Four firms to announce more than 120 new jobs

Four firms to announce more than 120 new jobs

More than 120 new jobs are being announced today at four seperate companies in Dublin, Galway and Cork.

Up to 114 jobs are coming on stream across three companies in Dublin and Galway this morning.

Cubic Telecom, which is based in Dublin and specialises in global connectivity, is to create 70 positions over the next three years.

It is part of a multi-million euro investment by four major global companies.

A second Dublin company, Voice Sage, will create a further 10 jobs, while Galway-based Advant Medical - which supplies the medical devices sector - is to bring 34 new people on board over the next three years.

All three companies have received funding through Enterprise Ireland and the full details will be announced by the Jobs Minister Richard Bruton later.

Meanwhile, a Cork-based company is to double its workforce, following a €175,000 investment.

Delicious, a gluten-free bakery, currently employs nine people and will create nine more jobs following the cash injection.


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