Simone Sangiorgi, founder & CEO of Kippy, explains how to grow a successful startup, and deal with the challenges of scaling and expanding abroad.
Ireland’s 245,000 small businesses can create 25,500 new jobs in 2019 and make a significant contribution to the Irish economy.
The 2019 Small Firms Association’s Business Connect event will take place on Thursday, 7 February 2019 in the Aviva Stadium, Dublin 4.
Dublin has been ranked as the number one large city in the world for foreign direct investment (FDI) according to a new report published today.
Irish consumer sentiment recovered in November to end a run of three successive monthly falls as prospects for a Brexit deal improved.
The latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show the unemployment rate fell to 5.3% in the month of November.
BoA Merrill Lynch completed the cross-border merger of UK banking unit with its Ireland-based arm, making Dublin the hub for its European banking entity.
There was celebration in Letterkenny on wednesday night after the town was named overall winner of the Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards 2018.
Businesses need to respond to Brexit and its challenges as it will bring “real changes for all of us, regardless of what form it takes”, Simon Coveney said.
The Bank of Ireland economic pulse fell 2.7 points in November to 89.9, its lowest reading so far this year and 0.6 points lower than the same time in 2017.