“Our family always wanted to move to the North West to enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle. Abbott provides a great opportunity to develop and build your career and it’s a really exciting time to be part of the organisation and my commute is now 15 minutes less each way.”
In order to boost career opportunities in the north-west, 12 companies are collaborating to make a “tech cluster”. Tech North West will bring tech companies, start-ups, innovators and educators together with a collective goal to stimulate the tech sector across Sligo, Leitrim and surrounding counties.
Sligo has been selected as this year’s Digital Town. Pioneered and led by IE Domain Registry, the Digital Town initiative seeks to highlight the economic, social and cultural benefits of the internet to towns across the country, and to ensure SMEs and local economies are realising the full potential of digital technology, particularly e-commerce.
The summer holidays are drawing to a close making this a perfect time to explore new career opportunities and job vacancies in the MedTech sector. Atlantic MedTech Cluster member companies have positions available in Sligo and elsewhere in Ireland. Find out more today.
Ward Automation has been nominated for another prestigious award. It has been shortlisted in the Innovative Robotics Solution category at the PPMA Group Industry Awards.
‘The range and scale of investment coming into Sligo is unprecedented’. That’s according to Ciarán Hayes, Chief Executive of Sligo County Council as he detailed the benefits to Sligo from a wide variety of job announcements and infrastructure, tourism and public realm projects, all set to advance with committed funding streams in 2019.
“My girlfriend and I are paying €750 a month for a three-bed duplex apartment just a 10-minute drive from Sligo town, while our friends are paying €1,200 a month for a small bungalow in Kilcock..
IDA Ireland, in partnership with IT Sligo and Sligo County Council, have officially opened a new fast landing property solution. The establishment of IDA Ireland’s first fast landing service at Embankment House, Sligo, to be known as The Landing Space, will provide an open plan, turnkey collaborative working environment for companies who wish to quickly and easily establish operations in the North West region.
Newly published research carried out by RedC Research, Ireland’s premier provider of research-based consultancy services in Ireland, has highlighted the critically important role the airport plays in delivering visitors to the counties who are now shareholders in the airport.
The Minister for Education and Skills Joe McHugh T.D. and the Minister of State for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O’Connor T.D. today announced a €13.7m capital allocation towards significant building upgrades in IT Sligo.