The fast-growing Irish startup is on a hiring spree as it looks to capitalise on an evolution in sports tech.
Paddy Power’s co-founder is among the investors taking a punt on the company again.
According to a new calculation the sporting industry almost doubles return on government investment.
In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out promising companies that are emerging from Ireland.
The gym software startup is opening a new office in Los Angeles.
The high-profile businessman is moving one of his main Dublin branches to the basement of a cinema.
After making its Dublin debut, the chain is already scouting other locations in the city.
The Irish athleisure startup has been feeling the burn from Brexit.
The low-cost chain has rapidly expanded and will soon open its first branch in Cork.
As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the three-year-old company.
The FitrWoman app helps female athletes to organise their training around their menstrual cycle.
The online golf club rental service is instead investing in its continental operations.
Microsoft reseller eBECS is looking for engineers and customer support staff.
The government has been accused of distorting competition with its funding for Horse Sport Ireland.
The betting giant is racing to take advantage of relaxed betting laws in the US by doing a deal with FanDuel.
SIS Pitches has also fitted its patented synthetic and real grass hybrid at five other Russian venues.
It’s the first time the racing group has taken equity in an external company.
The ‘iconic’ team will wear Statsports’ devices throughout the 2018 World Cup.
Newry-based Statsports already counts giants like Arsenal and Manchester United as clients.
Independent bookies launched the loss-making Betpack in a bid to match bigger competitors.