Leanna Byrne

Leanna Byrne

Leanna Byrne is a news reporter with the Sunday Business Post. Byrne was previously editor of The University Times, Ireland's largest student newspaper, in Trinity College Dublin. Under Byrne's editorship, The University Times won Student Publication of the Year. In 2014, she was selected to participate in Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel's ''Leaders of Tomorrow conference. Byrne, a Trinity graduate, holds a joint-honours BA in Business and Politics.

Artist Kahn has designs on Middle Eastern market

Artist Kahn has designs on Middle Eastern market

Dublin-based artist, famous for her wall-art, has started supplying Gallery One, the Middle Eastern art and design retailer

This week

This week

Make your mark What better way to promote ‘brand you’ than to personalise your purchases? Wel...

The plot thickens for weight-loss success story as device hits US

The plot thickens for weight-loss success story as device hits US

Neurovalens, the Belfast-based company which has developed a wearable weight-loss device, is brin...

Share options scheme might just be a Keeper

Share options scheme might just be a Keeper

If you cannot afford to pay your employees the big bucks, give them a stake in the future of the company

CBL takes €3.5m stake in Dublin firm Allied Risk

CBL takes €3.5m stake in Dublin firm Allied Risk

New Zealand insurance business CBL Corporation has taken a 40 per cent stake in Allied Risk Manag...

Getting the balance right for female entrepreneurs

Getting the balance right for female entrepreneurs

As a female founder, whatever the reason you want to get into business, never feel guilty about asking for help

Budget 2018: A win for Katherine Zappone and Tusla

Budget 2018: A win for Katherine Zappone and Tusla

A 5.7 per cent increase on last year’s budget allocation for Tusla, which stood at €37 million

A lottery that changes young lives

A lottery that changes young lives

In the third of a series of interviews with those who run Ireland’s most prestigious schools, The Sunday Business Post talks to Gerry Foley, the headmaster of Belvedere College

Social media finally facing its advertising responsibilities

Social media finally facing its advertising responsibilities

Facebook is belatedly cleaning up its act on advertising, but is it too little, too late?

Calling time on meetings

Calling time on meetings

Although start-up growth requires extensive communication between staff, many meetings end up becoming as productive as a Dilbert cartoon

How much should a business spend on marketing?

How much should a business spend on marketing?

Consumer products and services companies should always spend a higher percentage than business-to-business companies

Your Business: Negotiate the risks and reap the rewards

Your Business: Negotiate the risks and reap the rewards

Leanna Byrne talks to entrepreneur Chanelle McCoy, and six Irish SMEs which have taken the path less travelled are profiled

Taking the drink industry’s measure

Taking the drink industry’s measure

Is drinking a bad habit we’re falling out of, or a central part of our culture? It depends who you ask, writes Leanna Byrne

Get ready for the warm embrace of AI in your living room

Get ready for the warm embrace of AI in your living room

Controlling thermostats remotely is only the beginning; energy providers are now exploring the use of ‘digital agents’ for customer service

Irish business must gear up for new data  legislation

Irish business must gear up for new data legislation

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is eight months away yet many organisations are seriously unprepared, writes Leanna Byrne