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.

100 HOT Start-ups 1-20

100 HOT Start-ups 1-20

1. & Co Friends Grace Tallon and Heidi Walsh combined their experience attending immersive po...

100 HOT Start-ups 61-80

100 HOT Start-ups 61-80

61. Opening.io Dublin start-up Opening.io is applying artificial intelligence (AI) to the recruit...

100 HOT Start-ups 41-60

100 HOT Start-ups 41-60

41. iKydz This Dublin start-up has major plans for global growth, having invested about €500,00...

100 HOT Start-ups 81-100

100 HOT Start-ups 81-100

81. TackleLow Monaghan-based start-up TackleLow has designed a range of products aimed at helping...

100 HOT Start-ups 21-40

100 HOT Start-ups 21-40

21. Copeland Spirits Gareth Irvine of Copeland Spirits Co Down start-up Copeland Spirits is capi...

100 HOT Start-ups: Risks and rewards drive Ireland’s top start-ups

100 HOT Start-ups: Risks and rewards drive Ireland’s top start-ups

Welcome to the fifth edition of The Sunday Business Post’s 100 Hot Start-ups Magazine. Between ...

100 HOT Start-ups: Enterprise Ireland aims high with HPSU scheme

100 HOT Start-ups: Enterprise Ireland aims high with HPSU scheme

The state agency fields at least 400 early-stage project requests for funding every year, writes Leanna Byrne

European Commission could challenge loans made by state bodies

European Commission could challenge loans made by state bodies

The Master of the High Court, Edmund Honohan has said loan sales from state-controlled financial ...

Aran jumper maker enjoys €1.3 million profits boost

Aran jumper maker enjoys €1.3 million profits boost

Aran jumper company West End Knitwear spun out a €1.3 million profit, according to its latest a...

Bilingual tour company speaks the German market’s language

Bilingual tour company speaks the German market’s language

Rachel Kummert and Suzanne Cole met ten years ago teaching languages at the north Dublin school S...

Learning inside the box

Learning inside the box

Training company Adaptas is designing, developing and producing programmes using virtual reality, augmented reality and artificial intelligence , writes Leanna Byrne

Game on for Irish developers on international scene

Game on for Irish developers on international scene

Expansion plans jump several levels as funds roll in

Blendi plans smooth expansion into China

Blendi plans smooth expansion into China

Yvonne Dolan, founder of Blendi Smoothies, said the demand for European brands in China was booming

Ecocem cements deal with billionaire steel magnate Mittal

Ecocem cements deal with billionaire steel magnate Mittal

Ecocem Materials had a turnover of €75 million in 2016, up 14 per cent on the previous year

‘Respect, inclusivity, and integrity’ - IRFU

‘Respect, inclusivity, and integrity’ - IRFU

IRFU and Ulster Rugby released a statement confirming the departure of Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding after a review