Bank of America swaps London for Dublin as the Brexit fallout continues
Bank of America has confirmed Dublin as their preferred location for its principal EU legal entities following the UK’s departure from the EU.
Ireland rises to 6th place in the IMD Global Competitiveness Yearbook
IDA Ireland today welcomed the news that Ireland ranks 6th out of the 63 countries benchmarked in the 2017 IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook
Institute of Technology Blanchardstown win Bronze Award for Bloom 2017
The Institute of Technology Blanchardstown (ITB) along with Fingal County Council were proudly awarded bronze in the 2017 Bloom Festival.
Dublin Airport announce new routes to the US and Europe with more than 1.3 million extra seats
New routes launching this summer at Dublin Airport
Mallinckrodt to create 45 new jobs in the Dublin Enterprise Zone
Leading US Pharma company Mallinckrodt to create 45 high-skilled jobs in the Dublin Enterprise Zone.
Dublin ranked third in the world for Foreign Direct Investment.
Dublin has been ranked in third place in a list of the top cities in the world for attracting foreign direct investment (FDI).
High Tech jobs announced for Dublin 15
Esri announces expansion and 35 new positions.
100 jobs announced in the DEZ
Designer Group announces 100 new positions
Green Awards 2017 winner
WEST Pharmaceutical Services win 2017 Green Pharmaceutical Award
IBM & DCU Water Institute announcement
IBM & Dublin City University Water Institute announce new Internet of Things collaboration
Dublin Airport Tops Major Airport Growth In 2016
Dublin Airport was the fastest growing major airport in Europe last year, according to new figures released in February 2017 by ACI Europe, which is the trade association for European airports.
Fingal County Council wins Council of The Year 2017
The Mayor of Fingal, Cllr Darragh Butler, receives the Council of the Year Award from Cllr Mags Murray, Chairperson of LAMA.
Launch of the Dublin Enterprise Zone
Attended by Ms Louise Phelan of PayPal, An Tánaiste, Joan Burton TD, Deputy Mayor of Fingal, Cllr. Jack Chambers and Chief Executive of Fingal County Council, Mr. Paul Reid.
Background to the Dublin Enterprise Zone
Why choose the Dublin Enterprise Zone?