Food waste recycling firm CaterWaste is to create 45 jobs in sales, services and collection and processing of waste in various areas across Ireland.
Careers 17.Sep.2014 11:14
Dublin: 19.09.2014 06.55PM
In the latest battle of the fanboy wars, Apple is attempting to convert Android users to iOS by providing an online guide for them to become familiar with the operating system.
Digital Life 17.Sep.2014 10:00
Some 45pc of IT workers in Ireland would consider moving jobs to a start-up or an established SME rather than work at a multinational, according to new research.
Careers 17.Sep.2014 07:23
We spoke to Eamonn Kelly from Tech Group Europe at Career Zoo in Dublin on Saturday to find out more about this international medical-device company and the roles it has available.
Careers 17.Sep.2014 07:17
At Career Zoo, Mike Naughton, service centre head at ServiceSource Dublin, discussed increasing competition in the tech jobs market and how diversity adds excitement to his workplace.
Careers 16.Sep.2014 19:34
Silicon Republic’s sixth Digital Ireland Forum featured keynotes from Eventbrite CTO and co-founder Renaud Visage and Digital Youth Council member Ciara Judge.
Digital 21 16.Sep.2014 17:54
A hardware renaissance is happening in Ireland with the internet of things at its heart, and this past weekend it was given impetus at the Dublin City University/PCH International Hardware Hackathon in Dublin.
Innovation 16.Sep.2014 17:02
The world-renowned Khan Academy, which provides a free online maths resource, will be coming to Dublin for a symposium on Saturday, 27 September to impart knowledge to Irish teachers and students.
Innovation 16.Sep.2014 16:43
September marked yet another successful Career Zoo for companies and job-seekers alike and a number of these companies spoke to Siliconrepublic.com about what skills they want to recruit.
Careers 16.Sep.2014 15:55
Engineer Yvonne Brady, founder of EVB Sports Shorts, is one of just three European finalists for the prestigious Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards.
Start-ups 16.Sep.2014 11:06
Irish renewable company Mainstream Renewable Power (MRP) has signed a deal that will see it provide more than 10pc of Ghana’s energy supply through a large-scale wind farm.
Clean Tech 16.Sep.2014 11:06