Industry News

2nd January 2019

Belfast bar set to extend with a rooftop terrace and 10 new jobs

Muriel’s Cafe Bar was once known as Belfast’s smallest bar is set to see an investment of £350,000. Owner Janine Kane who also owns Pablos, the adjacent restaurant has applied to take over an near by two story building. The expansion will add a second story to Muriel’s and extend the first floor of the...

28th December 2018

Medical devices firm reveals new trade deals and 7 new jobs

A Belfast company which makes medical devices has secured four orders for its new non-contact thermometers. TriMedika successfully secured these deals at the international trade show Medica in Dusseldorf to sell its high-tech TriTemp devices into German, Swiss and Austrian markets. The company was founded Julie Brien and Dr Roisin Molloy and saw a £90,000 investment from Invest NI...

14th November 2018

Local Employers Encouraged to Enter Awards to Recognise and Celebrate Workplace Diversity – Deadline 6 December 2018

Employers across Northern Ireland are being encouraged to enter the Northern Ireland Equality and Diversity Awards 2019 to showcase their commitment to advocating diversity in their organisations. The awards, now in their third year, are organised by Legal-Island, an award-winning Antrim-based workplace compliance company which helps HR professionals understand employment law and how it applies...

9th November 2018

Randox Creates 25 New Positions in Specialist IT Roles in Antrim

Healthcare diagnostics company Randox has today announced 25 new jobs in specialist IT roles ranging from Software Development and Information Security to Web Design and IT Support. The roles, which will span a variety of career pathways, including placements, graduates, apprenticeships and permanent positions, will be based at the firm’s new headquarters, the Randox Science...

6th November 2018

Encouraging a Skilled Future for Northern Ireland

NORTHERN Ireland’s changing employment landscape and the implications of Brexit could result in a skills shortage in key sectors such as engineering and IT. And a robust economy here will depend upon enough well-qualified young people with the right skills mix to fill vacancies to avoid a projected shortfall to industry, according to a government-backed...

11th October 2018

Grant Thornton expands staff

Grant Thornton, the business advisory firm, has announced it is expanding its staff in a £4m investment. The firm will be recruiting 48 members of staff to add to its existing workforce of 100 in Northern Ireland. The roles include change management experts, IT consultants, economic advisers and cyber-specialists. Economic development agency Invest NI has...

24th September 2018

STATSports announces 237 new jobs as part of major expansion

  STATSport based in Newry has announced the creation of 237 new jobs during its latest expansion. The firm specialises in wearable technology and provides analysis software to professional athletes. With over a decade of experience, STATSport has offices in Ireland, London and the USA. The major recruitment drive is due to an investment of...

21st September 2018

The DMS Ireland Graduation Ball 2018

The DMS Ireland Graduation Ball took place last Friday evening at which over Forty Human Resource and Learning & Development Professionals were recognised for their successful completion of Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development (CIPD) Professional Qualifications with Northern Ireland centre, DMS Ireland. Candidates travelled from all over the UK and Ireland to be presented...

17th September 2018

Microsoft Ireland to create 200 new jobs

Microsoft Ireland has announced the creation of 200 new jobs within its Dublin site. The newly created positions will work in areas such as artificial intelligence and various other digital technologies. The acquisition of new staff will increase the workforce to 2,200 staff. 200 highly skilled digital roles at Microsoft Currently, Microsoft’s engineering teams are...

3rd September 2018

Sir Stelios helps Omagh entrepreneur bring his innovative idea to life

Do you know a great business idea when you see it? Or do you ever think ‘why has no one ever thought of this before?’ A country Tyrone businessman launched his innovative new firm with help from the Go For It programme through Fermanagh & Omagh District Council. Not only that but he also received...

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