Up to ten new jobs at Galway company
April 1st 2009
A new company based in Galway is to create up to ten new jobs over the next two years.
ForgottenGold.com offers an easy and quick way to turn old, broken or outdated jewellery into money. Gold prices are at an all-time high making it the ideal time for people to cash in their forgotten gold jewellery.
The credit and property market collapse and the deepening recession have left many people feeling the pinch. Recycling old gold jewellery is a fast way of accessing money, without getting into further debt. It’s also an environmentally friendly use of resources.
“Our aim is to allow as many people as possible to take advantage of one of the few opportunities available in the current world wide recession, the current high price of gold, while at the same benefiting the environment” said Niall Marren, CEO.
“We use the latest testing and refining technology to ensure that the maximum amount of pure gold is extracted from the jewellery we recycle. This allows us to pay customers the maximum amount for their forgotten gold jewellery. But they don’t need to wait for us to recycle their jewellery; we issue a cheque as soon as we have completed the recycle valuation and agreed the amount with the customer.”
ForgottenGold.com is a registered business name of Glasson Recycling Limited, a new Irish company based in the Galway Technology Centre in the IDA Business Park.
The company was formed in 2009 by a management team with over 35 years experience across several business sectors including financial services and technology implementation. A recruitment drive is currently underway in Galway. The company aims to employ up to ten customer service personnel within the next two years.
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