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Simply Fit Food raise €1500 in 48 hours to feed frontline 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. Latest

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. Latest

A tasty Belgian delight from Phoenix Delite

After being made redundant in 2010, Pascale Van Riet decided to start her own company, creating luxury handmade Belgian chocolates and truffles. Case Study

How is Covid-19 impacting our behaviours and attitudes?

As Covid-19 ushers in rapid societal changes and a ‘new normal’ descends, what is the behavioural and economic impact? Guide

6 new digital start-ups to watch in Dublin

Ventures in the latest NDRC cohort will see up to €130,000, of which €100,000 is cash, invested into each business. Guide

If your income has been hit by Covid-19

If your income and personal finances have been impacted by the Covid-19 crisis, what are the financial supports and options available to you? Guide

Latest supports for Irish businesses hit by Covid-19

As well as tougher social distancing rules, the Government of Ireland has outlined more financial supports for individuals and businesses impacted by Covid-19. Guide

Irish hospitality sector needs financial support to survive Covid-19

PwC report calls for 75pc income support for hospitality sector workers as well as working capital to restart sector post-Covid-19. Guide

Smart farms of the future to start with connected tractors

Irish tech firm Cubic Telecom with is going off-road with CNH Industrial to help farmers drive the smart farms of the future using the internet of things. Guide

“All hands-on deck” for HSE staff as recruitment drive continues

The combat Covid-19, the HSE is looking to “hire everybody we can possibly find to work in the health service”, according to Minister Harris. Guide