Chrissie Russell

Chrissie Russell

Home-grown talent fuels multinationals

Home-grown talent fuels multinationals

More and more European companies are looking to move their HQs to Ireland, and the experts at The Panel are ready to match the right employees to the new jobs that will be created, writes Chrissie Russell

B is for benefits

B is for benefits

With a wealth of expertise in establishing employee benefit programmes, Acumen & Trust DAC has been playing its part in attracting foreign investors to Ireland, writes Chrissie Russell

IDA keeping the stakes high with aviation

IDA keeping the stakes high with aviation

The IDA has been hugely instrumental in cultivating relationships with key international players in the aviation industry, not only bringing business to Ireland, but ensuring it stays and grows here, writes Chrissie Russell

Western promise spells good news for aviation sector

Western promise spells good news for aviation sector

Shannon IASC is a symbol of how the Irish aviation industry is going from strength to strength, writes Chrissie Russell

Biopharma industry needs to top up its talent pool

Biopharma industry needs to top up its talent pool

The industry is experiencing a growth surge, but are there enough skilled workers to sustain it?

Hovione shows commitment  to the retention of excellence

Hovione shows commitment to the retention of excellence

Portuguese pharma firm Hovione is on the lookout for enterprising and ambitious graduates to work at its manufacturing facility in Cork

Grow your career at Sanofi

Grow your career at Sanofi

The Waterford-based, Paris-headquartered healthcare firm is currently taking applications for its graduate programme

Things are looking up for new graduates

Things are looking up for new graduates

The latest research from gradireland has revealed a big rise in the number of graduates gaining employment

Ireland’s top 20 family cycles

Ireland’s top 20 family cycles

Saddle up, pop on your helmet and make sure the chain’s well oiled as Chrissie Russell presents a guide to the best routes in Ireland

Cork 2017: Regatta’s buoyant future

Cork 2017: Regatta’s buoyant future

The Cork-based outdoor clothing company will create 100 jobs, open new stores and launch Regatta.ie as part of a major expansion plan, writes Chrissie Russell

Cork 2017: Build it and they’ll come

Cork 2017: Build it and they’ll come

One Albert Quay and The Capitol are two of Cork’s property success stories and the interest in commercial space in the city is brisk , writes Chrissie Russell

Cork 2017: Building on a growing market

Cork 2017: Building on a growing market

Cork is finally seeing a increasing number of new houses and sites coming to market, writes Chrissie Russell

A shore thing: Ireland's surfing festival

A shore thing: Ireland's surfing festival

Irish festivals are growing up, leaving the deathburgers and dodgy portaloos behind – and this trend is epitomised by Shore Shots, a cultured yet edgy event which takes place in Sligo later this month

Garden Special: Dens of tranquility

Garden Special: Dens of tranquility

More and more women are heading outdoors to create a ‘she shed’ - a haven of peace, creativity (and wine sometimes) that is just feet away from the back door, writes Chrissie Russell

Garden Special: The pick of the bunch

Garden Special: The pick of the bunch

Green-fingered experts agree to share with Chrissie Russell where to find the most beautiful meadows, the best planting and the most exotic hidden gems