Tourism Ireland launches #LoveDublin and #PictureBelfast social media campaign, targeting ‘social energisers’ in Britain this autumn
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23.09.2014 The instruments division of US medical technology company Stryker is to build a new 44,000 sq ft surgical innovation centre in Cork, which will focus on research and development...
23.09.2014 Primark has opened its ninth store in the Netherlands, in the city of Venlo, with plans to open a further seven outlets in Europe this year.
It has launched its submission
The company also joins the FTSE4Good Europe Index
This is for the six months to 23 August 2014
It is run in association with AIB
22.09.2014 It has acquired 66pc stake that it did not already own.
22.09.2014 He has been project director since 2007.
22.09.2014 Comedy sketch show is returning.
22.09.2014 Enterprise Ireland’s event has been opened in Dublin.
22.09.2014 It's getting over 4,300 unique visitors a month.
A crew from a French TV travel and culture show called Faut Pas Rever is capturing footage of the 44th Irish National Hot Air Ballooning Championships in Waterford this week.
New title sponsor of the Dublin Fringe Tiger Beer is running an out of home campaign to promote the festival involving special photo booths at Meeting House Square and the Project Arts Centre amongst other formats.
The Arts Council has today unveiled a revamped version of its Culturefox online arts events guide.
The instruments division of US medical technology company Stryker is to build a new 44,000 sq ft surgical innovation centre in Cork, which will focus on research and development (R&D).
Ciara Judge, Émer Hickey and Sophie Healy-Thow were last night named the overall winners at the Google Science Fair in California.
Primark has opened its ninth store in the Netherlands, in the city of Venlo, with plans to open a further seven outlets in Europe this year.
Over 250 Centra stores around Ireland are hosting a local ‘pink walk’ this October as part of its ‘Let’s Walk’ initiative which aims to raise funds for the Irish Cancer Society’s Action Breast Cancer programme.
Leading Irish companies are meeting for the first time today in Dublin to discuss how they can support transgender employees in their workplaces.
Tesco’s new chief financial officer, Alan Stewart, is to take up his position today, more than two months ahead of his planned start date.
Dublin Airport and Shannon Airport were last night named among five winners of global marketing awards at the World Routes 2014 conference in Chicago.
Outsourced sales solutions company CPM has launched a recruitment drive today for 300 positions around the country.
Financial services group Allianz is to invest €140m in Irish commercial real estate investment vehicle Iput.
Investment firm MML Capital has taken a 55pc stake in Lisburn-based company Lowe Refrigeration in partnership with the existing management team there led by CEO Rodney Lowry.
University College Cork is among 17 finalists in the 2014 European Business Awards for the Environment (EBAE).
The new Europa series €10 note comes into circulation in Ireland and across the eurozone today.
Connacht Gold butter is to sponsor the new RTE TV series ‘Rachel Allen: All Things Sweet’ this autumn.
UPC has welcomed the first broadcast of Ireland’s first fully fledged, dedicated parliamentary channel Oireachtas TV, which is being carried on UPC channel 207.
Good corporate citizenship runs deep in pharmacy chain Boots. In a mission statement drafted before the term was coined, its founding family made a pledge: “We declare – for pure drugs, for qualified assistants, for first class shops, for reasonable prices, for your good health and for moderate profits” to “minister to the comfort of the community in a hundred ways”. That was in 1897.
Details of a new petition being organised by the National Adult Literacy Agency (Nala) and calling for plain English to be used by Government have been unveiled in Dublin.
Google has entered into a partnership with Fáilte Ireland to deliver a new initiative to demonstrate the advantages of being online to Irish tourism businesses.
Irish software technology company SoftCo is to become the main sponsor of St Mary’s College Rugby Football Club in Templeogue in Dublin.
Sheelagh Carroll is head of commercial with the Kefron Group, a document and information management provider.
Bank of Ireland has announced that the 200,000 visitors intending to go to the National Ploughing Championships this week can plan their day out in advance thanks to Street View technology.
