Tarasis Enterprises, comprised of four key business divisions focused on healthcare, support services, housing and renewables, was officially launched under a new brand identity on Wednesday, streamlining operations to meet new five-year growth goals.
With offices in Belfast, Dublin, Sligo and Armagh, the 28-year-old company, which has invested more than €11.5 million in the housing and renewables sectors over the last number of years, revealed plans to invest a further €11.5 million across all its divisions.
At its headquarters at Callan House, the company said it will create more than 300 new jobs across its businesses on the island of Ireland as part of its five-year growth strategy.
In 2021, Tarasis Enterprises generated revenues of more than €34 million across its island-wide operations, up from almost €30 million in the previous year.
Founder and CEO of Tarasis Enterprises, Mairead Mackle MBE said, “Following a strategic review of our operations, we decided to streamline, consolidate and renew our key business divisions under the Tarasis Enterprises brand which unifies our experience and allows our compelling offer to stand out as part of our exciting growth ambitions."
She added, "With new goals and investment, Tarasis Enterprises is perfectly placed to continue building real value for its growing client base and for its dedicated teams which deliver on our mission to provide innovative solutions, whilst also building on our established partnerships across the island of Ireland.”
Established in 1995 and strategically led by an agile and values-based multi-disciplinary leadership team, the vision for Tarasis Enterprises is to always think “beyond business”, creating sustainable, innovative solutions for the future of living that tackle real social and environmental issues including social care, healthcare, homelessness and energy.
Mairead Mackle received an MBE in the New Year Honours list last year for her contribution to economic development. In 2019, Mairead won the Entrepreneur of the Year award at the annual Irish Tatler Women of the Year awards.