Elaine O'Regan

Elaine O'Regan

‘Honey refresher’ Beekon aims to create buzz in drinks market

‘Honey refresher’ Beekon aims to create buzz in drinks market

In the four months since launching Beekon – a new honey- based alcohol inspired by an ancient mead - Karen O’Neill has picked up 100 stockists in the Irish market

Goodbye paper-trail slog, hello clients with identity verification app

Goodbye paper-trail slog, hello clients with identity verification app

Colum Lyons co-founded Irish start-up ID-Pal three years ago on foot of his own experience verifying the identities of potential clients while working as a stockbroker in Dublin

Ex-RTÉ producer puts feelings into words in new role in content creation

Ex-RTÉ producer puts feelings into words in new role in content creation

Marie Toft opted to leave behind a longstanding career as a television producer two years ago in favour of a fresh start in content creation

E-commerce firm pushes all the right buttons for investors

E-commerce firm pushes all the right buttons for investors

By the time Dublin tech firm Channelsight closed a $10 million Series B funding round last February, its co-founders John Beckett and Niall O’Gorman had undergone a crash course on the ins and outs of attracting investors

Skoda launches campaign to recruit retirees back to work

Skoda launches campaign to recruit retirees back to work

The initiative, called Simply Older, Still Clever – a play on the brand’s Simply Clever tagline – launched last Wednesday in Dublin

Making it matter to your audience

Making it matter to your audience

As more players enter the streaming space, Netflix faces competition for subscribers. Meanwhile, TV remains the strongest medium for brand building

Making it easier for firms to use their data in a changing world

Making it easier for firms to use their data in a changing world

Dave Hackett decided to help companies transform how they present data after 15 years of preparin...

Eco-friendly store reduces ‘toy miles’ carbon footprint and allows guilt-free Christmas shopping

Eco-friendly store reduces ‘toy miles’ carbon footprint and allows guilt-free Christmas shopping

For Sharon Keilthy, green activism should be child’s play. The Dublin woman quit her senior rol...

Modular mix of buildings pays off

Modular mix of buildings pays off

Dan O’Brien had one big problem with working from home: he wanted to get out of the house. His ...

Skincare line unlocks the secrets of the remedies of the rainforest

Skincare line unlocks the secrets of the remedies of the rainforest

Nicola Connolly’s beauty collection Nunaïa was developed using botanical superfoods from South America - and a percentage of its profits return there

Experience and life skills are valuable assets in the workplace

Experience and life skills are valuable assets in the workplace

Despite fears of negative attitudes to older workers, age should not be a barrier to applying for a new job

Putting the printed article into words

Putting the printed article into words

Dublin start-up Noa News creates audio versions of written articles. Now it’s hoping to sign up more big-name publishers

New app has market research Sussd

New app has market research Sussd

Sussd began life as a political engagement platform

Quick-acting Iricent keeps its networks up to speed

Quick-acting Iricent keeps its networks up to speed

Damian Murray and Ger O’Byrne founded Iricent in 2014

Skip-sorting firm finds profit in rubbish

Skip-sorting firm finds profit in rubbish

Powerscreen Ireland is owned by wife and husband Gemma and Damien Quinn