Storm Technology announces the creation of 60 new jobs in Dublin and Galway as part of expansion plan



An Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald TD with Karl Flannery, CEO, Storm Technology and John MacNamara, Digital Technology Manager, Enterprise Ireland at Storm Technology's Galway headquarters last week. 

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Storm Technology to create 60 jobs in Dublin and Galway

Galway based company Storm Technology has announced expansion plans, which will lead to the creation of 60 new jobs. The positions are being offered at its offices in Galway and Dublin.

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