Graham Clifford

Graham Clifford

Dive into a Pool of knowledge

Dive into a Pool of knowledge

Investing heavily in research and development has paid off handsomely for Derry-based Learning Pool, writes Graham Clifford

Listening is key to Clancy’s success

Listening is key to Clancy’s success

Clancy Built on Partnership prides itself on always finding out exactly what its clients want, down to the smallest details, writes Graham Clifford

Under the tree and growing fast

Under the tree and growing fast

Headquartered in Listowel, H2 Group is one of the Gold Standard companies in this year’s Deloitte Best Managed Companies Awards programme

Financial regulation rules for global software specialists

Financial regulation rules for global software specialists

Entirely export-based, Dublin company Vizor Software sells to central banks, regulators and tax authorities in 30 countries worldwide, from Canada to New Zealand and Jamaica to Brunei

Why Ireland must think like the fox

Why Ireland must think like the fox

How being small and nimble can maximise competitiveness, writes Graham Clifford

How business leaders learned to take the right kind of risk

How business leaders learned to take the right kind of risk

Expert Caspar Berry believes the outlook of business figures has changed radically since the crash, writes Graham Clifford

Great blue yonder opens up for Ireland

Great blue yonder opens up for Ireland

Maritime companies increasingly see this country as a good one in which to do business, writes Graham Clifford

Ahoy! It’s SeaFest 2018

Ahoy! It’s SeaFest 2018

Where flyboarding meets mussels . . . annual celebration of all things maritime tipped to be best yet

Looking after Ireland’s seas

Looking after Ireland’s seas

Graham Clifford looks at the vital role played by the Marine Institute in monitoring the health of our underwater territory

It’s not easy being green – and blue

It’s not easy being green – and blue

Professor Jerry Murphy of the MaREI Centre for Marine and Renewable Energy wants to see green energy being put to better use by the state, writes Graham Clifford

Taking a creative  approach to branding and design

Taking a creative approach to branding and design

Often when we think of design in a corporate sense, we think of logos and branding, but there's more to it than that

International Women’s Day event to recognise role of women in business

International Women’s Day event to recognise role of women in business

Female entrepreneurship is growing across Ireland and, on International Women’s Day 2018, a spe...

Your Business: Don’t wave goodbye to Britain yet

Your Business: Don’t wave goodbye to Britain yet

Many SMEs are writing off the British market in the wake of Brexit, but this would be unwise, writes Graham Clifford

How Carlow works to get business done

How Carlow works to get business done

Dynamic, progressive and with a history of enterprise and innovation Carlow, the gateway to Dublin, Meath, Kildare, Wicklow and the south-east, is developing a reputation as a vibrant commercial hub

Old school values lead college to a bright future

Old school values lead college to a bright future

Carlow College St Patrick’s is one which embraces change – with both eyes fixed on the future