Tuesday September 22, 2020

Galway primed for continued growth and investment

The recognition of Galway as a hub for the medical devices industry has led to sectoral growth in other parts of the region

24th September, 2017
Emma Goode, acting regional business development manager for the west region at IDA Ireland

Galway is continuing to attract foreign direct investment (FDI), especially in the well-established medtech and life sciences clusters.

“Galway is recognised internationally as a cluster for the medical devices industry and this reputation has encouraged sectoral growth in other parts of the region,” said Emma Goode, IDA Ireland’s acting regional business development manager for the west region.

“This is evident through the development and expansion of life sciences companies such as...

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