TweetWe are delighted to announce that Santander will be exhibiting at Jobs Expo Belfast on 17 September at the Europa Hotel. Santander was founded in 1856 and aims to be the best retail and commercial bank in the world. The group’s corporate motto is “simple, personal and fair.” This defines how the bank conducts business, interacts with their customers, shareholders and society. Santander offers an open-door service to their customers, providing simple, easy to understand and uncomplicated products.
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TweetWe are delighted to announce that Market Resource Partners will be joining our event this September in Belfast. MRP is a global provider of marketing intelligence, software and services. Founded in 2002, the company has since grown into a market leader. MRP has 12 offices and covers 100 countries around the globe. They are wholly owned subsidiary of First Derivatives plc, a global service provider in the technology sector.
TweetWe are proud to announce that Innopharma College of Applied Sciences will be joining our Belfast event on 17 September. Innopharma College of Applied Science is an award winning global institute dedicated to applied sciences. The college is an education, research and technology institute for industry-led technology, education and training programmes in the pharmaceutical, medtech and food industries. Innopharma College of Applied Sciences has grown to become one of the top institutes delivering world recognised qualifications up to Masters’ degree level in the pharmaceutical, medtech and food sectors.
TweetWe are very pleased to announce that Aspira will be joining Jobs Expo Belfast on 17 September at the Europa Hotel. Aspira is an Irish company with international impact. From their offices in Dublin and Cork, they offer consultancy and IT services. Their clients include AIB, Coillte, DePuy Synths, EirGrid, ESB and Electric Ireland and Laya Healthcare.
TweetJobs Expo is delighted to announce that Adaptive HVM will be recruiting at our event at the Europa Hotel on 17 September. Adaptive HVM specialises in business improvement and sustaining consultancy. They help companies improve their business processes and get better use and value from their resources.
TweetJobs Expo is very pleased to announced that Almac will be recruiting at our event on 17 September. The Almac Group is a contract development and manufacturing organisation that provides an extensive range of integrated services to companies within the pharmaceutical and biotech sectors. Almac are headquartered in Northern Ireland, and they have offices and facilities in Scotland, England, the US, Singapore and Japan.
TweetWe are delighted to announce that Amadeus will be recruiting at Jobs Expo Belfast. Amadeus are a multi-award winning catering firm. They specialise in private, event and corporate dining. With a team of 676 staff members including 15 innovation specialists and over 135 chefs, the company caters to around 4 million people every year. Amadeus is committed to excellence and they have won an impressive 640 culinary and catering awards over their nearly 40 year history.
TweetJobs Expo is delighted to announce that Pramerica will be joining us for our Belfast event on 17 September at the Europa Hotel. Pramerica is a business and technology operations subsidiary of US-based Prudential Financial Inc., a global financial services leader. Prudential Financial Inc. had more than $1.1 trillion of assets under management as of March 31, 2014 and operates in the United States, Asia, Europe and Latin America.
TweetClear AV is to create 60 new jobs in Northern Ireland. The Lisburn firm installs technology at luxury hotels – mostly in London – and is currently working on around 45 different projects. These projects range in value from £10m to £100m in value, and clients include Claridge’s, the Hilton Hotel Group, W hotel and Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy. The new staff will triple the company’s workforce of 30.
TweetTaoiseach Enda Kenny’s proposed all-Ireland forum to mitigate the negative effects of Brexit has met with a frosty reception from Northern Ireland First Minister and DUP leader Arlene Foster. Foster has said that such a forum is unnecessary. She was in Dublin this Monday with members of the Northern Executive to attend a meeting of the North-South Ministerial Council (NSMC). The council discusses areas of common interest between the Republic and Northern Ireland and promotes co-operation between the two governments.
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