Gillian Nelis

Gillian Nelis

Gillian Nelis has been managing editor of The Sunday Business Post since 2012, having previously been assistant editor and property editor. She specialises in long form interviews and news features, and has a particular interest in the food industry, writing the paper’s restaurant reviews as well as a weekly food news page in the magazine.

Irish coffee business 3fe expands into five countries

Irish coffee business 3fe expands into five countries

The Dublin coffee business set up by former investment banker Colin Harmon in 2008 has secured de...

An Indian that’s the salt of the earth

An Indian that’s the salt of the earth

Some of the best food around is now being served up in modest premises in suburban locations, places like Pink Salt

Feather has designs on men’s line

Feather has designs on men’s line

Turnover doubles year-on-year, says Rae Feather, who launched her eponymous brand in 2013

Pressure cooking: Stress worsens chef shortage

Pressure cooking: Stress worsens chef shortage

A dangerous recipe? Two Irish chefs are warning of a talent drain unless the growing problem of burnout is addressed

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

An evening of pork and beer, sourdough on the rise, Nespresso Barista range

Legal Eagle keeping the bar high

Legal Eagle keeping the bar high

'This is food that will put hairs on your chest (metaphorically) and a smile on your face (literally)'

Irish baby gear company celebrates birth of Mothercare deal

Irish baby gear company celebrates birth of Mothercare deal

Travel systems set to be live on retailer’s site by end of month

Gillian Nelis on food: Under the influence

Gillian Nelis on food: Under the influence

Many restaurateurs are being cold called by "social media influencers"

A true Italian escape in the heart of Dublin

A true Italian escape in the heart of Dublin

Rosa Madre manages to hit that sweet spot between formality and casualness

Wishful thinking

Wishful thinking

Gillian Keating, the brains behind the I Wish initiative, wants secondary schoolgirls to broaden their career horizons into the tech sphere and gravitate toward Stem subjects

Bite Size

Bite Size

VENUE: Heavenly lamb from Dunnes Keep an eye out in your local Dunnes Stores for the Connemara hi...

Irish retailers already bearing brunt of Brexit fallout

Irish retailers already bearing brunt of Brexit fallout

With sterling savings not being passed on, consumers are heading north and shopping on British websites

A fisherman’s friend that will delight fish fans

A fisherman’s friend that will delight fish fans

'We’ll be back to Dock 1 with its friendly staff, cheery simple decor and fishy treats'

Appetite for growth: Dublin Food Sales targeting €30m turnover

Appetite for growth: Dublin Food Sales targeting €30m turnover

The owner of a Dublin-based food distribution company plans to grow it to a €30 million busines...

Bite Size: Afternoon delight

Bite Size: Afternoon delight

Cheer yourself up with afternoon tea; there are several new options on offer for those of you who need some sweetness in your life this autumn