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.

Growth on the double for GoCar fleet

Growth on the double for GoCar fleet

Company is planning to open four more locations across Ireland and add an extra 140 cars

Nicola McClafferty: ‘If I don’t do this now, I’ll never do it’

Nicola McClafferty: ‘If I don’t do this now, I’ll never do it’

McClafferty has moved back into venture capital with a €50 million-a-year investment fund

The Nowhere Man is James Bond without the gadgets

The Nowhere Man is James Bond without the gadgets

It doesn't matter if you've read the first instalment in the Orphan X series

Leanna Byrne: 'No matter who you are, everyone needs a mentor'

Leanna Byrne: 'No matter who you are, everyone needs a mentor'

A seasoned mentor can look at events or situations in ways that never occurred to you

The wedding industry - the big day just got bigger

The wedding industry - the big day just got bigger

With spending as high as €30,000 per couple, Ireland’s wedding industry is set for a strong 2017

London Irish RFC converts investment to €291k profit

London Irish RFC converts investment to €291k profit

Irish-owned club led by businessman Mick Crossan saw profits rise 50 per cent

Louth-based Suretank posts €10 million loss

Louth-based Suretank posts €10 million loss

The company made impairment charges of €7.3 million against its investments last year

Call for second Galway hospital to cope with overcrowding

Call for second Galway hospital to cope with overcrowding

UHG emergency department is overwhelmed and needs a new building, warns leading medic

Revealed: ministers using private email accounts

Revealed: ministers using private email accounts

Senior ministers including Varadkar, Fitzgerald and Coveney may be creating security risk

Leanna Byrne: A pitcher paints a thousand words

Leanna Byrne: A pitcher paints a thousand words

Learning how to sell your business idea is key to attracting investment - at every stage of development

Registration delay keeps over 1,300 nurses from working

Registration delay keeps over 1,300 nurses from working

NMBI said it cannot progress 1,313 applications “due to outstanding documentation”

Tales from the top: speaking to Irish bosses

Tales from the top: speaking to Irish bosses

From the reluctant leader to the family successor, chief executives share common qualities and concerns – but how do Ireland’s bosses maintain the delicate balancing of being at the top?

Leanna Byrne: 'Languages can break down barriers'

Leanna Byrne: 'Languages can break down barriers'

After Brexit, trying to learn another tongue could be worth the effort for start-ups

Small Businesses: Playing the export game

Small Businesses: Playing the export game

To grow, Irish businesses need to look beyond this island – but a pitch that works at home might well falter in a new culture

How to sell to 150 countries without leaving Ireland

How to sell to 150 countries without leaving Ireland

TitanHQ, a Galway-based email and web security company, started cultivating international clients...