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The head of a global accelerator delivers a masterclass in fine-tuning a presentation for investors.
The Belgian group said it will offer ‘an appealing proposition’ for small Irish firms later this year.
The Irish firm claims its flagship product is four times more efficient than conventional sewage systems.
The Blackrock startup hopes to speed up the making of ‘biologics’ that treat diseases like cancer.
Here’s some advice for young Irish firms looking to attract investors.
It is one of the largest-ever sums put into a young firm here.
Nohovation was launched last May by Trutsev founder Phelan and Illann Power.
After selling his first startup, Plink, this tech entrepreneur is back with a retail game-changer.
The company closed a €2.2m investment round and secured €3m from an EU fund.
Matthew Cortland will launch his crowdfunding project for the London pub next month.
Only 34 private firms have committed to the Prompt Payment Code after two years.
But Linked Finance says it’s ‘very much focused’ on the Irish market.
Eamon Leonard has unveiled Cohort – an app that makes it easier to ask for a favour.
Silviu Preoteasa is leaving the group and his job at Hostelworld to launch a travel tech business.
Axing stamp duty for shares on Ireland’s junior stock market was first mooted in late 2013.
This former estate agent battled multiple sclerosis but went on to set up two new companies.
Kilkenny native Jane ní Dhulchaointigh leads Sugru, which just raised £2m.
Over three decades in medtech has taught this executive to be careful who he takes funding from.
Irish founder Dylan Collins thinks Brexit will be a godsend for any entrepreneur with guts.