The Irish government has launched a new initiative to support Irish emigrants who wish to develop a business in Ireland.
Guinness has invested €200,000 in a new initiative aimed at enriching the start-up ecosystem in Ireland by promoting more engagement and collaboration between regions.
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.
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).
In this issue’s entrepreneur slot, InBUSINESS caught up with Paul Young, Co-founder and Chief Executive of Kilkenny-based Cartoon Saloon.
2015 has been quite a year for illustrator and cartoonist Paul Young. The humble Roscommon native spent the summer promoting Song of the Sea, the Oscar-nominated animated feature film which he produced.
He has also been named as an EY Entrepreneur of the Year finalist, not to mention joining forces with Hollywood A-list star Angelina Jolie on upcoming