Category: Irish Tech News

Your 2018 Guide to eCommerce Sales Success: Meet Consumer Expectations

Guest post by Ashley Kimler Remember when the buzzword was “responsive?” It took us awhile, but eventually most of us working in the online world caught on. Now, we realize the importance of our content being viewable from multiple devices. Now, we have new jargon to learn. Here is the foundation you need for eCommerce

Microsoft hosts Girls in ICT event to inspire young girls

Microsoft hosted their Girls in Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) event last Thursday. The event took place in their South County Campus in Sandyford. It brought 80 schoolgirls from 3 schools together to their Dreamspace innovation hub to celebrate girls in ICT. Microsoft strongly believe that girls need to be empowered more to succeed through

Call for Entrepreneurs in West of Ireland for NDRC

NDRC, the investor in early stage digital and technology startup companies, is again partnering with Enterprise Ireland, and the Galway City Innovation District (GCID) to run the second successive intensive regional accelerator programme for digital companies in Galway and the Western region. The joint initiative between the NDRC, GCID and Enterprise Ireland is a key

Demand for Ireland’s Fastest Growing Green Jobs Increases by 260%

Ahead of the annual celebration of Earth Day later this week, Indeed has identified the five fastest-growing “green” jobs in Ireland.  These roles in the areas of environment and sustainability were identified by an analysis of postings on Indeed.com, which attracts 2.8 million unique visitors each month in Ireland. The fastest growing “green” role is

Ireland Missing Out on €9 billion Per Year in Value From Data

In the most comprehensive, first-of-its-kind look at the economic contribution that data provides to the Irish economy, The Data Economy Report reveals that the Republic of Ireland is tapping just over half of the potential value of its data – although the Data Economy is currently worth €9.96 billion annually to Ireland, this is only