Meaghers Pharmacy’s Oonagh O’Hagan also talks about learning how to stop micromanaging.
Some say a skills shortage in construction is hindering the country’s ability to deliver homes.
Workers with neurological differences can bestow special skills in businesses.
After years in health service administration, Margaret Young quit her job to set up her own firm.
Malena Fashion founders Malindi and Elena Demery also talk about why they’re ‘allergic’ to negativity.
Some are concerned about losing direct links. But others say the existing network isn’t fit for purpose.
BusConnects is a work in progress and we need it to keep the city moving.
The housing crisis is making Ireland a less attractive destination for foreign workers.
Aisling Hurley has chosen a tiny town in Laois as the spot for her digital marketing agency.
Guaranteed Irish CEO Brid O’Connell also talks about overcoming a funding crunch.
Some find it unethical that Ireland’s wealthy use financial clout to reduce their bills.
Here’s how we can help our founders fulfil their global ambitions at home.
This isn’t a lofty ambition – there’s already a groundswell of momentum behind the technology.
Forty years after making his first board game, John Dunne is ready to relaunch the invention.
Philip Martin of Cora Systems also talks about using the GAA to develop contacts.
Retail lobbyists believe they hold the key to reviving regional shops.
Policy clarity is needed to unlock the country’s renewable power potential.
The return of town councils would help rescue diminishing high streets.
After being forced to leave his job as a truck driver, Paddy Matthews slowly built a coach empire.
Kim Mackenzie-Doyle of the Irish Design Institute talks about Ireland’s ‘insane’ childcare costs.