American company HighRoads Inc. has announced that it is establishing a product development Centre of Excellence in Belfast to support its rapid growth, and the company plans to recruit at least 20 professionals over the next three years.
International software development and consultancy company, Bitwise, is investing £1.35m in the creation of its new Software Centre of Excellence in Belfast. The investment will generate 15 software engineering jobs.
Local IT firm, Kinsetsu has developed a new product, HomeHug, to allow older people to live independently at home for longer. HomeHug ensures family members are aware of environmental aspects which could have an adverse negative impact on health.
Newry based firm, Around Noon, producer of a wide range of ‘Food-to-Go’ products, has announced that it is investing over £7 million in a major expansion to develop sales in the Great Britain and ROI markets. The expansion will also see the company create 94 jobs.
Creative Composites Ltd is investing £11million in new machinery and expansion of the facilities to capitalise on growth opportunities for composite components. 132 new jobs are also being created as part of the expansion, half of which are already in place.
Invest Northern Ireland's Chief Executive, Alastair Hamilton has announced the short-term extension of the appointment of the Chairman and three members of the Board of Northern Ireland Co-operation Overseas (NI-CO).
Dynamic Signal, the leading Employee Communication and Engagement Platform, has announced it has expanded operations to Belfast and will create a new technology centre, adding 100 jobs as growth continues.