It takes place on 19 September in locations across Ireland
18.09.2014 Annual growth in the Dublin private rented market in the year to the end of June this year was 10.5pc, with Dublin house rents up by 8.5pc and Dublin apartment rents up by 12.1pc.
17.09.2014 Owner of Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey William Grant & Sons has officially opened its new €35m state-of-the-art distillery in Tullamore, Co Offaly following two years of...
It takes place on 19 September in locations across Ireland
There are 30 in total
Founded in 1975, it is an international, not-for-profit organisation
They were chosen from a shortlist of 30
It’s the 19th store for TK Maxx in Ireland
18.09.2014 This is for use on board fleet of 300 Boeing 737-800s.
18.09.2014 Company operates in 111 countries.
18.09.2014 They are being invited to come up with fresh new idents.
18.09.2014 Majority are confident about prospects for Irish economy.
17.09.2014 This follows two years of construction.
With just 365 days to go until TV3 launches the IRB Rugby World Cup 2015, the station has announced that former Ireland captain Keith Wood will join its panel of experts for coverage of the tournament in 2015.
American company Digital Realty Trust has opened a €150m data centre campus in Digital Profile Park in Dublin.
Tyndall National Institute and Waterford Institute of Technology’s Telecommunications Software & Systems Group (TSSG) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that will seek to draw down €82m of funding available through the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme and create 10 spin outs.
Chief executive of Bord Bia Aidan Cotter launched a new Origin Green promotional video featuring Irish actress Saoirse Ronan at an event in Dublin today, 18 September.
Former Dublin goalkeeper and double All-Ireland winner John O'Leary has literally gone up the hill for Jack & Jill with his three-year old son Tom on his shoulders.
The use of mobile devices to access the internet has increased by 67pc worldwide over the last 12 months, according to the independent website analytics company StatCounter.
Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has predicted that the Irish economy will grow by 4.5pc this year.
The famous Chinawhite nightclub is to open in the city centre of Belfast.
Ireland’s discount retailer Dealz is celebrating the opening of its 32nd store in Dundalk and will be opening its 33rd store on Merchant’s Quay in Cork this weekend.
The CSO figures for Q2 2014 show that the Irish economy grew by 7.7pc in GDP terms and by 9pc in GNP terms year-on-year.
An overwhelming majority of Ireland’s SME sector are confident about the prospects for the Irish economy and their businesses. These are the views of Irish private and family businesses (SMEs) participating in the PwC 2014 Irish CEO Pulse Survey.
Director of the Arts Council Orlaith McBride has urged the public to explore all that is on offer on Culture Night, which takes place tomorrow, 19 September in locations across Ireland.
RSM Farrell Grant Sparks International Network RSM has won the International Accounting Bulletin (IAB) ‘Network of the Year’ Award.
The Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring has announced that funding of approximately €257,000 is now being made available to Mayo County Council for remedial works at all the county’s Wild Atlantic Way discovery points – totalling 30 sites in all along the Co Mayo coast.
Leinster Rugby and Ireland player Devin Toner has been appointed a non-executive director of Enactus Ireland.
Skoda Ireland has announced a special finance offer for Irish Famers’ Association (IFA) members whereby Skoda will contribute €1,000 towards a finance deposit on any new Skoda purchased by IFA members.
Mobile services provide Zamano has reported sales of €8.718m for the first half of 2014.
Ryanair has signed a long-term deal with Navtech Inc, a leader in flight operations software and services, to provide aeronautical charts and flight management system (FMS) data for use on board its fleet of 300 Boeing 737-800s.
TenderScout, Restored Hearing and Love & Robots were last night named as the three finalists of the ESB Spark of Genius Award at the 2014 Web Summit.
A new TK Maxx store will open today in the Dundrum Town Centre, creating 75 new jobs.
3e has launched its ‘3e Xccelerator Programme’ inviting third-level students from around the country to ignite their creativity and fuel their imagination by coming up with fresh new idents for the channel.
Annual growth in the Dublin private rented market in the year to the end of June this year was 10.5pc, with Dublin house rents up by 8.5pc and Dublin apartment rents up by 12.1pc.
