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The entertainment industry is about to be hit with a healthy dose of disruption.
First it will get your customers’ eyeballs, then your marketing budgets.
GoMo is offering a deal of ‘all texts, all calls, all data’ for €9.99 for its first round of customers.
The BAI maintained a 25% cap on the control of broadcasting services earlier this year.
It told the ASAI the campaign referred to the ‘outdated’ banking system, not consumers.
In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out promising companies that are emerging from Ireland.
Unable to compete on salaries, firms are focusing on providing workers with a higher ‘purpose’.
The postal service provider’s rebranded financial services unit forms part of a wider group rejig.
That’s according to a new report by creative agency The Tenth Man.
After raising €1 million last year and opening in Dublin in March, the company is now planning a UK launch.
The startup says that its white-label platform can help prevent exorbitant ticket resales.
Vela Games, the new face in Ireland’s games landscape, has raised €3.4 million.
The Irish base is the company’s first location in the European market.
Design based on conversations with your users – it is the surest way to succeed.
The Irish podcast network is expanding into the former home of Westland Studios.