Research results to be revealed at event in Science Gallery
27.01.2015 Twitter has launched group Direct Messages and a new mobile video experience to all Twitter users.
26.01.2015 Ticket marketplace Viagogo Group intends to double its workforce in Ireland to 200 people over the next three years, supported by IDA Ireland.
Research results to be revealed at event in Science Gallery
It's taking place on 26 February in Croke Park
Sales of iPhones exceeded expectations
Winning team will lift it on 21 March
Non-first time buyers will be allowed a maximum of 80pc of loan to value
28.01.2015 Event held on 27 January.
28.01.2015 Its net income for 2014 was €3.3bn.
28.01.2015 It carries a prize fund of €50,000.
28.01.2015 Over 35 of them to attend.
28.01.2015 This is for an undisclosed amount.
National agency Skillnets has announced a new €350,000 training fund aimed at private sector companies.
Businesses are now focused on growth for the future and the outlook is positive for 2015, writes Ulster Bank in Ireland CEO, Jim Brown.
Some 58 sustainable transport projects in Cork, Galway, Limerick and Waterford are to receive €15.35m, while €2.15m is being allocated to enhance accessibility for wheelchair and other users, Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe, announced today.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has teamed up with the Digital Youth Council (DYC) to explore the media consumption habits of young people in the digital age.
Two-thirds of attendees at the Checkout Conference, held in association with Rabobank on 27 January, feel that SuperValu is ‘putting its money where its mouth is’ when supporting Irish suppliers.
Dublin-based software provider Fenergo is expanding internationally with plans to take on 30 extra people at its offices in Dublin, Boston in the US, and Sydney, Australia.
In the year to December, residential property prices nationally rose by 16.3pc, according to the CSO.
The volume of retail sales in Ireland in December 2014 was up by 0.5pc over the previous month, while there was an increase of 5.1pc in the annual figure, according to the Central Statistics Office.
A dedicated music panel is to feature at the upcoming 2015 Irish Sponsorship Summit (ISS), scheduled for 26 February in Croke Park.
Irish tech entrepreneur and founder of the Keywords English app Joanna Norton is urging women and girls in Ireland to demonstrate how mobile technology impacts on their lives as part of a new online campaign.
Over 35 Dublin-based food producers are expected to generate over €1m in new business through an event where they get to meet 50 trade buyers from some of Ireland’s largest retailers and food service operators.
Irish development and investment group Ardale Property has lodged a planning application to develop a prominent site adjacent to Clarehall Shopping Centre, for what will form phase one of an overall scheme with a total gross value of in excess of €25m.
There is just over week left to enter this year’s Budweiser Dream Job competition, which carries a prize fund of €50,000.
Ikea Group said today that its net income for 2014 was €3.3bn, the same as the previous year, while sales increased by 5.9pc (adjusted for currency impact) from 2013 to €28.7bn.
Apple has posted the highest profits in corporate history as the figure reached $18bn – the biggest ever reported by a public company.
The winning team of 2015 RBS 6 Nations Championship will lift a brand new trophy on 21 March.
Bibby Financial Services Ireland said today that it is making €70m in working capital facilities available to Irish businesses through invoice finance.
Petroceltic said today that it is holding an extraordinary general meeting in Dublin on 25 February.
The Central Bank of Ireland has announced new regulations for residential mortgage lending by financial institutions.
Internet service company Tencent has been named China’s most valuable brand in a new ranking from WPP and Millward Brown.
Dublin-based start-up Boxever has secured a contract with one of the largest online travel agencies in South Eastern Europe Travelplanet24/Tripsta for an undisclosed amount.
Over the next three years, 80pc of energy companies on the island of Ireland intend to increase capital investment to meet EU 2020 Climate and Energy targets, according to an EY report entitled ‘Powering the Economy’ commissioned by the Electricity Association of Ireland.
Tyndall National Institute in Cork has entered into a collaborative project with US and Northern Irish research partners to turn CO2 waste into a renewable, useable energy supply free from carbon emissions.
VHI said today that it is reducing costs on seven of its cheapest health insurance plans by up to 3pc, while prices on the plans are to remain the same.
Future female business leaders working in the world of advertising, PR and media sales are being called upon to put themselves forward for the 2015 Iapi (Institute of Advertising Practitioners) Doyenne Award.
Property values in Ireland increased by an average of 14pc in 2014, according to the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland’s annual residential property report.
Twitter has launched group Direct Messages and a new mobile video experience to all Twitter users.
Exploration company Fastnet said today that its chief financial officer Will Holland is leaving the company with immediate effect after a review of its cost structure “in light of the lower oil price environment”.
MasterCard is looking for innovative start-ups from across Europe to apply for the next edition of its Start Path Europe programme.
Broadcaster Pat Kenny has launched Griffith College’s Griff FM.
Irish IT and cloud services provider MJ Flood Technology is to create 20 jobs and an additional €4.5m in revenue as a result of building Microsoft Office 365 business across Europe.
This week 98FM unveils a new advertising campaign featuring iconic Dublin landscapes.
Aer Lingus has appointed Amsterdam-based KesselsKramer as its new global creative agency following a competitive international selection and pitch process.
To mark the network premiere of Fortitude on Sky Atlantic this week, Sky Media Ireland has created an ice-themed ad break.
A new Irish company called Gema Consulting has launched focused on customer engagement via mobile and digital channels.
With the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland’s (BAI) Code of Programme Standards aim to promote responsible broadcasting, in addition the code seeks to ensure that access to information, entertainment and education – as well as a range of views in the broadcast media – are enhanced and undue offence and harm are reduced.
Cork Senior Camogie captain Anna Geary and Dublin GAA player Paul Flynn have become ambassadors for Ireland’s first Workplace Wellbeing Day.
The Guinness Storehouse has opened its doors to a global virtual audience as one of Ireland’s first businesses to use Google’s Business View.
Dublin Port Company has officially opened its €35m container terminal at Alexandra Quay, which will enable the port to cater for an additional 80,000 20-foot equivalent units (TEUs) a year.
Spanish wine brand Torres is bringing its ‘Wine & Dine in the Dark’ concept to Ireland for a second time, this year teaming up with international charity Sightsavers.
Building and insulation company Kingspan is acquiring Steel Partners NV, holding company of pan-European manufacturer and supplier of insulated panels Joris Ide, for around €315m.
International Airlines Group (IAG) has issued a statement confirming it has submitted an improved proposal to make an offer for Aer Lingus, and that the Aer Lingus board would be willing to recommend it to shareholders.
Fly Leasing has agreed to buy two new Airbus A321 aircraft in a sale and leaseback transaction with what it describes as a leading European airline.
Irish company Oneview Healthcare has secured its first commercial deployment in the Middle East, winning a contract with Mediclinic City Hospital and Mediclinic Welcare Hospital in Dubai.
Three quarters of University College Dublin (UCD) students and staff either walk, cycle or use public transport to get to Belfield, it has emerged.
SSE Airtricity said today that it plans to reduce its household energy prices from 1 April 2015.
Sunway picked up three awards and Aer Lingus won two at the Irish Travel Industry Awards 2015, which were presented at a gala dinner in the Mansion House last week.
Dublin headquartered company Mainstay Medical International has submitted an application to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the US to begin a clinical trial of its device ReActiv8.
This week’s meeting of the Joint Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation will focus on entrepreneurs, women in the tech industry, skills needs and the need for balanced regional development of entrepreneurial hubs.
French airline Europe Airpost is launching a new direct scheduled summer service between Dublin and Halifax, Novia Scotia this summer.
07.01.2015 The coming year will see continued growth in export markets, writes Enterprise Ireland CEO, Julie Sinnamon.
05.01.2015 UCD's Conor Neill provides ten tips that differentiate powerful speakers from the rest.
13.01.2015 Deloitte makes its predictions for the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) sectors in 2015.
Mobile wallet won’t replace traditional wallet yet, but 2015 will be a tipping point towards wider consumer adoption of in-store smartphone payments.