10 results for ‘IT’

Bank of Ireland donates €1m to communities hit by Covid-19

Bank of Ireland is donating €1m in emergency funding to communities with urgent needs arising from the Covid-19 pandemic. Latest

Menuu: Helping restaurants go digital during Covid-19

The online ordering service will be offered completely expedited within 24 hours, and the company is also waving its setup fees and implementation fees for this service. Latest

It will cost €50bn for Ireland to address climate change

€50bn in public and private investment will be required over the next 10 years for Ireland to address climate change and meet 2030 targets. Guide

Remote workers may be entitled to tax relief

Every cloud has a silver lining and for many workers who are working from home during Covid-19, the good news is you may be entitled to tax relief. Guide

Getting to grips with doing business in isolation

Businesses have no choice but to quickly get to grips with remote working. Trevor Dunne, head of Technology Consulting at Grant Thornton Ireland, reveals how. Guide

Motivating students a high priority for teachers

EdTech experts The Learnovate Centre offer advice on how to motivate students while distance learning. Guide

12 finalists for Ireland Funds’ Business Plan Competition

Twelve teams from all over Ireland have been shortlisted for the Ireland Funds’ Business Plan Competition and will vie for a €27,000 prize fund. Guide

Code Institute raises €1.2m to accelerate European expansion

Dublin-headquartered edtech provider Code Institute has raised €1.2m through the Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital Growth Funds II. Latest

Simply Fit Food raises €1,500 to feed front line workers

During this time of uncertainty, Simply Fit Food has reassessed its business model, while also stepping up their support for frontline healthcare workers and vulnerable customers. Guide

Listen to The ThinkBusiness Podcast, 2nd edition

John Cormican from Jaguar Land Rover on the future of cars, the impact of Galway Technology Centre, Shannon Group’s vision and reviving 1,400 years of printing in Kells. Guide