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IT COMPANY CREATE 20 NEW JOBS IN DUBLIN HEADQUARTERS

Australian headquartered consumer network One Big Switch is to set up its European headquarters in Harcourt St in Dublin 2, which will create 20 roles by 2016.

The company will create roles in IT, media and campaign management, customer service, PR and administration. 

http://www.businessandleadership.com/business/item/45108-australian-company-one-big/

 

 

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DATAPAC WILL CREATE 15 JOBS

ICT firm Datapac said it will create 15 jobs after it was awarded a Government contract worth €11 million.

The two-year contract will lead to the creation of 10 jobs this year, with another five to follow over the following two years as Datapac adds to its sales, marketing and logistics roles.

Datapac, which offers technology solutions and services to businesses, said the contract to supply ICT consumables had the option of a one-year extension. The company said it would allow it to make further investments and grow its business. The contract was awarded through Office of Government Procurement, which is responsible for the public sector’s procurement arrangements for common goods and services.

http://www.irishtimes.com/business/sectors/technology/datapac-to-add-15-jobs-as-it-scoops-11m-state-contract-1.1723852

 

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250 NEW JOBS IN GALWAY CUSTOMER SERVICE

Galway received a 250-jobs bonanza today with the news that ZeniMax, the company behind fantasy game The Elder Scrolls, is to establish a major customer service centre in the city.

The company is to hire 70 French speakers, 30 German speakers, as well as 150 English speakers to support players of its popular online game.

ZeniMax created 180 jobs in Galway in 2011.

http://www.siliconrepublic.com/careers/item/36173-job-anc-14/

 

 

 

 

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INDIAN FIRMS WARM UP TO IRELAND, COULD CREATE 1000 MORE JOBS

Several Indian firms spreading their wings in Ireland are likely to generate around 1,000 more jobs in the next three years.

 
Several Indian firms spreading their wings in Ireland are likely to generate around 1,000 more jobs in the next three years.
 
A senior official with an Irish investment and development agency, IDA Ireland, told FC that several Indian firms are betting big on Ireland.
 
According to Barry Heavey, EVP — head of life sciences, told FC, “India’s share at present is still small. We are looking towards more investments from Indian firms, be it manufacturing, IT or pharma. So far the jobs generated by the Indian firms are around 2,500 to 3,000 and we are expecting an addition of 1,000 jobs by them over the next three years.”
 
 
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NEW JOBS FOR DUBLIN AND MAYO BY VODAFONE

Telecoms company Vodafone has said it is to expand its business in Ireland, with the creation of more than 100 jobs. 

The new roles will be in a range of positions including: Technology, Customer service, HR, Finance, Sales and Marketing.

57 of the new positions will be permanent, with a further 51 contract roles (1 Year duration with potential for extension), while five are graduate opportunities.

http://www.rte.ie/news/business/2014/0328/605066-vodafone-jobs/

 

 

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350 NEW JOBS IN IRELAND WITH CAFFE NERO

UK specialist coffee retailer CAFFE NERO is planning to invest €20 million in Ireland over the next five years to open 40 stores and create up to 350 new jobs.

 
The company is scouting locations in suburban Dublin and Mr Ford said it would, over time, consider opening in airports and other main transport hubs, and at partnering with certain retailers. It also plans to open cafes outside the capital.

Caffe Nero’s first Irish outlet opened on Merrion Row in Dublin on March 13th. A second will open this summer, also in Dublin.

http://www.irishtimes.com/business/sectors/retail-and-services/caffe-nero-to-spend-20m-opening-40-irish-outlets-1.1740859

 

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GOOD4U CREATES 25 JOBS IN SLIGO

Irish healthfood company Good4U has secured a €1m investment which will allow it to open a new research and development (R&D) and production headquarters (HQ) and create 25 new jobs in Sligo over the next two years.

 
The new HQ is in Finisklin Industrial Estate in Sligo and will be in addition to its manufacturing facility in Cookstown, Co Tyrone, which employs 18 people. Twelve of the jobs in Sligo have already been filled and the rest should be filled within the next year or so.
 
 
 
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WHISKEY MUSEUM CREATE 25 JOBS IN DUBLIN

Dublin is set to get another tourist attraction with the opening of an Irish Whiskey Museum by local tours operator Extreme Event Ireland Ltd at a cost of €1.9 million.

The museum is slated to open in August and create 25 jobs. It will tell the story of Irish whiskey and showcase the country’s growing list of brands, including Jameson, Bushmills and Tullamore Dew.

The museum will be located at 119 Grafton Street and 37 College Green opposite the front gates of Trinity College. This is one of the busiest thoroughfares in the city, attracting a high footfall of tourists.

http://www.irishtimes.com/business/sectors/agribusiness-and-food/whiskey-museum-to-open-in-dublin-1.1735502

 

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60 NEW JOBS IN SANTRY

A second Jump Zone premises is opening in Dublin, this time in Santry, involving an investment of over €1.3m and creating over 60 jobs.

The trampoline business set up by Daniel Begley and Paul Quinn created over 40 jobs in October 2012 when they invested over €750,000 in their first 20,000 sq ft facility in Sandyford. 

Spread over 35,000sq ft, the indoor trampoline park in Santry will become Jump Zone’s flagship premises and the largest of its kind in Europe with two Dodgeball courts, a main trampoline court and Europe’s first foam pit. 

http://www.businessandleadership.com/small-business/item/45229-new-flagship-jump-zone/

 

 

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MAYO FIRM TO CREATE 19 JOBS

Mayo-based cloud services firm CloudStrong is to add 19 jobs, tripling its workforce as it looks to build its business in the UK.

The company, which is one of Enterprise Ireland’s high potential start-ups, will create roles in sales and marketing, along with some technical positions.

http://www.irishtimes.com/business/sectors/technology/mayo-firm-cloudstrong-to-create-19-jobs-as-it-eyes-uk-market-1.1741594

 

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