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.

Manley has designs on expansion

Manley has designs on expansion

Designer to raise €50,000 to fund push into Britain, Japan and Scandinavia

Dublin company in British ‘smart cities’ deal

Dublin company in British ‘smart cities’ deal

Davra Networks will help develop technologies to measure air quality, oversee waste management and monitor water levels

Australian expansion for retail delivery start-up

Australian expansion for retail delivery start-up

WeBringg will use its technology to source drivers for food delivery giant

'Even when start-ups target customers the right way they can still get burned'

'Even when start-ups target customers the right way they can still get burned'

Before getting involved with an advertiser it is vital to calculate the return on investment, writes Leanna Byrne

Franchising goes from strength to strength

Franchising goes from strength to strength

Taking up a franchise is a way of buying into an already robust business model, but franchisees must be fully committed to keep up a brand’s standards

Time-lapse videos for construction projects have become a big trend

Time-lapse videos for construction projects have become a big trend

Each second of the build of a new garden in Dundrum Town Centre will be captured on time-lapse

Cybersecurity firm Tenable to hire 100 in Dublin

Cybersecurity firm Tenable to hire 100 in Dublin

Tenable employs more than 800 people globally

US-based FruitCubed to return to Ireland in €200k expansion

US-based FruitCubed to return to Ireland in €200k expansion

Start-up set to sign partnership deal with SuperValu to roll out three fruit-based cube flavours

Paying for desk space can be money well spent for start-ups

Paying for desk space can be money well spent for start-ups

A community spirit in a co-working space is often a smart investment, writes Leanna Byrne

Growth in apps and social media for wellness and talk therapy

Growth in apps and social media for wellness and talk therapy

Mental health professionals are exploring new ways of using technology to help patients – including therapy over Skype

Caranua refuses to release survivor application guidelines

Caranua refuses to release survivor application guidelines

Agency said guidelines "document is an internal document and it is not for publication"

Topaz to spend €6 million on rebranding service stations

Topaz to spend €6 million on rebranding service stations

Irish petrol station company was bought by Canadian-owned Alimentation Couche-Tard in 2015

ChannelSight expands and doubles staff numbers

ChannelSight expands and doubles staff numbers

The company has increased its staff from 32 in 2015 to 65

'Serious entrepreneurs don’t build a company just to sell it'

'Serious entrepreneurs don’t build a company just to sell it'

Hindsight is 20/20 for founders when it comes to the right time to sell, writes Leanna Byrne

Hub partners with Airsynergy for expansion into US market

Hub partners with Airsynergy for expansion into US market

The company launched its product in Britain last month, where it has sold 5,000 of its devices to date