Pinergy’s Enda Gunnell talks about the challenges of starting a business and doing stock takes on a farm.
Freshii’s Dave O’Donoghue talks about getting into the food industry and the tough task of letting staff go.
The postal service looked around the globe to try find ‘authentic’ Irish festive stories.
Restaurants and hotels have lost their special 9% VAT rate – but so have some event organisers.
Jenny Huston talks about giving up a career in radio to start her jewellery business, Edge Only.
But Retail Excellence says 2018 Christmas sales in Ireland will still be in line with last year.
Savills predicts there will be ‘winners and losers’ as competition continues to rise in Dublin.
Gym + Coffee’s Niall Horgan talks about giving up his job to start his athletic clothing business.
The Mayo distillery will be operational next year – but it’ll be a while until the Irish product hits shelves.
The adoption of new technology is expected to slow employment growth but will also create opportunities.
The capital came in third overall in a ‘global cities of the future’ report on the best locations for FDI.
Metalman’s Grainne Walsh talks about why not to open a brewery if you just want to make beer.
A PwC report has ranked the capital as a top city for real estate investment and development.
Glassdoor has attracted reviews from more than 20,000 employees in Ireland.
General manager Charles Coyle says several new attractions are in the pipeline.
Diaceutics’ Peter Keeling talks healthcare challenges and how he recovered after his first business failed.
An Irish Fiscal Advisory Council report notes the short-term outlook is strong – but there are risks ahead.
The number of Irish microbreweries opting for cans has nearly doubled in the last two years.
Teagasc says agri-tourism innovation – from tours to quad bikes – could ‘breathe new life’ into rural areas.
Golden Discs’ Stephen Fitzgerald talks about the ups and downs of music retail and the ‘tragic’ rental crisis.