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Business News from North Cork, South Tipperary, East Limerick and West Waterford.

More than 220,000 .ie domains now registered in Ireland

2,837 .ie domains were registered in Cork in 2016, according to the latest dot ie Domain Profile Report, published by the IE Domain Registry...

6% increase on new company start-ups per month

Almost 1,900 new company start-ups (1,878) were formed, on average, each month in the first half of 2017, an increase of 6% compared to...

Black Friday Discounts a challenge for small Irish businesses

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are fast approaching and there is a sense that there is increasing pressure for retailers to give discounts at...

SMILE launch free support for businesses

October marks National Reuse Month, a waste prevention initiative to raise awareness about the economic and environmental benefits of reusing everyday items and materials...

Know an internet hero? Entry open for Junior Spider Awards 2017

Do you know an internet whizz kid? Have a computer coding genius on your hands? The 2017 eir Junior Spider Awards is searching for the...

Positive trends continue in professional jobs market

The number of professional job vacancies available in June 2018 increased by 3.11% nationally since May and overall, the availability of professional jobs increased...

Saturday, 5th December is Small Business Saturday – support local!

A campaign which profiles small business and encourages consumers to shop locally and support jobs and enterprises in their respective communities, known as Small...

The future of technology for inaugural cloud conference

IT professionals, CIO’s and data protection specialists from around the world will unite to take stock of the latest developments in the world of...

Say goodbye to cyber stresses in the workplace

Are you worried about cybercrime? Does the idea of a data breach keep you up at night? Do you suffer from disquiet at the...

Restaurant sector calls for a National Skills Shortage Summit

The Restaurants Association of Ireland have called the increase processing times for work permit applications a shambles. Since mid-June 2019, the processing times for work permit applications has increased by two...

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