This woman made the unlikely jump from running a photography studio to setting up a skincare startup.
The Irishman behind Techstars in New York says a stronger investor community is needed.
The life-sciences sector was the ‘star performer’.
Ireland’s capital struggles with high rent prices and a relatively small stock of offices.
UpStarter plans to launch satellite events a year after launching in Dublin.
These tips can help a business go from startup to scale-up successfully.
Barry Downes, one of Ireland’s most successful software startup founders, is behind the fund.
This former nurse went from making jam to poitín and now has her own gin school and distillery.
Deposify has partnered with one of the American north-east’s largest regional banks.
ACT Venture Capital plans to invest in around 25 firms.
After his IT security business folded, this entrepreneur made the unlikely jump into making pocket squares.
The investment firm is going after business-to-business software startups with its new fund.
Reflex Pillow raised over €80,000 on Kickstarter late last year.
The Brickhouse co-working space will open its doors in April.
This former London police officer moved to Ireland and wound up launching a food business.
NDRC’s Ben Hurley says Ireland should do more with its “innate entrepreneurial spirit”.
Des Traynor is one of several individuals to back Improper Butter.
Retro Patents is a side project for the Irish men, who sold their company to Spotify last year.
Ministers have promised to deliver 135,000 jobs to regional areas by 2020.
Republic of Work will open at the start of next month.