Elaine O'Regan

Elaine O'Regan

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

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

‘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

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

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

New device aims to make taking blood samples easier

New device aims to make taking blood samples easier

A passion for learning set Cork-based entrepreneur Marie Casey on the path to developing a medica...

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...