As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile the Irish arm of Rentokil.
Beutifi raised €350,000 to open a London office and take on new staff.
Scores of people couldn’t access the gaming event after waiting in the wind and rain for hours.
The telco blamed the weather for delivering poor phone services in 2015.
The industry-financed advertising watchdog says it’s ‘actively engaging’ with the sector.
Under Irish law, gambling machine owners can refuse winnings if you happen to be ‘too lucky’.
Retail software firm eShopWorld says it will hit 400 staff in 2019.
The cleaning app is also branching out into electrical and painting services.
As many as 200 are reportedly on the chopping block.
SIS Pitches will open facilities in Wicklow, Tyrone and Sligo.
The head of the organisation said the cost still represents “very good value”.
This former nurse followed a roundabout route to running her parents’ business.
This small business owner explains how she turned her company around with a unique idea.
The company is one of the biggest electricity providers to Irish households.
Intercom managing editor John Collins delivers a masterclass in content creation.
The firm has racked up major losses in its local arm, but it still has plenty of cash to play with.
The consultancy firm said it plans to add hundreds of staff to its Irish outpost this year.
The profitable company says it needs ‘sustainable long-term funding’ to achieve its growth plans.
This CEO has learned a few things about business culture overseas after stints in four continents.
As part of our How My Business Works series we profile Clare health and recruitment company TTM.