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AGILE NETWORKS DOUBLING WORKFORCE TO 32

Irish-owned Agile Networks said today that it plans to double its workforce over the next 18 months, creating 16 new full-time jobs.

The company was set up with six employees in 2011 after a management buy-out. The company’s turnover in its first year was €2.3m and is expected to be €7m in 2014.

http://www.businessandleadership.com/small-business/item/45504-agile-networks-doubling/

 


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SURVEYMONKEY POISED TO OPEN DUBLIN OFFICE

SurveyMonkey, the online survey company which was valued in a fundraising last year at $1.35 billion (€974 million), is poised to open an office in Dublin.

The business, which is led byDavid Goldberg, husband of Facebook’s chief operating officerSheryl Sandberg, is expected to create 50 new positions initially.

Ms Sandberg was instrumental inFacebooksetting up its European headquarters in Dublin. The operation is now one of the country’s largest technology employers with more than 500 staff.

http://www.irishtimes.com/business/sectors/technology/surveymonkey-poised-to-open-dublin-office-1.1756493

 

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ELI LILLY SEEKS TO FILL 100 IRISH JOBS

Pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly has kicked off a recruitment campaign to fill 100 jobs in Ireland, investment promotion agency IDA Ireland has revealed.

Eli Lilly has four Irish operations, in Dublin, Cork, Sligo and Kinsale, Co Cork. Vacancies in Kinsale include scientific, engineering, and operations roles.

http://www.siliconrepublic.com/careers/item/36435-pharmaceutical-firm-eli/

 

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CONCENTRIX TO CREATE AROUND 1000 NEW JOBS IN BELFAST

US company Concentrix is to create around 1,000 new jobs in Belfast.

The company, which currently employs 800 people at three Belfast locations, is investing £36m.

The firm set up in Northern Ireland in 2011 after buying the locally-owned call centre Gem. The bulk of the firm's work is call centre operations.

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-26967071

 

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NORTHERN IRELAND'S RECORD JOBS GROWTH OUTSTRIPS UK

Employment at firms in Northern Ireland grew at the fastest rate in over a decade during March, a Bellwether business survey said today.

The Ulster Bank purchasing managers' index (PMI) said firms in Northern Ireland were now in their third quarter in a row of strong growth.

And hiring bore the strongest evidence of the robustness of the recovery – a finding reinforced in last week's announcement of 1,000 new jobs at call centre firm, Concentrix, in Belfast.

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/business/news/northern-irelands-record-jobs-growth-outstrips-uk-30181755.html

 

 

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PHONEWATCH ANNOUNCES 230 NEW JOBS IN IRELAND

A home security company is creating 230 jobs by expanding its operations in the Republic of Ireland.

PhoneWatch currently employs 150 people in Ireland and is opening up officers in 12 regional centres, including Dublin and Cork.

The company offers 24-hour security monitoring to homes and businesses.

The new roles are in engineering, sales and in the operational areas of the business.

Recruitment for the new positions will begin immediately.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-27133752

 

 

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50 NEW JOBS IN MITCHELSTOWN

Publishing a review of 2013 performance today, the Irish Dairy Board (IDB) revealed further details of its investment in a new butter production and packaging facility as announced last week.

The company said the new €30m investment will create 50 new jobs in Mitchelstown, Co. Cork.  The 50,000 tonne capacity, fully integrated butter production and packing facility will also serve as an innovation centre for Kerrygold which it said it has ambitious expansion plans for after the abolition of milk quotas next year.

http://www.businessandleadership.com/business/item/45569-idbs-new-30m-butter/

 

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27 NEW RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT JOBS IN CIT's NIMBUS CENTRE

The Nimbus Centre for Embedded Systems Research at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) has announced the creation of 27 new positions this year, with hiring already underway for some roles.

The Nimbus Centre is Ireland’s only dedicated research centre for networked embedded systems – the hidden computers found running mobile phones, machines in factories, domestic appliances and much more.

The 27 high-tech R&D jobs announced today build on 22 roles created last year and will support the expansion of the centre’s activities in the internet of things, and energy and water management technologies.

http://www.siliconrepublic.com/careers/item/36554-job-anc-14/

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CAN BARGAIN-HUNTING US SHOPPERS BE CONVINCED TO SPEND IN PENNEYS?

Filene’s Basement was a pioneering retail institution inBoston. Located in the famous, now closed Filene’s store at Downtown Crossing in the centre of the city, customers went on a shopping treasure hunt seeking out elegant items of clothing made abroad at a discount in piles of bargains.

Upstairs, Filene’s department store dated back to 1881 but it revolutionised shopping from 1908 when the retailer opened Filene’s Basement as a means to shift surplus merchandise from the store above.

It is fitting thatPrimark, the most successful retailing export to emerge fromIreland(where it is better known as Penneys), should choose to open the company’s first US store in the Burnham Building in Boston where the celebratedFilenefamily made such a mark on American clothes retailing.

Primark has been the star inAssociated British Foods, the food and retail conglomerate that owns the high-street retailer, due in large part to Dublin retailerArthur Ryanwho founded the shop on Mary Street in Dublin in 1969 and inspired the expansion of the low-price clothing chain into the UK and western Europe.

http://www.irishtimes.com/business/sectors/retail-and-services/can-bargain-hunting-us-shoppers-be-convinced-to-spend-in-penneys-1.1772538

 

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LINKEDIN TO ADD 100 NEW STAFF AT IRISH OPERATIONS

Online social networking firm LinkedIn plans to significantly increase its Irish workforce to target additional markets inEurope.

The Irish Independent understands that the firm, which employs over 400 people at its Dublin 2 office near Baggot Street, is considering an additional 100 new jobs in the next year.

 By: The Irish Independent

http://www.independent.ie/business/technology/linkedin-to-add-100-new-staff-at-irish-operations-30225867.html

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