Kilkenny and Waterford see 76 new jobs created by two firms

Seventy-six new jobs are being announced at two new companies in Kilkenny and Waterford.

Bluefin Payment Systems is opening a Technology and Operations Centre in Waterford city, creating 40 new jobs over the next three to five years.

In Kilkenny, US security company, CipherTechs Inc., is establishing its EMEA headquarters with the creation of 36 new jobs over five years.

Jobs Minister Richard Bruton is welcoming this morning's announcements and says it is a great boost for the South East.

Kilkenny and Waterford see 76 new jobs created by two firms


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