A new express ‘no appointment necessary’ hairdressing service has opened at Darcys Hairdressing on Paul Street, Cork.
Enterprise Ireland’s International Markets Week event has been opened in Dublin where over 600 Irish companies are getting the opportunity to discuss international growth strategies with the agency’s team of overseas market specialists.
Tourism Ireland has unveiled two new films as part of a novel social media campaign to showcase Dublin and Belfast to potential visitors in Britain this autumn.
Prof John Flood has been appointed to the newly created McCann FitzGerald Chair of International Law and Business at University College Dublin’s Sutherland School of Law.
Andrew Hetherington is Business to Arts’ new chief executive, having been promoted from project director, a position he has held at the organisation since 2007.
The Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI) today launched its pre-Budget submission 2015 entitled ‘A Progressive Plan to retain current effective measures in Government, maintain and grow employment in the restaurant industry, and sustain economic competitiveness in Ireland’.
The Supporting SMEs online tool launched by the Government in May is getting over 4,300 unique visitors a month with an average 38-40pc return rate every month.
Friends First has acquired the 66pc stake in the Blackrock Shopping Centre that it did not already own in a transaction believed to be worth in the region of €50m.
Kellogg’s Squares has announced today that the snack brand is to be the new sponsor of RTÉ Two comedy sketch show Damo & Ivor.
Smurfit Kappa Group plc is one of 46 companies to be added to the FTSE4Good Global Index from today. The company also joins the FTSE4Good Europe Index.
Tesco has cut its profit forecast for the six months to 23 August 2014 by £250m after uncovering an accounting error.
Dublin has a minimum housing unit requirement of over 35,000 units between now and 2018, but current granted planning permissions for just 26,000 units, resulting in a shortfall of a minimum of 9,000 units, according to a new report on the housing supply capacity in the capital.
The sale of FeedHenry to Red Hat Inc for €63.5m, agreed last week, will deliver over €14m in cash to its Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital Venture Funds.
GIY (Grow it Yourself) has announced the winning 110 community food-growing projects around the country that will receive grants of between €500 and €2,500 from the Get Ireland Growing Fund in association with AIB.
Co-founders of Showoff Shane Byrne and Philip Kirwan have won the Wicklow’s Best Young Entrepreneur 2014 competition organised by the county’s Local Enterprise Office (LEO).
Up to 90,000 new jobs could be created by clear climate action by Irish business and Government by 2050, according to a new report released by the Irish Corporate Leaders on Climate Change.
Lord Mayor of Dublin Christy Burke will officially launch the community garden and recently installed geodesic dome, located on Reuben St, Dublin 8 on 20 September.
Since The Little Museum of Dublin was set up by Trevor White and Simon O’Connor in 2011, partnerships have played a crucial role in its existence.
Vodafone has announced its price plans for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which customers can register for online from today.
Ties between the west of Ireland and the Boston area have been deepened as the newly elected Mayor of the most Irish city in the US Marty Walsh began his Irish ‘homecoming’ with a business breakfast – his first official engagement on his visit – at Shannon Airport.
Dublin-based medical devices company Neuromod Devices is set to launch its tinnitus treatment Mutebutton in Ireland on schedule in December further to securing ISO 13485 certification for its quality management system.
Dublin has been announced as one of 13 host cities for the 2020 European Championship.
Five brewers and distilleries will have invested over €199m in the Dublin 8 area by 2017 with three new distilleries and a craft brewery currently in various stages of planning, according to co-founder of Dublin Whiskey Company Marie Byrne.
The Ballygowan Gold campaign, which saw Ballygowan’s blue labels turn gold since April 2014, has hit its target of €100,000 to help fund essential Irish Cancer Society and Marie Curie Cancer Care (Northern Ireland) nursing services and support cancer patients and their families.
Core Media Group has announced the appointment of Aidan Greene as deputy CEO.
The Aldi Marquee is set to appear at this year’s National Ploughing Championships at Ratheniska, Co Laois next week.
A total of 115 jobs are to be created at DairyGold in Mallow, Co Cork.
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.