31/10/2013

Technology Firms To Create Over 300 Jobs In Ireland

Some 335 new jobs are to be created in Ireland by a number of US and European technology companies, the IDA has announced.

The announcement was made on Wednesday as thousands of the world's technology leaders gathered in Dublin for the annual Web Summit.

According to reports, some 10,000 people are attending this year's Web Summit, marking its largest audience to date.

Also at the Summit, the NASDAQ bell, which is rung to signal the opening of trading on the stock exchange, was sounded in Ireland for the first time, by Taoiseach Enda Kenny and the NASDAQ's executive vice president Bruce Aust.

(MH/JP)

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