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All of these companies are hiring in UX design
Jun 18, 2018 08:50 am

No matter how sophisticated your software, it will be all be for naught if the user experience is lacking. Knowing this, these companies are recruiting in the areas of UX design, UI design and front-end development.

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Cloud player Phorest plots global expansion after raising €20m
Jun 18, 2018 08:29 am

Increased investment from US equity firms as Europe continues to flounder.

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WeWork empire expands in Dublin with plans for former Central Bank
Jun 18, 2018 08:05 am

WeWork has selected its fourth big building in Dublin increasing its potential to eventually accommodate up to 4,000 professionals.

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Cybercrime growing faster in Ireland than anywhere else
Jun 18, 2018 07:43 am

Cybercrime is double global levels in Ireland with four out of 10 organisations failing to assess the risks.

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Mummyfique is building a mothership for mums of the world
Jun 18, 2018 06:21 am

Our Start-up of the Week is Singapore-based Mummyfique, which is building the go-to resource and marketplace for mothers globally.

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Weekend takeaway: A world of difference
Jun 15, 2018 03:57 pm

A treasure trove of sci-tech reading for the weekend, from 5G to entrepreneurship and scientific breakthroughs.

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Deadline for entrants to Maker Faire Rome receives welcome extension
Jun 15, 2018 03:24 pm

Hobbyists and inventors from across Europe are set to descend on Maker Faire Rome this October, and now there’s more time for you to apply.

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Yuka Nagashima: ‘Girls weren’t born hating science’
Jun 15, 2018 03:23 pm

Teacher, entrepreneur and Astia adviser Yuka Nagashima warns that even in tackling diversity, we must not allow hierarchies to develop. She talks to John Kennedy.

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McArdle Skeath supply chain facility opening in Dublin promises new jobs
Jun 15, 2018 03:13 pm

The new McArdle Skeath facility is opening the door to 100 jobs in manufacturing operations and quality assurance.

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STATS’ Patrick Lucey: ‘Sports data can tell the story of a match’
Jun 15, 2018 03:00 pm

With the FIFA World Cup underway, a lot of the data that will be gathered will be done so by a company called STATS. We talk to its director of AI, Patrick Lucey.

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