Siobhan Maguire

Siobhan Maguire

Anything to declare? You might do soon

Anything to declare? You might do soon

BDO partner Carol Lynch is urging Irish businesses to prepare for new trading standards with Britain post-Brexit, writes Siobhán Maguire

Trade will continue, regardless of Brexit

Trade will continue, regardless of Brexit

Katie Daughen, head of Brexit policy with the British Irish Chamber, explains the biggest challenges ahead for British-Irish trade relations, writes Siobhán Maguire

Bigger, better and brighter businesses

Bigger, better and brighter businesses

Enterprise Ireland is helping Irish exporters to prepare for challenges ahead, and that’s a chance to focus on becoming more resilient to any sort of shock, writes Siobhán Maguire

Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst

Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst

Businesses can take some key steps to prepare – but ratification of the Brexit withdrawal deal would be a huge relief, writes Siobhán Maguire

BoI helps business customers to get a clearer Brexit picture

BoI helps business customers to get a clearer Brexit picture

Bank of Ireland is committed to supporting businesses in their preparation for Brexit

Time to employ a more flexible approach to carers in the workplace

Time to employ a more flexible approach to carers in the workplace

One in nine people in the Irish workforce are caring for a family member often unknown to their employer, but a new initiative is about to change this, writes Siobhán Maguire

Work-life balance and care responsibilities go hand in hand

Work-life balance and care responsibilities go hand in hand

Later this month, Eurofound, the European Union research agency, will join Family Carers Ireland in an initiative that highlights the large number of working carers in Ireland and abroad, writes Siobhán Maguire

Renewable energy awards show wind is powering ahead

Renewable energy awards show wind is powering ahead

More than 300 people from renewable energy companies gathered in Dublin last week to showcase and celebrate those paving the way for a carbon-free future in Ireland, writes Siobhán Maguire

Hit the ground running

Hit the ground running

Two young entrepreneurs have taken quality flooring to an online marketplace providing a fast and hassle-free service, writes Siobhán Maguire

Beware of Brexit’s cashflow factor

Beware of Brexit’s cashflow factor

The banking appeals watchdog is urging SMEs to focus on the cashflow impact of Brexit, writes Siobhán Maguire

Carlow’s dynamic enterprise base is open for business

Carlow’s dynamic enterprise base is open for business

IDA Ireland is on a mission to encourage investment into the south-east, with Carlow firmly in its sights, writes Siobhán Maguire

Carlow County Council’s approach is key to supporting enterprise

Carlow County Council’s approach is key to supporting enterprise

Carlow County Council is centred on positivity in its message to local businesses and enterprises. Siobhán Maguire reports

Carlow set to plough ahead next autumn

Carlow set to plough ahead next autumn

Carlow will host the 2019 National Ploughing Championships, and work is already well under way, writes Siobhán Maguire

Proud to be local: Carlow business celebrates half a century in the county

Proud to be local: Carlow business celebrates half a century in the county

Born and bred in the county, the business acumen Seán Swan has displayed with his shop Swan’s Electrical Expert has become synonymous with success, showing new enterprises how staying local and loyal can be a rewarding experience

Carlow’s commuters are untapped opportunity for local employers

Carlow’s commuters are untapped opportunity for local employers

A new commuter skills study explains the rich pool of talented and educated professionals travelling outside the county for work