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Posted in Category(ies):  Jobs News  |  Posted on 9Dec.  |  By Sandra Martin  |  0 comments

3D – the new 2D

So many marketing campaigns these days are jumping on the 3D band wagon!  Offering us a 3D smile or 3D smiley faces for our e-mails, do they think we’re stupid?  We live in a 3D world!  So forgive me for being a little sceptical when I first heard about 3D printing. Another gimmick was the first thought that entered my 3D mind!  I pictured a normal flat image which looked 3D when you stared at it for 3 minutes, kind of like one of those old magic pictures.  But I couldn’t have been more wrong.  Check out and you’ll see what I mean.

Mcor Technologies Ltd, recognised as one of the world leaders in 3D printing, has struck a deal with Staples Printing Systems Division to launch a new 3D printing service called "Staples Easy 3D," online via the Staples Office Centre, based in Dunleer, County Louth.  Customers will simply upload electronic files to the Staples Office Centre and pick up the environmentally friendly models in their nearby Staples stores, or have them shipped to their address.  Staples will produce the models with the Mcor IRIS, a 3D printer with the highest colour capability in the industry and lowest operating cost of any commercial-class 3D printer.   The company's co-founder and chief executive Dr Conor MacCormack says that MCor Technologies turns ideas into physical realities. 3D printing has so many uses, for example; creating customised parts, prototypes, art objects, architectural models, medical models, 3D maps, models of your children, your pets, your favourite film stars, the list is endless but if you’re a little more juvenile like me just think of the images you can have made in to 3D models…now where’s my camera?

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Posted in Category(ies):  Latest News  |  Posted on 4Dec.  |  By Sandra Martin  |  0 comments

Have you heard of YapStone?

Well you soon will!   

YapStone is a global payment innovation company that is growing rapidly to build the most trusted and tailored ePayment company in the financial industry.

Founded in 1999 by visionaries Tom Villante and Matthew Golis, YapStone currently processes billions of dollars in ePayments annually and is expanding into new markets and payment segments every day…and here at The Recruitment Bureau we are delighted to welcome YapStone to Drogheda.  We’ve been here since 1995 and we’re the longest established agency in the North East with over 17 years working as Recruitment Specialists with Irelands leading local companies. Put simply, we get the right people for the right job and speaking of jobs, YapStone have announced plans to open a base in Drogheda creating some 120 jobs over the next 3 years as they expand their operations around the world.  The new headquarters will offer jobs in customer support, research and development, software engineering, finance and accounting.

IDA CEO, Barry O’Leary, adds: "The payments industry, encompassing e-commerce solutions and payments technology, has been identified by IDA as a key sector for growth. The fact that YapStone has chosen Ireland as its first base outside of the U.S. is another example of the significant benefits that we offer to U.S. companies looking to expand into the EMEA region."

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We also offer Outplacement (Job Search & Interview Skills, Career Coaching) and Psychometric Testing (MBTI personality profiling) to clients and candidates.

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Posted in Category(ies):  Latest NewsJobs News  |  Posted on 30Oct.  |  By Sandra Martin  |  -5 comments

PayPal, Pancakes & The Recruitment Bureau!

The 1,000 jobs will be created jobs over the next four years at its new European Operations Centre in Dundalk, Co Louth.  The even better news is that we are an official recruitment supplier for PayPal!

The new operations will open in July 2012. The Dundalk centre and PayPal's current Blanchardstown site will be responsible for customer services, risk prevention, financial operations, merchant services and sales across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

PayPal is looking to fill roles across a range of fields, such as multilingual customer support, operations, finance, sales and compliance.

For further information on this & our range of other roles please contact:

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Posted in Category(ies):  Latest NewsJobs News  |  Posted on 21Feb.  |  By Sandra Martin  |  0 comments

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