Graduates embark on new international careers G4IG
Enterprise Ireland Graduates 4 International Growth Programme sees 80 young graduates head off for International Markets
A group of 80 young graduates are embarking on new international careers with Enterprise Ireland’s Graduates 4 International Growth Programme. Developed and delivered by Enterprise Ireland in partnership with UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, the programme places top-level graduates in export-led firms with markets across the globe. It is aimed at developing firms' export market development strategies and at the same time advancing graduates' international business skills. This year, over 120 graduates have been placed with companies under this initiative.
Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan T.D. officially opened the Tierney Building at University of Limerick in November 2011. This state-of-the-art campus facility will house UL’s Innovation Centre and LERO – the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre.
Animation may be child's play, but it is also increasingly big business. “The Happy Hugglemonsters” is a brand new CG animated series for pre-schoolers about five year old Henry Hugglemonster and his loving and rambunctious monster family.
Dublin, Ireland and IBM has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Cúram Software Ltd. to help governments improve the efficiency, effectiveness and accessibility of social programs for smarter cities.