The Irish government has launched a new initiative to support Irish emigrants who wish to develop a business in Ireland.
Daniel Mackey and Peter Coppinger, co-founders of Cork-based technology company Teamwork, have been named winners of the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year award for 2018.
Citi Irleand has launched Pathways to Progress, an initiative that sets out to combat youth unemployment for the upcoming academic year.
Alpa Agrawal, founder of Allmin Resources Ireland Ltd., has been recognised at the IGNITE Graduate Business Innovation Programme Awards and Showcase, as her company was named Bank of Ireland/IGNITE Business of the Year 2016.
Brian Lee, co-founder and Managing Director of food chain Chopped, has announced the franchise will be opening its newest store in the Rathmines area.
Irish tech start-up, JamJou have rolled out their innovative game-based training software to 36 Jurys Inn hotels across Ireland and the UK.
JamJou have developed exciting game-based training software that uses the hottest new technology with ‘gamification’ mechanisms to train and engage staff through their smartphones to increase sales productivity, improve customer service & reduce staff turnover.
Advice and insights from some of the sharpest female minds in Irish business will be served up at an event being held in Dublin next week to celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD).