Film adapted, translated and is being launched in Sweden
25.11.2014 Carraig Donn has announced the opening of four new stores in Ireland as part of a major expansion plan.
25.11.2014 Comedy group Foil Arms and Hog (Sean Finegan, Conor Mc Kenna and Sean Flanagan) has launched Dublin Simon Community’s Sing for Simon campaign.
Film adapted, translated and is being launched in Sweden
They will take place on 19 December
This is part of a major expansion plan
It was carried out by TV3 and the CMRF
It was first ever one
26.11.2014 They will start on 1 December 2014.
26.11.2014 Irish CEOs and chairs are being urged to join it.
26.11.2014 PR company made announcement.
26.11.2014 An additional 150,000 brown bins have been rolled out to households.
26.11.2014 This is for the fourth year.
All coffee and tea in Bewley’s Café Grafton Street in Dublin will be 87 cent tomorrow, 27 November, to mark the café’s 87th birthday.
Just under 80,000 additional people are at work in Ireland now compared to the first quarter of 2012 when the Government launched its Action Plan for Jobs, according to figures released by the Central Statistics Office.
The Government has unveiled its social housing strategy ‘Social Housing Strategy 2020: Support, Supply and Reform’
International restaurant search and discovery service Zomato has opened a Dublin office where it expects to employ 50 people within a year.
Equine technology company Equilume has secured €550,000 in seed funding from Enterprise Ireland and angel investors based in Ireland, the UK and the US.
With only 29 shopping days left until Christmas, Bank of Ireland has launched the findings of its Christmas shopping survey.
The Government has this week published new guidelines to helping Departments implement the new arrangements for appointments to State boards.
Starting on 1 December 2014, Stobart Air is to operate CityJet’s Cardiff to Paris and Cardiff to Edinburgh routes, the airlines announced today.
Twenty-four young entrepreneurs are at the Department of Jobs today to pitch their start-up business ideas as part of the Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur (IBYE) competition.
On Sunday, 30 November, Dublin’s Lord Mayor Christy Burke will turn on the lights on the O’Connell St Christmas tree, the biggest and brightest in the capital.
Irish CEOs and chairs are being urged to join the 30% Club, which aims to reach a 30pc female gender balance on Irish boards and executive management level by 2020 as well as improved gender balance at all levels.
The European Commission has today announced a €315bn investment plan aimed at boosting Europe’s economy and getting more people back to work.
An additional 150,000 brown bins have been rolled out to households in Ireland in the past two years by member firms of the Irish Waste Management Association (IWMA).
Engineering groups DPS Engineering is to mark 40 years of success with the creation of 80 new jobs in 2015, having increased its turnover by 35pc and its workforce by 5pc in the past three years.
The Design Corner Shop is returning to Dún Laoghaire for Christmas for the fourth year, this time featuring the work of 16 local designers.
Market Match has announced that it will be looking after the public relations requirements for The City Bin Co.
Carton House has launched a festive afternoon tea and gourmet Christmas food range for Christmas 2014.
Twelve tourism businesses from around the island of Ireland are currently on an eight-day sales blitz to Australia and New Zealand organised by Tourism Ireland.
Man Up, an Irish-created campaign to highlight the positive role that men can play in ending violence against women, has been adapted, translated and is being launched in Sweden to mark International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
Conor O’Kelly is to take over from John Corrigan who is retiring as chief executive of the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) on 4 January 2015.
Fresh – the Good Food Market is hosting a series of free lunch-time concerts by the Dublin Gospel Choir on 19 December.
Carraig Donn has announced the opening of four new stores in Ireland as part of a major expansion plan.
Noirin O'Sullivan has been confirmed as the new Garda Commissioner.
To support the ‘#Kiss4Crumlin’ campaign, TV3 and the CMRF have conducted a kissing survey.
Fifty members of the Orbis Ireland team completed the Great Ethopian Run this week, having raised more than €150,000 for the charity, which fights a preventable eye disease that causes blindness if untreated.
Health services provider Spectrum Health and med-tech start-up Kinesis Health Technologies have entered into a partnership to deliver a falls prevention service in Ireland called Falls Action.
