How a global firm grew out of a small town
Carrick-on-Shannon is part of a new north-western tech hub, as Cora Systems’ expansion shows.
In 1999, Carrick-on-Shannon was a tough place to attract talent to a tech business. But with the current housing situation in cities, the surge in remote working and a northwestern resurgence, it’s a great place for Cora Systems to grow from.
With plans to create 50 jobs over the next six to eight months and to invest around €3.5 million in the business, on top of €3 million it has already put into its...
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