EWS Butchers from Donegal town has been named Craft Butcher Shop of the Year by Associated Craft Butchers of Ireland (ACBI), beating competition from 100 other butcher shops around the country.
Thousands of people across Ireland are expected to take part in the long-running Bewley’s initiative ‘Ireland’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ tomorrow, 18 September, which aims to raise €1m for local hospice services.
Dublin City Council’s cultural venues will open their doors from 5pm until late to welcome all interested culture enthusiasts on Culture Night, Friday, 19 September.
Munster-based eHealth technology company SportsClinicPlus has rebranded to Salaso Health Solutions and appointed a new chairperson with significant US and European experience.
NDRC, Ireland’s earliest stage investor in new technology ventures, has selected 14 new start-ups for investment and to take part in its award-winning NDRC LaunchPad acceleration programme.
Tesco Mobile Ireland (TMI) said today that its subscriber base has grown by 50,000 in the last year to more than 250,000 customers.
SuperValu is building an entire village for this year’s National Ploughing Championships.
Two Irish businesses, IDME and Home Instead Senior Care, have entered into a partnership to mark World Alzheimer’s Day next Sunday, 21 September.
Owner of Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey William Grant & Sons has officially opened its new €35m state-of-the-art distillery in Tullamore, Co Offaly following two years of construction.
An Post is holding event on 24 September where joint managing director of Cara Group Ramona Nicholas of RTE’s Dragons’ Den fame will share her top tips on how to successfully market a business.
The Dáil returns from its summer break today.
LinkedIn has announced today the return of ‘Bring In Your Parents Day’ on Thursday, 6 November 2014 after research revealed that one in three parents don’t know what their children do for a living.
The number of Irish companies with a turnover of less than €500,000 which accessed asset-based finance went up by almost 40pc to 338 in the year to the end of June 2014, according to figures released by the Asset Based Finance Association (ABFA).
Benchmark Automotive, Happynest, Stayhold and National Athlete Development Academy (NADA) have been announced as the finalists in this year’s Fingal Enterprise Awards.
The Irish Archives Resource (IAR), represented by a voluntary group of professional archivists, has launched an information flyer in the National Archives about Ireland’s only archive web portal, to mark its expansion and the provision of access to hundreds of unique archival collections.
The first Irish designed and developed microchip, the Galileo board, will receive the ‘Design in Ireland’ award at the Irish Technology Leadership Group's (ITLG) 7th Annual Silicon Valley Global Awards at Stanford University on 8 October.
Irish renewable energy group Gaelectric has announced the acquisition of biomass energy solutions provider Imperative Energy Ltd for an undisclosed sum.
Jake Walshe of Screen Scene has been elected president of the 2014-15 board of ICAD (Institute of Creative Advertising and Design).
Four out of five (81pc) directors believe corporate governance standards in Ireland have improved in recent years, while 71pc believe directors and boards have learned from governance failings of the past, according to research issued today by the Institute of Directors in Ireland (IoD).
The Rockbrook Estate in Sandyford, Dublin 18, has been put on the market for €80m.
Energia has agreed a new affinity deal with Early Childhood Ireland, which will mean early childhood care and education facilities around Ireland will be able to access special savings on their energy costs.
Tourism Ireland has launched a new strategy which sets out the target of a 47pc increase in the number of Canadian visitors to the island of Ireland to reach 184,000 by the end of 2016.
New OECD BEPS proposals for international corporate tax reform will offer significant opportunities for the Irish economy, according to Ibec.
Details of the second annual Global Cork Economic Forum, which takes place on Wednesday, 1 October in City Hall, Cork, have been announced by the newly appointed Cork City Council chief executive Ann Doherty and Tim Lucey, Cork County Council chief executive.
Sage Ireland has published five short tips for businesses in order to prepare for e-day, which is this Friday, 19 September.
Doughnut brand Krispy Kreme UK has created a giant box of 2,400 doughnuts to launch its new service for big occasions.
Irish companies Nualight and Oxymem have been shortlisted for the UK's Energy Awards 2014.
Fyffes and Chiquita have confirmed that they are in discussions with the European Commission regarding possible limited commitments with a view to obtaining clearance of their previously announced merger transaction by the Commission in its initial Phase I review period.
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.