The German digital bank has now reached 100,000 users in Ireland.
From open plan to old-style cubicles, layout can have a big impact on how people interact.
The company is one of the domestic breakouts from a burgeoning cybersecurity scene.
A recent UK survey suggests that accent bias could still exist in the workplace.
The Dublin companies have been backed by the government’s disruptive technologies innovation fund.
Tools of the trade: The Apple Farm’s Con Traas talks being overly cautious and pruning 40,000 trees.
In a cashless society, one duo have conceived an alternative to the charity box.
In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out the most promising companies emerging from Ireland.
Irish farmers are fighting local issues and dealing with a global problem.
It’s people that are creative, not organisations.
Financial institutions now have to open up their data troves to third parties, who smell an opportunity.
The brains we have now are, first and foremost, those of oral historians, of storytellers.
The Louth-based marine robot company recently closed a €7.9 million investment deal as it goes global.
A buzzword that is common from the sporting world to the office, what does ‘culture’ really mean?
What are Corporate Power Purchase Agreements and why do we want to attract them to Ireland?
Quarterly figures show that larger deals are slumping and overseas investors are looking elsewhere.
The fast growing Dublin fintech company raised €66 million earlier this year as it scales internationally.
As Ireland looks to grow business ties on the continent, the mobile tech company is expanding from Nairobi.
Amid a shortage of available workers, companies could feel the squeeze.