HeartSine Technologies Ltd. recently joined 29 other companies on the 2010 Index 30, an annually compiled list of the most exciting companies with operations in the U.S. and Ireland.
Other companies on this year’s Index 30 list, compiled by The Irish Echo, the biggest-selling and oldest newspaper serving Irish America, included Aon Corporation, BNY Mellon, Bimeda, Citi and Microsoft. All were feted at a luncheon held in New York City June 10 in conjunction with the annual New York-New Belfast Conference.
At the luncheon, the Index 30 were described as companies that recognize their ethical, environmental and fair employment obligations and, as such, represent the best investment vehicles.
“It was a great honor to be included among the prestigious list of Index 30 companies” said Gregory Cash, President and CEO of HeartSine. “For us, it’s confirmation that we’re doing business the right way, that our priorities make sense both from a business and a people perspective.”
According to Mairtin O’Muilleoir, publisher of The Irish Echo, “Heartsine, with its life-changing technology, its innovative design approach, and its focus on the U.S. market, got an early thumbs-up from our shortlisting committee. The fact that the company is building on the technology of the first defibrillator, a Belfast invention, made its inclusion a no-brainer.”
About HeartSine Technologies
A world leader in personal and public access defibrillators, HeartSine’s mission is to advance the deployment of lifesaving defibrillation therapy in non-traditional areas of care through the development of innovative technologies and quality products. Its HeartSine samaritan PAD is a sophisticated, lightweight automated external defibrillator designed for rescuers of all skill levels and is ideal for sports facilities, schools, churches and all businesses. Additional information: firstname.lastname@example.org; (866-478-7463, ext. 112.
About The Irish Echo Index 30 (www.irishecho.com)
In its third year, the annual Irish Echo Index 30 recognizes trailblazing companies with significant operations in the U.S. and Ireland, ranging from bellwethers like eBay and Diageo to high-tech gazelles such as Openet and Navinet. The unveiling of this year’s listing took place at a luncheon during the New York-New Belfast conference in New York. Founded in 1928, The Irish Echo is the oldest newspaper serving Irish America and the biggest-selling Irish-American publication, serving readers in 50 states. The Irish Echo Index listing is sponsored by Tourism Ireland, Kalikow, KPMG and Belfast Harbour.