Theme is ‘Generations in Irish Food’
04.03.2015 Cloud software company LogMeIn revealed plans to create 90 new jobs as it officially opened its newly extended EMEA headquarters in the Bloodstone Building on Sir John...
27.02.2015 The Marketing Institute of Ireland has revealed the final line-up for DMX Dublin 2015, featuring some of the hottest names in global digital marketing.
Theme is ‘Generations in Irish Food’
It was launched this week
Four players will win new models in 2015
Total revenue for 2014 was €3.129bn
They were up 21pc over the previous year
03.03.2015 The 2015 Reward Trend Snapshot Survey was released.
03.03.2015 She will take part in a series of events over next year.
03.03.2015 This is over next 18 months.
02.03.2015 It is being held on 27 March.
The Rugby Business Network, one of the largest sports groups on LinkedIn with over 25,000 members, last night held its latest networking event at the company’s international headquarters in Dublin.
The St Patrick’s Festival ‘I Love My City’ 2015 cultural programme has been launched.
Aldi Ireland has announced a three-year partnership, worth a six-figure sum, with youth organisation Foróige.
The 10th annual Aware charity walk has been launched.
Cloud software company LogMeIn revealed plans to create 90 new jobs as it officially opened its newly extended EMEA headquarters in the Bloodstone Building on Sir John Rogerson's Quay in Dublin this morning.
There was further expansion of activity in the Irish service sector in February, with the domestic economy a key driver of growth, according to Investec’s latest monthly Services Purchasing Managers’ Index.
The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry will hear from economists Dr Peter Bacon and Prof Alan Ahearne this morning.
Food was always in the genes for Felim Meade – his father (Patrick Meade) set up Roma pasta in the early 1960s. The Meades also own the restaurant chain Graham O’Sullivan’s. In November 2013 Felim Meade and his partner Brian Goff opened Stephen’s Green Food Village, which incorporates Green & Baker restaurant and deli, Eddie Rockets, El Gringo Burrito, Insomnia and new creation Tuk Tuk Asian kitchen.
Ryanair has announced the purchase of an additional three Boeing 737-800 aircraft for delivery in early 2016.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton has established an inter-agency group to coordinate the Government’s response to the 200 job losses at Mondelez Ireland announced this week.
Vienna continues to be the city with the world’s best quality of living, according to the Mercer 2015 Quality of Living rankings.
Londoners and visitors to the UK’s capital city are set to enjoy the poetry of William Butler Yeats – in the Underground – in this special 150th birthday year of the Irish Nobel-winning poet.
Ryanair raised €850m through the issuance yesterday of an eight-year euro bond at a fixed coupon of 1.125pc.
Event management company Platinum Events is holding a ‘Campus bus tour’ for small businesses in April to help them to engage better with universities in terms of accessing research and innovation.
The plain packaging legislation for tobacco products proposed by Dr James Reilly last year has passed through all stages of the Oireachtas with cross-party backing.
The West Waterford Festival of Food has been launched at Dromana House in Cappoquin, Co Waterford with the theme ‘Generations in Irish Food’.
The BT Young Scientist Business Bootcamp 2015 is up and running University College Dublin (UCD) this week.
Davy said today that it has agreed to buy independent outsourcing firm Trusted Advisor Group for an undisclosed amount.
A pilsner-style draught lager from Tipperary launched last summer, Clonmel 1650, won the International Keg Lager Gold Medal at the International Brewing Awards in the UK recently.
Irish software company Terminalfour plans to expand its North American operations and recruit 15 new people at its US headquarters (HQ) in Boston over the next 18 months.
UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School is offering up to three MBA and nine MSc scholarships through its Aspire Scholarship Programme 2015, which was launched this week.
Topaz has announced a year-long partnership with Seat Ireland for its Play or Park loyalty programme.
Total Produce has reported total revenue of €3.129bn in 2014, down 1.4pc over the previous year.
Over three-quarters (78pc) of Irish businesses are expecting to award pay increases in 2015, compared to 64pc in 2014, according to PwC’s 2015 Reward Trend Snapshot Survey.
Paddy Power has reported record profits before tax of €167m, up 21pc over the previous year.
Footballer Stephanie Roche will take part in a series of events over the next year as a new ambassador for FBD Hotels & Resorts.
CSA Czech Airlines has announced the launch of a new twice weekly route from Cork to Ibiza for summer 2015. Operating from 11 June to 21 September, the route will add over 8,000 seats to Cork Airport’s schedule.
KBC Bank Ireland is making a total fund of €100,000 available for creative projects by community groups through its Bright Ideas initiative.
The biotechnology and pharmaceutical sectors are undergoing major changes caused by increased research in the areas of biomedicine and biogenetics in recent years and much more detailed knowledge of the impacts this will have on the industry at large.
Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Simon Coveney joined Anna Geary of the Cork Camogie team to officially open the new Coca-Cola Zero Bike station at Cork’s City Hall today.
Microfinance Ireland has announced that it has raised an additional €15m in loan finance to lend to micro-enterprises.
Donegal County Council intends to give planning permission to the new Bio-marine Ingredients Ireland (BII) facility in Killybegs, which will mean the creation of 70 new jobs, with an additional 50 jobs to be created during construction phase.
International teamwork event organiser Tough Mudder has partnered with soft drinks company Britvic to jointly develop a customised event aimed at children called the Fruit Shoot Mini Mudder.
O2 Ireland’s 1.5 million customers are being switched over to the Three brand today.
Facilities management, food and property provider Aramark Ireland has created 17 new jobs following the integration of Sligo-based Lotus Facilities Management (FM), which was acquired by Aramark in 2013.
Oil and gas exploration and production company Petroceltic said today that Don Wolcott and Joe Mach have resigned as non-executive directors, effective immediately.
Activity in Irish manufacturing increased again in February, according to the latest Investec Purchasing Managers’ Index for the sector which posted a rate 57.5 for the month, the highest performance since December 1999.
Grafton Group plc said today that it has completed the acquisition of TG Lynes Ltd, a distributor of mechanical engineering products serving London and the south east region in the UK. The terms of the deal have not been disclosed.
Over 90 healthcare leaders from around the world were in Dublin last week for the HealthXL Global Gathering – an initiative aimed at identifying the most innovative solutions in digital health.
Irish Independent Park – formerly Musgrave Park – in Cork was officially opened on Saturday evening by Minister for Agriculture, Food, the Marine and Defence Simon Coveney.
Planning applications in Ireland increased by 12pc in 2014, while project commencements were up by 30pc, according to the latest edition of the National Housing Construction Index.
Hibernia Reit plc said today that it has exchanged contracts to buy Cumberland House on Fenian St in Dublin 2, from Morretino Ltd for €49m.
The Irish Cancer Society and its lead partner for Daffodil Day, Dell Ireland, have launched an appeal to companies and businesses all over Ireland to support the event, which is being held on 27 March.
Irish hospitality investment company iNua Hospitality has bought the five-star Muckross Park Hotel and Spa in Killarney, Co Kerry for over €6m.
Some Lotto machines across the country were down earlier today, however the service is now back.
Fuels and convenience retailer Topaz has received a special laureate award to mark its tenth year of being recognised as one of the Best Workplaces in Ireland.
Some Lotto machines across the country are not working.
Ireland has maintained an overall grading of C+ for satisfaction with life in Ireland, according to a report released by philanthropic organisation Community Foundation for Ireland.
Dublin-based start-up Youth Nation is to create 25 jobs this year in marketing, digital media and business development to add to its existing team of 40 people.
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.