As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile travel firm Adams & Butler.
There’s a lot more to be gained by collaborating with young firms rather than being threatened by them.
The carrier’s Aerclub initiative has been panned by many long-term fliers since it was brought in.
Padraig McManus said that he intends to resign from his role later this year.
But the event’s parent company has been expanding fast as it rolls out new conferences.
The cleaning-services company was bought for over €30 million in 2015.
The price-fixing involved one of Ireland’s biggest commercial flooring firms, Aston Carpets.
The hub will provide services to clients operating in Europe, Asia and Latin America.
Vanessa Power quit her job in web design – to launch her sign-painting business, Signs of Power.
Orwell Healthcare, one of Dublin’s largest facilities, has taken over Queen of Peace.
A significant court ruling means other insurers won’t be liable for the Maltese firm.
Rising costs meant the semi-state plunged €17 million into the red last year.
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Wheels We Deliver.
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile newspaper distributor Newspread.
Ian Jackson recently sold his business, Pure Power, to US giant Kohler.
A key advisor to the European Court of Justice said the firm should be treated as a transport company.
The property colossus hopes to roll out Workthere nationwide, with Cork next in the queue.
The mail-service provider has topped a list of the country’s most reputable firms.
The company will eventually be rebranded after the deal, as will its popular Parcel Motel service.
Some firms have been asked to wait six months or more for payment after the flawed event.