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Meath’s Kate Madden comes second in global student competition

Meath entrepreneur Kate Madden was the only female to make the finals of the prestigious competition.  Latest

MindaClient builds new CRM platform for post-Covid-19 business world

The ability to manage staff, allocate work and check progress in real-time are distinguishing features within the Rebuild platform. Latest

Ruben Hamilius: All signs pointed to Ireland

Stephen Larkin speaks to Ruben Hamilius, founder of Business Games, about bringing the company to Ireland and the importance of continually training employees throughout Covid-19. Latest

CDS create innovative product to stop the spread of Covid-19

CDS specialises in the design, manufacture, and installation of metalwork features such as staircases, balustrades, handrails, furniture, canopies and even shipping containers using a range of different metals. Latest

IE Domain Registry records huge growth in H1 as Covid-19 hit Ireland

Over 40 per cent of new registrations occurred in May and June, as businesses reacted to the Government's closure orders. Guide

Five things Covid-19 has taught us about climate action

Tracy O’Rourke, CEO of Vivid Edge, looks at five things that Covid-19 has taught us about climate action. Guide

Edamame sets out to make Ireland more sustainable

Edamame was started by Zoe Hertelendi in December 2018 and plans to "disrupt and fix the current corporate gifting market". Guide

A closer look at the PropTech movement

Is technological revolution in real estate about costs and efficiency or about the potential to transform society, asks Sarah Lynch, divisional director of property & facilities management at BNPPRE, as she unpicks the PropTech movement and its practical manifestation. Guide

Irish companies face potential fines for non-compliance with GDPR

Dave McEvoy of Sligo based digital company, Dmac Media has warned businesses that they may not be compliant with the new guidance on cookie compliance. Guide

Will automation improve the quality of service in the public sector?

According to the survey, 77pc of Irish people believe automation would enhance the quality of service in the public sector. Guide