University College Dublin (UCD) has honoured the co-founders of Logentries by presenting them with the NovaUCD 2013 Innovation Award. The Award was presented to Dr Viliam Holub and Dr Trevor Parsons by UCD President, Dr Hugh Brady, at an event … Continue reading
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny T.D. this week launched UPC’s new 500 Mbps superfast broadband service which will be offered to businesses across the country, more than doubling currently available speed offerings, making a significant contribution to regional economic development and powering the digital economy. First made available in Dublin UPC’s unprecedented new 500 Mbps service [...]
Two thirds (65%) of Irish people don’t take all of their annual leave each year according to a new survey by Hotels.com. The research into how many holidays we take each year reveals that we appear to be a hard working nation; with just over 1 in 5 (22%) saying they are too busy at work to take all their allotted annual leave. One fifth (20%) admit that they just don’t get round to taking them and 15% make the effort to save up their days but don’t find the time to take them before the festive season. [Read more...]
Mondial Assistance Ireland has today announced the appointment of Roland Hesse to the top position of Country Manager. Mondial Assistance Ireland, a member of Allianz Global Assistance, is one of the country’s largest assistance companies for the automotive, insurance and … Continue reading
Celebrating Morgan McKinley’s 25th anniversary today, CEO and founder, Pat Fitzgerald, said that Ireland’s leading recruitment consultancy will increase its efforts and investment of resources to further support the IDA’s efforts to bring even more jobs to Ireland. Currently, Morgan … Continue reading
A group of ten trainee pilots from Air Libya graduated from their flight simulation training in Dublin.
Simtech Aviation, which runs the Aviation Centre of Excellence near Dublin Airport, won the contract with the Middle Eastern airline to deliver Jet Orientation Course (JOC) training to the group of aspiring pilots. [Read more...]
Around 3,400 people, aged between 50 and 64, started their own business in Ireland last year* but that figure could dramatically increase in 2012 if more people in that age group were encouraged to seek assistance for their business ideas. [Read more...]
The International Transport Workers Federation co-ordinator for Ireland and Britain, Ken Fleming, has welcomed the decision of that body to publish a Guide to the International Labour Organisation’s Fishing Convention and its call on governments to ratify it. [Read more...]
Aspiring pilots to attend exhibition six decades after first commercial jet flight.
Sixty years after the first jet airliner carried fare paying passengers, The Professional Flight Training Exhibition, taking place in Dublin in early March, expects to welcome many young hopefuls looking to pursue a career as a professional pilot. This exciting one day career exhibition on how to become an airline pilot will take place on Saturday March 3rd at the Convention Centre Dublin. [Read more...]