercare Ireland opening 6,000sq ft flagship Galway store

Mothercare Ireland is doubling down on its operations in Galway with the opening of a new flagship store this week. The 6,000sq ft Mothercare World...

Galway company embracing four day work week

Looking for better ways to motivate, encourage and retain staff one Galway business is taking the step of introducing a four day work week. The...

Women’s fashion store plans closure in corporate shakeup

Top Shop owner Phillip Green is planning to close eight stores around Ireland including women's fashion retail outlet Miss Selfridge in Galway. The closures are...

Boots opening new flagship store at Knocknacarra retail park

Boots is opening a new store at the Gateway Retail Park in Knocknacarra as the latest company to join Galway's biggest retail project in...

Galway tech company sold for more than €10 million

Galway based tech company NetFort has been sold to the US data analytics company Rapid7 While details of the deal have not been published, the Irish...

Profits double at Loughrea pharma company

The Loughrea based pharma company Chanelle Pharmaceuticals Manufacturing saw its pretax profits more than double to €2.72 million last year. The Irish Times reports that newly filed...

Galway startup battling it out to be named the best in Ireland

Galway based startup CitySwifter is one of five young companies around Ireland that are competing to find the business with the greatest potential in...

Loughrea Bank of Ireland branch on sale for €2 million

The premises for the Loughrea branch of Bank of Ireland is on the market for nearly €2 million. The sale is part of a portfolio...

Galway company rebounds from €8 million loss to €2 million profit

The Galway based medtech company Bio-Medical Research Group has rebounded from a loss of €8.4 million in 2016 to posting €2.3 million profit from...

City hostel sold for more than €4 million

Barnacles hostel in Galway city has changed hands for more than €4 million in a double sale with another hostel in Dublin. Property developer John...

Galway start up wins €3 million contract for high end holiday cabins

A Galway based start up has won a €3 million euro contract to provide high end prefab homes for eco-friendly tourism in Canada. Zoobox is...

Galway based Smyths Toys passes half a billion in UK sales

The Galway based Smyths Toys has broken a massive sales record, with sales in the UK passing half a billion euro for the first...

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...
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Irish Traveller elected to NUI Galway governing body for first time

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