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Congratulations to our SySTEM finalists and award recipients! Well done for creating your own educational gaming apps, and working as a team to design, develop, project manage and market the apps! You're all worthy winners :-) ...

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STEM never stops!! We had a great time sharing all things CEIA, STEM, Engineering, Science and Math at our Cork Science Festival exhibit at Neptune Stadium a few weeks ago. If you want to know more about how we can help, visit www.ceia.ie ...

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Become a Member of CEIA

The CEIA is a member-driven non-profit association which represents the interests of Technology companies in the Cork region working in accord with the Industrial Development Agency (IDA), Enterprise Ireland, the Training and Employment Authority (FÁS), the Cork Institute of Technology and University College Cork, the Tyndall Institute and the National Software Centre to ensure a sophisticated technological infrastructure is in place to enable the industry to grow and prosper.

The CEIA currently comprises 50+ members, including the 5 statutory members

  • Industrial Development Agency
  • Enterprise Ireland
  • University College Cork
  • Cork Institute of Technology
  • Cork Education & Training Board (formerly FAS -National Training Agency).

There is an even balance of FDI and indigenous industry.

The CEIA provides a formal, organised and trusted platform for its member companies in the manufacturing, supply chain, engineering and technology sectors within the Munster area. It provides the opportunity to make new business contacts, address common issues, liaise with higher education institutions on industry training and graduate profiles required to ensure the sustained growth and competitiveness of its members’ organisations.
Business Briefings, the Annual Conference and various initiatives provide ongoing learning and transfer of knowledge not only for senior leaders withinthe technology arena but also students with an interest in working in the High Tech sector, Science and Engineering.
CEIA continues to grow its membership and its collaboration with key regional and
national agencies such as the world renowned Tyndall Institute.

Email info@ceia.ie for more information and application details.