21/02/2014

Five Companies To Create 132 Jobs Through Investment In Ireland

A total of 132 jobs are to be created by five separate companies in Dublin and Galway, it has been announced.

• Fifty jobs are to be created by San Francisco-based software analytics company New Relic, who are opening a headquarters in Dublin.

• Thirty jobs are to be created in Galway by SEKO MedTec Solutions, a Pennsylvania-based global logistics business.

• Twenty two jobs will be created by Atlanta-based NeoMed Inc, a leading manufacturer of devices that deliver nutrition to the gut.

• Twenty consultancy and software development jobs will be created by capSpire, an Arkansas-based energy consulting business.

• And ten jobs will be created by domain name registry business Starting Dot.

The Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, through IDA Ireland, are supporting the companies investments in Ireland.

(MH)

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