Connect Ireland to pitch for survival

19th March, 2017
Businessman Terry Clune,

Connect Ireland, the job creation scheme backed by businessman Terry Clune, is to make one last pitch for its survival next week.

Clune and Connect Ireland’s chief executive Joanna Murphy are due before the Oireachtas Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation committee on Tuesday in its latest effort to lobby to keep the company going.

Connect Ireland has been told by the IDA that it will not be issuing a new contract when its existing...

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