Elaine O'Regan

Elaine O'Regan

A determined effort to help top executives learn about leadership

A determined effort to help top executives learn about leadership

Mary Carroll is intent on instilling a greater sense of emotional intelligence in Irish workplaces

Ezewarm in fresh deal to supply Amazon in US

Ezewarm in fresh deal to supply Amazon in US

A Mayo company that rose to prominence for its work on Glade air fresheners is close to finalising a deal to become a key supplier of heating products to Amazon in the US

Growth is in the Aire for health tech start-up

Growth is in the Aire for health tech start-up

FoodMarble has opened a €3 million fundraising round and plans to create more than 30 jobs next year

Turning a passion into a business

Turning a passion into a business

Headquartered in Dublin, BigStyle has a stand-up paddle-boarding school in Dún Laoghaire Harbour and this year opened a 33-bed surf lodge in Westport, Co Mayo

Drury Porter Novelli rebrand offers a ‘one-stop shop’

Drury Porter Novelli rebrand offers a ‘one-stop shop’

Drury Porter Novelli has launched a rebranded digital and consumer offering in response to changing demand

More misses than hits as bad data drives wrong advertising strategies

More misses than hits as bad data drives wrong advertising strategies

Marketers using digital consumer profiles based on online browsing records often fail to reach the right people

‘Know exactly who you are, otherwise it becomes too easy to get lost’

‘Know exactly who you are, otherwise it becomes too easy to get lost’

Being aware of what you can handle is a part of ‘thinking big’ that should not be skipped over, says Wendy Hamilton, senior vice-president of global operations at Netwatch Group

New yoga venue is a passion play for owner

New yoga venue is a passion play for owner

The opening of The Space Between in central Dublin last month marked the culmination of a three-year passion project for owner Dave Smith

Perpetua motion as brothers bid to expand their fitness brand

Perpetua motion as brothers bid to expand their fitness brand

Spurred on by the recent growth of Ireland’s fitness sector, Michael and David Price opened Perpetua Gym in Dublin in April at a cost of €2 million

Kildare tech firm extends financial services reach to global finance clients

Kildare tech firm extends financial services reach to global finance clients

In the seven years since its launch, AQMetrics has increased its reach to more than 100 financial services clients worldwide

Global workforce offers world of upscaling possibilities to Warbble

Global workforce offers world of upscaling possibilities to Warbble

A widespread workforce has helped Dublin start-up Warbble scale at a relatively low cost

All roads lead to the 3Arena for Seat

All roads lead to the 3Arena for Seat

A two-year partnership with Live Nation means that the carmaker will unveil its latest models at the 3Arena in the Dublin docklands, writes Elaine O’Regan

‘Bring in people who are better than you, and ask for help’

‘Bring in people who are better than you, and ask for help’

Specialising in one thing and surrounding yourself with people who are strong in other areas is the best way to thrive, says Roger Clancy of outsourcing firm Voxpro

The Shannon 2.0 podcast

The Shannon 2.0 podcast

Elaine O’Regan of The Sunday Business Post is joined by three of the Shannon region’s most influential c-suite executives to discuss the innovative mid-west hub

Books, albums,  live shows - Pablo is set to go global

Books, albums, live shows - Pablo is set to go global

Pablo first aired in 2017 with an all-autistic cast led by 13-year-old Northern Irish actor Jake Williamson