Clare students win Intel scholarships

Two Co Clare students, studying at the University of Limerick, have been awarded scholarships by technology giant Intel which has a facility in Shannon.

‘Frustratingly Slow’ roll out of broadband in Clare

Clare T.D. Michael McNamara has expressed his disappointment at the “frustratingly slow” roll out of a high speed and future proofed broadband network across County Clare as part of the National Broadband Plan (NBP) State led Intervention.

exida announces 25 roles for Shannon

exida, a world leader in functional safety, industrial cybersecurity, and alarm management, has announced that it has chosen Shannon as the location of a European Centre of Excellence, creating 25 roles over the next five years.

Clare companies reach Seedcorn regional final

Two businesses from Co. Clare are in with a chance of winning €20,000 as this year’s InterTradeIreland Seedcorn Investor Readiness Competition regional finalists are announced.  

Funding vouchers available from LEOs

Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs) in Clare and Limerick have launched Tech Disrupt 4.0, an exciting pilot project where participants can secure up to €25,000 in funding vouchers to help create and launch solutions that align with the principles of Industry 4.0.
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Ekker app set to change the future of study

For the first time in Ireland and the world, a revolutionary performance-based study app, EKKER has been developed to enable students to improve how they approach...

Plan to encourage remote workers move to Clare

Grow Remote, a community project intended to increase employment opportunities in regional areas by connecting remote workers with companies, is planning a series of online events to showcase the benefits of moving to Co. Clare.

More medical equipment arrives at Shannon Airport

Shannon Airport continues to play a vital role in the fight against Covid-19 in Ireland as a second Qatar Airways cargo plane carrying vital medical equipment from China arrived today.