Havas Dublin managing director Bob Coggins delivers a masterclass in better marketing.
After he saw the tech revolution was going to kill the print industry, this accountant moved to a career in IT.
The company was found to have fallen short on following its own procedures.
After a life-threatening car crash, this entrepreneur returned home to help run his family business.
Network Ireland president Rebecca Harrison delivers a masterclass in mingling.
After investing thousands in flight training, this entrepreneur launched a medical startup.
After watching her dad’s salon flounder, Marsha Abrahams used those lessons in her own career.
Communications expert Jack Murray delivers a masterclass in how to deal with a social media storm.
Michael Murphy ditched the Bord Bia boardroom to launch a yoghurt startup.
As directory enquiries slowly died, Nicola Byrne was forced to reinvent her business.
Iconic Offices founder Joe McGinley delivers a masterclass in creating a good workspace.
Young firms have a few good options for funding outside traditional routes like banks.
When Eileen Forrestal’s business and medical careers clashed, one had to go.
This ex-mortgage broker has launched a string of different enterprises – with mixed successes.
Entrepreneur and chef Domini Kemp delivers a masterclass in making it in the food industry.
This Portuguese pre-school teacher moved to Ireland and set up her own company.
As businesses grow, their owners will have to inevitably weigh the pros and cons of incorporation.
Succession planning can be one of the toughest problems to crack in any family firm.
This pizza-chain owner naively thought he’d be able to hire a manager to help out early on in his business.
Beachut PR boss Paul Hayes delivers a masterclass in public relations for startups.