Fine Gael TD for Cork South Central, Jerry Buttimer, has today (Thursday) welcomed the announcement by Minister for Enterprise, Jobs and Innovation, Richard Bruton, that 14 new jobs are being created in financial services software company, Nomoseire, in Bishopstown.
“I am delighted to hear that Nomoseire, an indigenous start-up which enables financial institutions with large capital flows to be compliant with international financial standards, will be creating 14 new jobs at its offices in Bishopstown.
“Today’s announcement is part of an overall creation of 911 jobs in 53 Government-supported start-up companies, through Enterprise Ireland’s High Potential Start-Up programme. This programme aims to work with entrepreneurs who have an innovative idea that will create much needed jobs in this country and have the potential to export their products and services abroad.
“Creating jobs is this Government’s number one priority. As well driving foreign direct investment into the country, we are also placing a huge emphasis on growing the indigenous sector which will match the level of success of big international companies that have set up in Ireland.
“Since coming into office last year, this Government has introduced a wide range of stimulus measures aimed at supporting indigenous companies to succeed in export markets. These include, establishing a new potential exporters division in Enterprise Ireland to support exporters, monitoring support programmes to help companies improve their performance, and new funding mechanisms such as the credit guarantee scheme and the microfinance fund which will provide over €800 million of new funds for Irish businesses.
“I would like to thank Minister Bruton and Enterprise Ireland for the support all of the support they have given Nomoseire.”