Over Two Hundred Jobs Created In Dublin And Galway

Over two hundred new jobs are to be created by three firms in Galway and Dublin.

In Galway, 100 roles will be created by SmartBear, an American firm establishing its new European headquarters in the city.

And in Dublin, 15 jobs are to be created by IT project management company Daysha Consulting, as part of a €1.5m investment. In addition, TK Maxx has announced that 90 jobs will be created at its newest store at the Ilac Centre on Henry Street in Dublin.


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