DUBLIN, 8th November 2023 – IDA Ireland today unveiled a new corporate identity that reflects the organisation’s steadfast commitment to its partnerships with multinational clients and national stakeholders. The new brand also represents Ireland’s transformation to a proven location enabling high value manufacturing, research, innovation and global business services. This is the first rebrand undertaken by IDA Ireland in over 40 years. Since the last rebrand in 1980, there have been dramatic shifts in
From electric mopeds to VR headsets and 3D printers, SETU Arena was the ultimate playground for engineers and tech lovers during the Toys4Engineers Expo recently. Over 90 companies from across Ireland showcased their technologies and innovations at the event which was organised by Waterford Chamber, in partnership with Engineering the South East and sponsored by Energia. Speaking after the event, Gerald Hurley, CEO Waterford Chamber said: “Early feedback suggests this was the best Toys4Engineers Expo
Toys4Engineers live expo and conference will return to SETU Arena on Thursday, October 5th, bringing together companies from all over Ireland to showcase their latest innovations and technology. After an absence of two years, last year’s expo proved to be the most successful yet for companies with an increase in footfall and a number of contracts being secured during and after the event. Organised by Waterford Chamber, in partnership with Engineering the South East, and sponsored by Energia,
‘Think Waterford First’ was the message delivered loud and clear at Waterford Chamber’s Dublin Diaspora Dinner, sponsored by EY and Waterford Chamber Skillnet, at Lansdowne Football Club, with over 70 business influencers with connections to Waterford in attendance. Opening proceedings, Paul Nolan, Waterford Chamber President spoke of the Chamber’s belief in Waterford being the driver of the South East region, which he insists can become the strongest region in the country in the coming
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Pictured on a visit to Sanofi Waterford on Friday, July 14 is the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Simon Coveney meeting Sanofi Waterford Site Head Amy Brennan, along with staff from the Minister’s department, representatives from IDA Ireland, Brian McGee and Denis Curran, along with team members from Sanofi. The Minister had a tour of Sanofi’s cutting edge MSAT laboratory and learned of the many innovations taking place at the site to drive growth and sustain employment. The visit included a
IDA Ireland, the inward investment agency of the Irish Government, today reported steady investment growth in the first half of 2023. Investments won over the first half of 2023 are tracking in line with our expectations of a positive pipeline. The outlook for investments over the second half of the year remains strong. IDA Ireland continues to engage with clients across all sectors, who collectively play a crucial role in supporting Irish economic growth. In the first half of 2023, 139 investments were
Chamber President Paul Nolan flew the flag for Waterford in Washington as he joined a delegation led by HE Ambassador Claire Cronin, US Ambassador to Ireland. Chamber representatives from Cork, Galway, Kildare and Dublin Chambers were also among the group who attended the Select USA gathering. As well as seminars, talks, lectures and speed networking, the delegation were invited to social evening events at a downtown legal firm and the Irish Ambassador’s residence. According to Mr Nolan, “It was a great
With over 50 companies recruiting, the South East Regional Jobs & Skill Fair, organised by Waterford Chamber, was a phenomenal success, with unprecedented numbers coming to City Hall on Saturday last in search of employment. The event, which was sponsored by Enterprise Ireland, saw a steady flow of candidates from when the doors opened at 9am, right throughout the day. According to Gerald Hurley, CEO Waterford Chamber, “What a day we had. It was thrilling and exhausting all in one. We saw in the region of
Waterford Chamber, in partnership with Waterford City and County Council, are hosting the South East Jobs and Skills Fair on Saturday, March 4th in City Hall Waterford from 9am to 4pm. The event is free to attend and will feature pop-up stands with employers from across the region who currently have live roles and are actively recruiting. According to Gerald Hurley, CEO Waterford Chamber, “The idea for this is based on direct feedback from our members who wanted to see such an event happening.
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