EMIT, a leading Irish IT business productivity and technology firm, today announced it has won the 2016 Microsoft Global Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions Partner of the Year Award. The company was honoured among a global field
CÚRAM, the Science Foundation Ireland Centre for Research in Medical Devices, based at NUI Galway, has been ranked first in Europe and awarded €2.1 million for its application to develop a new industry-academia fellowship programme called ‘MedTrain’ over the next four and a half years.
NewsWhip, the Irish tech start-up company launched in 2012, today announces a move to new Dublin headquarters and
NUI Galway is delighted to announce the appointment of Aengus Parsons as Director of Research. The newly established post underpins NUI Galway’s commitment to further strengthening its position as a research-led university with global reach.
Irish tech start-up, JamJou have rolled out their innovative game-based training software to 36 Jurys Inn hotels across Ireland and the UK.
JamJou have developed exciting game-based training software that uses the hottest new technology with ‘gamification’ mechanisms to train and engage staff through their smartphones to increase sales productivity, improve customer service & reduce staff turnover.
Over 130 Chambers of Commerce member companies from Clare and Limerick gathered in the Oakwood Arms Hotel in Shannon last week to seek out new business opportunities from within the Chamber network.
This annual networking event,
Supporting the Public Interest in the Arts
The Awards showcase the best examples of commercial and artistic collaboration, which stimulate communities culturally, economically and socially, recent research by Business to Arts highlighted:
What is being billed as Ireland’s biggest digital conference for SMEs is set to take place at Cork’s City Hall on April 7th 2016.