Tuesday June 2, 2020

New scheme to attract tech pros launched

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
3rd July, 2016
Karl Flannery, chair of Tech/Life Ireland and Mary Mitchell OConnor, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation

Tech/Life Ireland, a new national initiative to brand Ireland as a top destination to pursue a career in technology, was launched last month by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell-O’Connor.

Tech/Life Ireland is funded by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation and will be delivered in partnership with Enterprise Ireland, IDA Ireland and the tech industry to help attract up to 3,000 top tech professionals to Ireland each year.

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