Elaine O'Regan

Elaine O'Regan

Software firm gives disability support online

Software firm gives disability support online

The drive to help people with developmental and learning disabilities to fulfil their potential a...

New Wave offers outdoor therapy in Kerry Clients get off couch, onto waves and trails

New Wave offers outdoor therapy in Kerry Clients get off couch, onto waves and trails

With the launch of New Wave Adventure Therapy in June 2017 social worker Philip Stallard sought t...

Campaign and canvassing software key to Cork firm’s success

Campaign and canvassing software key to Cork firm’s success

For one Irish company, ongoing public anger over rising road tolls in Norway is proving particula...

Done Deal

Done Deal

Meath fintech to create 50 jobs Prepaid Financial Services, a Meath-based fintech firm set up in ...

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

Guardian hoping to double its audience with butterfly effect

Guardian hoping to double its audience with butterfly effect

The British news giant aims to reach a worldwide paying readership of two million by 2022

Initiative brings female writers and directors together to kick down barriers

Initiative brings female writers and directors together to kick down barriers

Irish film and television producer Katie Holly is determined to redress the gender imbalance in Ireland’s creative sector

Clonmel duo aim to make cancer treatments easier

Clonmel duo aim to make cancer treatments easier

Inspired by their experience working together at Eirgen Pharma, Sharon Cunningham and Orlaith Rya...

Going round the Circit makes client verification a cinch for busy auditors

Going round the Circit makes client verification a cinch for busy auditors

Auditor David Heath co-founded Dublin tech firm Circit four years ago on foot of his experience a...

It all tots up for eco-friendly babywear Years of retail lie behind organic range

It all tots up for eco-friendly babywear Years of retail lie behind organic range

Her experience working as a senior buyer for Irish retail giant Penneys helped Katie Brandon Byrn...

Voiceover agency founder tones up procurement firm

Voiceover agency founder tones up procurement firm

A talk given by US entrepreneur James Cohen in Las Vegas a few years ago became the genesis of Ir...

Done Deal

Done Deal

Medtech firm to create 22 jobs Health tech start-up Neurovalens has announced plans to create 22 ...

Talent-hungry firms embrace the ‘boomerang’ blueprint

Talent-hungry firms embrace the ‘boomerang’ blueprint

A growing number of employers keen to capitalise on proven talent are introducing strategies to e...

Jobs.ie boss: Brexit ‘will see greater demand for multilingual workers’

Jobs.ie boss: Brexit ‘will see greater demand for multilingual workers’

The onset of Brexit, and the pressure it will put on some Irish exporters to enter new markets be...

‘I got into radio as a hobby, and I was lucky enough to make a career out of it’

‘I got into radio as a hobby, and I was lucky enough to make a career out of it’

Radio Kerry chief executive Paul Byrne is predicting some major changes to the industry as he walks away from the medium he loves