Innovation Spotlight – Unmake

Every month the Ireland South East Development Office will spotlight one of our most innovative companies. This week it’s Kilkenny based John Cleere from Unmake. Read more

5 Reasons to #MakeTheMove to Ireland South East

1. The Sunny South East:

Counties in the South East region have up to 2 hours of extra sunshine per day compared to the rest of country. Read more

Irish cybersecurity firm Kontex plans 75 jobs for Dublin and Tipperary

Irish cybersecurity firm Kontex has announced plans to add 75 jobs in Dublin and Tipperary over the next year. Read more

Study of remote workers shows huge time savings and a desire to be their own boss

A South East study of 904 remote workers carried out by the South East Local Authorities and their Local Enterprise Offices, in partnership with Enterprise Ireland and the Ireland South East Development Office shows that 30% of people who are currently remote working are interested in developing their own business. Read more

South East Regional Enterprise Plan 2021 – 2024: Have your say

Regional Enterprise Plans are an integral part of Ireland’s enterprise policy, aimed at driving economic growth and sustaining better standards of living throughout Ireland. Read more

Waterford aiming for a ‘Zoom Town’ revolution

Ireland’s oldest city is set to spearhead a ‘Zoom Town’ revolution which aims to capitalise on the remote working legacy of the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more

South East counties claim top 2 spots in Ireland’s most liveable places

The counties of the South East have performed very well in Ireland’s Liveability Index. The counties of Waterford and Wexford took the top 2 spots, while all five counties are placed within the top 15 of the 26 counties assessed. Read more

Construction commences on Smart Working locations in West Waterford villages

Construction has commenced on the first of a number of Smart Working locations in four West Waterford villages. Read more

Funding announced for landmark North Quay’s development

Waterford City and County Council has welcomed the announcement of €80,600,000 funding from the Urban Regeneration Development Fund by the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage and €30,000,000 from the National Transport Authority for infrastructural works for the development of the North Quays Strategic Development Zone site. Read more