As part of our How My Business Works series we profile Clare health and recruitment company TTM.
CityPost has launched a new system that it claims will save companies significant sums on mail.
Why an increasing number of people are starting new companies later in life.
Louise Lonergan says non-cash bonuses can boost staff morale.
Automated financial advice is expected to shake up the wealth management sector.
The businessman has a cluster of gyms in Dublin and is expanding across the country.
This entrepreneur learned you need to pace yourself and not go all guns blazing when setting up a business.
Bill Cremin from Cool Running Events talks about the rewards and challenges of running a seasonal business.
As more post offices are threatened with closure, the semi-state’s deliveries division is branching out.
This funeral director nearly left the family business after battling to switch off from work.
The rental firm has inherited GoCar as part of the acquisition.
The company, Ireland’s largest independent linen supplier, went into examinership after heavy losses.
The Irish company has announced plans to hire 200 new staff.
All Potting Shed asks for in return is some snacks and an open mind.
The call-centre firm plans to recruit another 400 people, while LinkedIn is hiring 200 staff in Dublin.
A liquidator has been appointed to the beleaguered institution.
The Taxback CEO’s net worth has been estimated at more than €250 million.
Founder Terry Clune also said he may spin off parts of the firm, which employs nearly 1,000.
Business lobby groups have said public sector demands are ‘at odds’ with what is affordable.
Intercom co-founder Des Traynor said scaling a company is tougher than starting one.