Waterford based Klearcom sets eyes on US expansion after raising €800,000 in funding

Klearcom, which helps multinational contact centres avoid call outages, has raised €800,000 in funding. Read more

Carlow company, Stryve, aiming to double its workforce over the next year

Stryve, a Carlow-based cloud and cyber security firm, has recently won a large contract with the Polish prison service after opening an office in the country. Read more

Waterford company, STYL.wrap has won major prize at ITI seedcorn competition

Waterford company, STYL.wrap has won The New Startup Category of the 2021 InterTradeIreland Seedcorn Competition, taking home €50,000. Read more

SBP’s 100 Hot Start Ups highlights Ireland South East’s strong start up ecosystem

Ireland South East is the ideal place to start-up your business. Read more

Tegus establishing EMEA HQ in Waterford with the creation of around 100 jobs

Tegus, the leading provider of primary business and market intelligence for key decision makers, today announced the establishment of its EMEA HQ in Waterford City and the creation of up to 100 jobs over the next two years. Read more

Historic day as Technological University for the South East is announced

A new Technological University for the South East has been announced today by the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris. Read more

TSSG Technology Gateway secures funding for Digital Photogrammetry Unit

The TSSG Technology Gateway at Walton Institute announced it has been chosen as one of the successful applicants of the €6m Capital Equipment Fund administered by Enterprise Ireland through the Technology Gateway and Technology Centre Programmes. Read more

IT Carlow to launch a centre of excellence, CIRDAS, for upskilling in insurance and financial services sectors.

IT Carlow is introducing a third level centre of excellence to help insurance and finance professionals upskill & reskill in data science, business thinking and design thinking. Read more

Netwatch to create 50 new jobs in Ireland over the next year.

Netwatch, a world leader in proactive video monitoring setup in Carlow in 2003, has announced that it will create 50 new jobs over the next year. Read more