Elaine O'Regan

Elaine O'Regan

Tyrone building firm to beef up presence south of the border

Tyrone building firm to beef up presence south of the border

QMAC hopes office in Republic can help offset Brexit damage

Managed services company Novi opens up the cloud for businesses

Managed services company Novi opens up the cloud for businesses

Company: Novi Done Deal: €150,000 investment The clincher: “Cloud computing is growing at a p...

Sisters bring their brand of  interior style closer to home

Sisters bring their brand of interior style closer to home

Interior designer Patricia McGinnis went into business just over four years ago with her sister C...

Marino founder draws on hard lessons of dotcom crash  Developer focuses on solutions to customer’s problems

Marino founder draws on hard lessons of dotcom crash Developer focuses on solutions to customer’s problems

Keith Davey, the founder and managing director of Dublin company Marino Software, knows more than...

Ethical label aims to offset damaging habits of fast fashion

Ethical label aims to offset damaging habits of fast fashion

Irish designers Sandra Murphy and Alan Kelly marked their move home after 15 years abroad in New ...

App turns phone into mobile office

App turns phone into mobile office

A free app to help SMEs manage their finances has been developed by Eilis Quinlan, owner of Kilda...

Liberating asset management from paper mountain

Liberating asset management from paper mountain

Digital solution covers entire life cycle of buildings

Almost half a century on, engineering consultants still pack a Punch

Almost half a century on, engineering consultants still pack a Punch

As Punch Consulting Engineers nears the end of its 45th year in business, the company is preparin...

Second-half scores: The Irish companies on the up in late 2018

Second-half scores: The Irish companies on the up in late 2018

In the second part of our special end-of-year report, Elaine O’Regan reviews some of the most significant deals, investment coups and expansion plan announcements by Irish firms in the last six months

How building engineers found ‘a good, honest’ way to ‘do it better’

How building engineers found ‘a good, honest’ way to ‘do it better’

Ethos Engineering is going from strength to strength in the middle of its four-year- plan

What’s in a name for plant-based food retailer? Fiid ‘kissed a lot of frogs’ before finding success

What’s in a name for plant-based food retailer? Fiid ‘kissed a lot of frogs’ before finding success

A range of microwaveable plant-based meals will go on sale in SuperValu outlets around the countr...

Energetic growth sees Meath company on top of the world

Energetic growth sees Meath company on top of the world

In the nine years since Dennis Nordon established Hanley Energy with co-founder Clive Gilmore, th...

Female-led property firm finds strength in flexibility

Female-led property firm finds strength in flexibility

Kildare-based estate agent Lorraine Mulligan went into business for the first time in 2002 with t...

Opening gambits: who came, saw and conquered in early 2018?

Opening gambits: who came, saw and conquered in early 2018?

In the first part of our special end-of-year report, Elaine O’Regan reviews some of the most significant deals, investment coups and expansion plans by Irish companies in the first half of 2018

Terra Nutritech to plough €2 million into R&D ahead of expansion drive

Terra Nutritech to plough €2 million into R&D ahead of expansion drive

Company: Terra Nutritech Done Deal: €2m investment The clincher: “We anticipate our team to d...