Fastway Couriers has announced a new extended contract with online fashion and beauty retailer ASOS.
A new Tesco Express store has opened on Aungier Street in Dublin's city centre creating 13 jobs.
Foodies, bloggers and people from all across the country assembled in the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre on Monday, 24 November for Lovin Dublin's first ever live show.
Northern Ireland recruitment company, MCS Group has announced plans today to triple the size of its Belfast-based operations over the next two years by creating 20 new in-house positions.
United Airlines is a introducing a daily non-stop service between Dublin and Chicago next summer.
Lions Clubs International and Tesco Ireland have launched a nationwide Christmas Food Appeal that will take place on Friday and Saturday, 5 and 6 December in all 147 Tesco stores across the country.
Access to working capital is the key single challenge for businesses when it comes to maximising their international potential, according to a new Enterprise Ireland and Deloitte survey ahead of tomorrow’s CEOForum in Dublin Castle, which has ‘internationalisation’ as its theme.
Food group Greencore said today that revenue for the year ending 26 September 2014 was up by 6.4pc over the previous year to £1,273.5m.
Carphone Warehouse has launched its Christmas TV advert ‘Christmas is a gift for everyone.
Social news agency Storyful is creating 30 new jobs and setting up an R&D centre at its Dublin headquarters.
Comedy group Foil Arms and Hog (Sean Finegan, Conor Mc Kenna and Sean Flanagan) has launched Dublin Simon Community’s Sing for Simon campaign.
Irish recruitment agency RecruitmentPlus has established a dedicated property recruitment division and is planning a €1m expansion for 2015 including taking on six new people in the coming months.
Five Irish novels are among 142 titles that have been nominated by libraries worldwide for the €100,000 International Impac Dublin Literary Award, the world’s most valuable annual literary prize for a single work of fiction published in English.
Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources Alex White has published online maps that identify where commercial providers will deliver high-speed broadband access by the end of 2016.
The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform is to appear before the Sub-Committee on Public Expenditure and Reform for committee stage of the registration of Lobbying Bill 2014.
Data management solutions company Aystec in association with World of Wonder in Limerick is sponsoring this year’s Christmas Winter Wonderland, which is organised every December by children’s charity the Bubblegum Club.
Ryanair has announced a new partnership with Booking.com, which will now allow Ryanair customers to book the widest range of accommodation at the best prices, as well as the lowest air fares on Europe’s largest route network, directly on the Ryanair.com website.
Eoin Vaughan has been appointed as managing director of engineering contractor Mercury Holdings having worked in senior management roles in both the domestic and international units of the company for the past ten years.
Coca-Cola Zero Bikes has expanded further with the help of Hector Ó hEochagáin and will go live in Limerick on 8 December, Cork on 18 December, and Galway on 24 November 2014.
Irish medical devices company Neuromod Devices has secured regulatory approval for the sale of Mutebutton, its new multisensory medical device to treat Tinnitus.
American insurance holding company Genworth has opened a new €15m business centre in Shannon, Co Clare which employs 400 people representing 17 countries and 16 languages.
“How many batteries do you have at home boys and girls?” That’s the question Bosco wants everyone to ask themselves as new toys and electrical goods enter the home in the run-up to Christmas.
Dublin-based IT company Agile Networks has completed a €200,000 contract with asset management firm Pepper Island to install state-of-the-art networks in its offices in counties Clare and Dublin.
Improper Butter, a start-up founded by 24 year old Elaine Lavery, has won the Jumpstart 2014 competition at the The LINC (Learning and Innovation Centre), Institute of Technology (IT) Blanchardstown.
25.08.2014 Having a sustainability plan and Origin Green charter has been the key driver in Dawn Meats achieving a 90pc reduction in thermal energy consumption on one of its major sites and a 50pc reduction on other sites between 2012 and 2013.
22.08.2014 Lean thinking, customer development frameworks and business model innovation are transforming how new products are built and how growth strategies are developed, writes Mary Cronin.
21.08.2014 In the first of a new series on corporate governance, we consider the role of the non-executive director.
19.08.2014 Roddy Doyle’s The Barrytown Trilogy has been selected as the Dublin: One City One Book for 2015.