Tuesday July 14, 2020

€25m boost for Donegal medtech jobs

A major €25 million plan at a medtech firm in Co Donegal could create up to 470 jobs by 2020.

26th October, 2014
Randox managing director Dr Peter FitzGerald; Joe McHugh TD, Minister of State at the Department of Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht; Anna Ni Ghallachail, chairperson, Udaras na Gaelthachta; and Dr Ciaran Richardson, Randox research and development manager.

Company: Randox Teoranta

**Done deal:** 470 jobs over six years on foot of Euro 25 million investment plan

**The clincher:** ''We need to harness the power of the northwest community and its diaspora to highlight the potential for high-value careers in life sciences R&D, engineering, software development and manufacture in Donegal, coupled with the unique quality of life it offers. - **Peter FitzGerald,** founder and managing director, Randox Teoranta

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