Russian Ireland

Switch to desktop

5 items tagged "Russian business"

Results 1 - 5 of 5

A Russian company in Limerick hacks a window into the nano world

Category: Russians in Ireland
Created on Wednesday, 21 August 2013 17:44

Limerick is the home to the headquarters of the Russian company NT-MDT which manufactures devices for study of objects on the nanoscale, which are the size of a molecule. This company is managed by Denis Stoiakine, who has lived in Ireland for 14 years now and his company is one of the largest representatives of Russian business in Ireland. He received his Bachelor's degree in business at the University of Limerick and, when he was hired the company NT-MDT he successfully worked as an insurance agent.

Russians in Ireland

Category: Russians in Ireland
Created on Saturday, 21 July 2012 01:20

This book tells the story of the Russian-speaking community of Ireland, as well as the links, historical and current, between Ireland and Russia, which have recently developed rapidly and have the potential to become even stronger in the future.

Michael Guerin, Boris Krivchenko and "Aeroflot" in Shannon Airport - a relationship built on trust

Category: Russians in Ireland
Created on Saturday, 21 July 2012 01:14

Michael Guerin is the honorary Consul of the Russian Federation in the southwestern part of Ireland. One of his duties is to help Russians living in the area with regard to any legal process or advice. Often people just call in asking how to connect with other Russian speakers who live nearby. In addition, he represents the Russian embassy, meeting VIPs from Russia at Shannon airport, and officials from Ireland returning from Moscow.

Maria Kiernan, director of the Russian Irish Cultural Association

Category: Russians in Ireland
Created on Saturday, 21 July 2012 01:11

Maria Kiernan founded the Russian Irish Cultural Association and is the association’s director, however she is an architect by trade. She first came to Russia in the early 1990s when she went on an exchange program with a number of other Irish professionals in order to teach her Russian colleagues how things were done in the West.

Sergey Tarutin

Category: Russians in Ireland
Created on Saturday, 21 July 2012 00:52

“Irish people are hungry for business yet keen to maintain traditional values. The most important thing for the young generation is to maintain these values.”

EasyTagCloud v2.4 Free

All rights reserved. www.russinireland.com 2015

Top Desktop version