Business Irish

Thursday 24 August 2017

Over 130 new jobs for Dublin and Galway in IT, sciences and finance

Jobs minister Richard Bruton has announced that Tyco is returning to Cork
Jobs minister Richard Bruton has announced that Tyco is returning to Cork

JUST over 130 IDA-backed jobs are being created by a range of companies in Dublin and Galway by five firms.

New Relic, a US-based software analytic firm, is locating its EMEA headquarters in Dublin and creating 50 jobs as a result.

In Galway, SEKO MedTec, a Pennsylvania-based logistics firm, is creating another 30 jobs European centre.

Meanwhile, Atlanta-based NeoMed, is also opening an EMEA base in Dublin with the creation of 22 roles and energy consulting firm CapSpire will create 20 new jobs at a base here.

In addition, Paris headquartered internet domain name registry business Starting Dot, is creating 10 jobs here.

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