Molson Coors has secured distribution rights for Damm beers
23.04.2015 Dublin is now back to or near its peak position across a range of economic indicators, while further improvement is expected over the next 12 months, according to the first in a...
22.04.2015 Online fashion platform Zalando has announced plans to create up to 200 jobs in Dublin over the next three years.
Molson Coors has secured distribution rights for Damm beers
Design features Yeats as the artist, the poet and the romantic
They are Ralph Moran and Glenn Brannelly
It features over 40 healthy recipes
It is taking place in Dublin next month
24.04.2015 Company is a contact and technology services centre.
24.04.2015 Minister for the Diaspora Jimmy Deenihan has launched campaign.
24.04.2015 It was carried out among Joe.ie, Sportsjoe.ie, Her.ie and Herfamily.ie.
23.04.2015 It has begun accepting applications.
23.04.2015 This will be over the next five years.
Breege O’Donoghue and Gordon Hardie are to be honoured this evening at the UCD Business Alumni of the Year 2015 awards fundraising dinner at the InterContinental Hotel, Dublin.
Multilingual international support centre Voxpro has appointed Colm Condon as its new HR director.
Ulster University said today that it has awarded the £150m contract for phase two of the its new Belfast campus to a joint venture between local firm, Lagan Construction Group and Portuguese firm, Somague Group.
IO Systems has completed a project to provide and install 116 automated tray return systems (ATRS) at Dubai International Airport in order to streamline the passenger experience.
A third year BA in Journalism student from Griffith College in Cork has been awarded funding to go to Africa and produce a multimedia project under the mentorship of journalist from Storyful.com Della Kilroy.
Molson Coors has secured exclusive distribution rights for Damm beers including Estrella Damm, Daura and Inedit beers in the Republic of Ireland.
Minister for the Diaspora, Jimmy Deenihan has launched a campaign to encourage members of the Irish diaspora home to run the SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon.
The Central Bank is to issue a limited edition a €15 silver proof WB Yeats coin in June.
Three French naval training ships will pay a courtesy visit to Dún Laoghaire Harbour in May.
Two 17 year old Irish technology enthusiasts, Ralph Moran and Glenn Brannelly, have created a new app for the Apple Watch called HurryApp.
Experts from the country’s leading children’s and youth organisations will gather to highlight the vital importance for young people of a ‘Yes’ vote in the upcoming marriage equality referendum on Monday, 27 April, at 9am in Dublin City Council Civic Offices.
London headquartered publishing and education company Pearson said today that its chairman of more than nine years, Glen Moreno, is to step down from the board in the next 12 months.
Maximum Media has launched A Slice of Ireland research, which was carried out in March amongst its four readership groups – Joe.ie, Sportsjoe.ie, Her.ie and Herfamily.ie.
Former Miss World, model and nutritionist Rosanna Davison has launched her new website RosannaDavisonNutrition.com.
International group Agora Publishing is to establish a multilingual contact centre and technology services centre in Waterford, which will add 100 new jobs to its operations there over the next three years.
A London Underground station is to be commercially renamed for the first time ever this Sunday.
Essentra, an international supplier of specialist packaging products, has appointed DCC chief executive Tommy Breen as a non-executive director.
A €30m investment, funding 23 major research projects and delivered through the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Investigators Programme, has been announced today.
It’s a first world problem many are familiar with – being out and about with a dwindling phone battery and nowhere to charge it up.
Bank of Ireland has reaffirmed its headline growth forecasts of 4.2pc for GDP and 3.7pc for GNP in 2015.
Ford Ireland is to be the main sponsor for annual fundraising event the ‘Make-a-Wish Crystal Ball’, which is taking place in Dublin next month.
Norwegian-based international chemical company Yara has opened a dry ice manufacturing site in Dublin employing five people.
Dublin is now back to or near its peak position across a range of economic indicators, while further improvement is expected over the next 12 months, according to the first in a new quarterly monitor focused specifically on the capital.
