IRELAND > Pluralsight announced plans to open a new EMEA headquarters in Dublin in 2018 creating 150 jobs and investing €40 million ($47.7 million) over the next three years

pluralsight logo The enterprise technology learning company, Pluralsight, plans to invest more than €40 million ($47.7 million) over the next three years and open a new EMEA headquarters in Dublin which will house the company’s strategic business operations for the region. This office will also support its’ customer base in Ireland and through Europe, Middle East and Africa. Pluralsight also plans to More …

IRELAND > US based Equifax creates 150 new jobs in Dublin, Ireland

equifax logo A global information solutions company, Equifax Inc., has announced the creation of 150 new jobs in Dublin over the next 12 months hiring mostly software engineers, business analysts, and other IT specialists. The company is headquartered in Atlanta, GA, US.  The new hiring will bring the workforce in Ireland to more than 350. Considered as Atlanta’s leading FinTech firms, Equifax More …

IRELAND > New York based Fragomen opened its new office in Dublin City Center, Ireland

Fragomen logo Fragomen, an immigration service company, has opened its new office in Dublin’s city center, Ireland to service its multinational clients. Employing over 3,400 staffs in more than 40 offices worldwide providing services in over 170 countries, Fragomen is a truly global immigration company that supports strategic planning, quality management, compliance, government relations, reporting, case management and processing. The new office More …

IRELAND > Bausch & Lomb invests additional € 85 (US$ 100) million on its Waterford plant adding 125 new jobs

Bausch and lomb Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, parent company of Bausch & Lomb, has invested € 85 million to add the total investment to more than € 200 million in Waterford plant. The company says the additional investment will help to meet the consumer demands and will be utilized to build a new building on 17 acres site beside the current base. The additional More …

IRELAND > US based Boston Scientific Invests US$ 21.5 M on R&D Lab in Galway

boston_scientific US based medical technology company Boston Scientific is to invest €17m (US$ 21.5 m) launching a new Galway-based R&D facility focused on endoscopy research. Boston Scientific Boston has been operating its European Innovation Centre in Galway for more than 20 years producing more than 3 million devices pear year with more than 3000 employees. According to SiliconRepublic,  “the RoadRunner endoscopy design facility More …

IRELAND > Tech Mahindra to open Centre of Excellence(CoE) in Dublin creating 150 Jobs

Tech_Mahindra_New_Logo.svg India based IT company Tech Mahindra, to open a Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Dublin, Ireland and create 150 jobs over next 3 years period. The facility is expected to be operational in first quarter of 2017. The Dublin based new facility will be able to focus on new and emerging technologies such as Robotics and Automation, Digital Services, Business Analytics and Cloud More …

IRELAND > Fyffes to be acquired by Sumitomo Corporation for $798Mn

Fyffes_SVG_logo.svg Japan based Sumitomo Corporation is slated to acquire Ireland based Fyffes for €751Mn ($798Mn). Sumitomo offered €2.23 ($2.38) a share for Fyffes business. Fyffes annually distributes about 46 million cases of bananas in Europe. It also has hands in pineapples, melons and mushrooms business. Sumitomo was advised by JPMorgan Chase & Co. for the deal and Lazard and Davy Corporate Finance More …