Elaine O'Regan

Elaine O'Regan

Sporty sojourn in US leads to an ‘athleisure’ venture back home

Sporty sojourn in US leads to an ‘athleisure’ venture back home

Tara Cooke set up the athleisure venture Skulpt in Dublin in 2014 after she returned to Ireland f...

Natural, clean beauty gets a makeover; Website highlights sustainable skincare

Natural, clean beauty gets a makeover; Website highlights sustainable skincare

Online entrepreneur Dawn Mayne has launched a new website selling natural and sustainable beauty ...

Architects firm RKD builds on its Northern European plan

Architects firm RKD builds on its Northern European plan

Irish-owned architecture firm RKD is moving into new markets in northern Europe in a bid to boost...

Ryot boss predicts 5G ad future

Ryot boss predicts 5G ad future

New generation mobile network technology will usher in a new age of targeted advertising, according to the head of Oath’s immersive media studio

Expansion ahead as Jam Media set to create 40 jobs

Expansion ahead as Jam Media set to create 40 jobs

Irish-owned animation company Jam Media will create 40 jobs in late 2019 as it embarks on its fir...

Smokin’ Butcher looks to turn up the heat with expansion into overseas markets

Smokin’ Butcher looks to turn up the heat with expansion into overseas markets

Business is on the up for Meath company the Smokin’ Butcher, which has secured new deals to sto...

Dwyers & Co still very much to the fore providing golf clothing brands worldwide

Dwyers & Co still very much to the fore providing golf clothing brands worldwide

Corkman Alan Dwyer has a longstanding family history in the rag trade dating back to 1820, when h...

Smartphone games will check children’s speech development

Smartphone games will check children’s speech development

Dublin start-up Kids Speech Labs (KSL) is using artificial intelligence (AI) to develop smartphon...

Done Deal

Done Deal

€6.4m project completed by Deluxe Group Portadown-based bespoke joinery company the Deluxe Grou...

Sky extends Women in Tech Scholars for second cycle

Sky extends Women in Tech Scholars for second cycle

Sky has extended its Women in Tech Scholars programme for a second cycle, offering five €30,000...

Allianz taps Irish history for ad drive

Allianz taps Irish history for ad drive

The insurance company Allianz is using a 1966 speech by the then education minister Donogh O’Malley in its latest campaign

Virgin Media to run personalised TV ads   in bid to ‘fight back’

Virgin Media to run personalised TV ads in bid to ‘fight back’

Virgin Media will begin to make targeted advertising available in the Irish market before the end...

Book company’s story is a classic with a modern twist

Book company’s story is a classic with a modern twist

O’Brien Press has been bringing Irish authors to book for nearly half a century and has published 2,000 books in genres including fiction, biography, politics and travel

Opening up the world for people with disabilities

Opening up the world for people with disabilities

Entrepreneur Matt McCann is harnessing technology to help make the world a more accessible place ...

Dubliners paint a fresh nightlife picture with New York bar inspired by Warhol

Dubliners paint a fresh nightlife picture with New York bar inspired by Warhol

Originally from Dublin, entrepreneur Cillian Fanning has put down roots in New York as co-owner o...