Tuesday March 31, 2020

Biancamed bucks trend with jobs drive

The health tech firm is hoping to double its workforce within the next year by adding business development staff, writes Niall Byrne

21st March, 2009

Health technology company Biancamed is looking to double its workforce over the next 12 months, bucking a trend in the wider business community which has so far seen 2009 become the year of job losses.

The company, which was set up to commercialise intellectual property developed in University College Dublin, currently employs 14 people and is looking to strengthen its team with the addition of business development staff.

‘‘The health area is less sensitive to the problems associated...

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