Justin Molloy

Apple’s Athenry delays illustrate problems in the planning system

By Justin Molloy, CIF Regional Director The function of our planning system is to regulate our built environment in the interests of the common good and in line with our planning legislation. Using a hierarchy of...
John Power, Aerogen CEO and Founder

Company founded in Galway spreads wings to Germany

Galway-founded company Aerogen, the world leader in aerosol drug delivery continues to expand its international activities with the opening of its German Commercial Headquarters in Ratingen. Headed up by Alyas Mussa, Clinical Sales Manager Germany,...
Galway’s EssentialSkillz listed in 44th place at the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Awards. The Deloitte Fast 50 measures Ireland’s fastest growing indigenous companies in the tech sector. Pictured are Fintan Healey, COO at EssentialSkillz, Joan O’Connor, Partner at Deloitte, and Shane McAllister, Business Development Manager, EssentialSkillz

Galway firms soars into Fast 50 ranking

Galway firm EssentialSkillz has secured a slot in Ireland’s best known technology growth index, the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 ranking. The Parkmore-based company is a leading global supplier of online safety training and risk assessment...
Daniel Hardiman

Pension queries answered

Daniel Hardiman of Hardiman Life & Pensions specialises in pensions and retirement planning. Here he provides answers to the most common questions asked about pensions and tax relief schemes My accountant has advised me to...
Prof Graham Heaslip, Head of the GMIT School of Business, Aaron Burke, Vice President Students Union & Graduate of the School of Business, Olivia Walsh, 4th Year Business Student, Heli Harkonen, 2nd year Business Student, Helen McEntee, Junior Minister for European Affairs & Trade, Conor Hoary, 2nd year Business Student, Deirdre McHugh, lecturer, School of Business, Aurelia Tansey, 2nd year Business student, Cara Walding, 4th year Business student.

GMIT students learn about options

Business students in GMIT learned about a diverse range of jobs opportunities currently available in EU institutions at special talks delivered by the Minister for European Affairs Helen McEntee and Daragh Higgins of the...
ESB Executive Director Pat Naughton (second left) with (from left) Kealan Gallagher, Sligo; Conor O'Shea, Galway City; Henry Griffin, Galway City, and Daniel Ryan, Claregalway, at their induction in Croke Park.

Galway graduates commence prestigious ESB three-year development programme

Four Galway graduates have just commenced a prestigious three-year programme in ESB. Conor O'Shea, Henry Griffin and Christopher Laffey from Galway City, and Daniel Ryan, Claregalway form part of a cohort of 70 graduates from...


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