Education in Ireland’s International Student Ambassador Awards ceremony took place at Farmleigh in Dublin today (23 April) attended by Minister for Education and Skills Jan O’Sullivan.
Dublin City Council has granted planning permission for a development at 5 Hanover Quay, Dublin 2, comprising 18,000 sq m of office space and 100 apartments.
Almost three in four Irish people claim to be a good cook, according to a new survey by UTV Ireland, which finds that 73pc of Irish people say they think they are pretty handy in the kitchen.
Dublin-based mobility solutions provider Diona has signed a commercial business partnership with IT solutions provider Gulf Business Machines (GBM) during the trade mission to the Middle East taking place this week.
Aidan Power is director of marketing and corporate affairs at KBC Bank Ireland.
PCH’s start-up programme Highway1 has begun accepting applications for its autumn 2015 hardware accelerator programme and is looking for 15 hardware start-ups from around the world to take part.
Enterprise Ireland's five-day, five city trade mission to the Gulf region has resulted in an initial €16m in new contracts for Irish companies as well as 28 new jobs.
Irish headquartered consultancy Miagen plans to take on 40 extra new staff between its Dublin and Abu Dhabi offices over the next five years.
The National Library of Ireland (NLI) has announced that it is archiving websites related to the upcoming marriage equality referendum.
Over 60 teenagers have attended an event in Leinster House, Dublin as part of the Youth Voice programme, which was the first of its kind in Ireland.
The 10 millionth journey on the public bike hire scheme Coca-Cola Zero Dublinbikes was taken in Inchicore this morning.
Dell has announced that it is creating 100 new innovation technology R&D roles at its Limerick campus.
Over one third (35pc) of Dublin’s city centre offices are taken up by firms in the technology, media and telecoms (TMT) sector – the highest proportion in Europe, according to research by real estate services firm Colliers International.
PermanentTSB has announced plans to price its initial public offering (IPO) at between €3.90 and €4.50 per ordinary share, which at the mid-point of the range would give it a market capitalisation of around €1.93bn.
Over 200 community food projects have received grant funding of between €250 and €2,500 each from the Grow it Yourself (GIY) Get Ireland Growing Fund in association with AIB.
McDonald’s has this week announced a commitment on deforestation across its global supply chain.
The annual Bloomsday Festival will take place this year from 11–16 June and the full line-up has been announced.
Irish TV presenter Brian Ormond has become a brand ambassador for car dealership Kearys Renault Cork.
The Docklands Business Forum’s (DBF) 5th annual Docklands Volunteer Day is taking place this Friday, 24 April with the objective of connecting local businesses and employees with the area and encouraging a greater sense of community.
Leading scientists have called for bold action by decision-makers to pave the way for a successful international agreement to reduce the risk of dangerous climate change at the launch this week of the Earth League’s first ‘Earth Statement’.
Sixteen year old Shíofra Ryan from Co Offaly has won the top award at this year’s Student Enterprise Awards national finals for a new type of hurling boot she has invented.
Tourism Ireland’s central marketing director, Mark Henry, has been elected vice-chair of the European Travel Commission (ETC).
Grafton Recruitment has announced the appointment a new senior management team, including Aaron O’Brien as managing director.
American logistics multinational UPS has officially opened a new consolidated financial service centre in Citywest Business Park in Dublin, where 105 jobs have been created over the past two years.
The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) is currently evaluating over 100 investment proposals and expects to commit up to €1bn in additional investments in Ireland by the end of the year, according to its director, Eugene O’Callaghan.
Heneghan PR has announced the expansion of its offering with the addition of strategic senior consultant support to the agency and its clients.
Chief executive and co-founder of Irish tech start-up Trustev Pat Phelan describes the past year or so since he moved to the New York to oversee the company’s US expansion as a “whirlwind” and it’s hardly surprising.
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.