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.

Celebrating Ireland’s vibrant start-up scene

Celebrating Ireland’s vibrant start-up scene

Your guide to the start-ups that have caught our attention in recent months

100 Hot Start-Ups E-I

100 Hot Start-Ups E-I

The start-ups that have caught our attention in recent months

‘Britain’s greatest fraudster’ warns of cyber dangers

‘Britain’s greatest fraudster’ warns of cyber dangers

Tony Sales, the strategic development director for British-based We Fight Fraud, has been combating fraudsters for seven years

100 Hot Start-Ups O-Z

100 Hot Start-Ups O-Z

The start-ups that have caught our attention in recent months

CloudCards expands into China and South Korea

CloudCards expands into China and South Korea

CloudCards, the aviation software company that counts Mrs Brown’s Boys star Paddy Houlihan as a...

New Irish med-tech  firms win international contracts

New Irish med-tech firms win international contracts

Medical start-ups expand into major overseas markets including the US

Norwegian Air gives Irish arm €250m boost

Norwegian Air gives Irish arm €250m boost

Norwegian Air, a large international carrier, is pumping $250 million into its Irish subsidiary a...

Cobra king Bilimoria lauds Ireland for Indian Taoiseach

Cobra king Bilimoria lauds Ireland for Indian Taoiseach

Entrepreneur also believes Britain won’t leave EU after all

Lee way: Chopped founder dreams of going global

Lee way: Chopped founder dreams of going global

Brian Lee has been an entrepreneur since he was 15. He and business partner Andy Chen founded Chopped, the healthy salad franchise that aims to unseat the corner-shop roll as Ireland’s fast food of choice

Irish exporters go for the Gulf

Irish exporters go for the Gulf

Irish lighting, food and beauty products have found ready buyers in the Middle East as many seek new markets for life after Brexit

Coffee chain eyes nationwide expansion

Coffee chain eyes nationwide expansion

Grab-and-go market ‘keeps costs low’

Irish salad chain opening three Cypriot outlets

Irish salad chain opening three Cypriot outlets

It’s all Greek to Chopped, the fast-growing Irish salad chain. The franchise is opening three l...

US filmmaker seeks Irish investment opportunities

US filmmaker seeks Irish investment opportunities

The award-winning actress, writer, producer and women-in-film activist Naomi McDougall Jones is v...

Graft beer: Cobra founder's gritty lesson for start-ups

Graft beer: Cobra founder's gritty lesson for start-ups

Not all of the firms in the upcoming 100 Top Start-ups Magazine will be around in a year, but for those that hang in, the ability to press forward in the face of unexpected obstacles will be essential

Ski holidays back in vogue

Ski holidays back in vogue

Good snow and consumer confidence boost ski holidays