Purpose and profit: has sustainability come of age?
14 top companies in Ireland achieve the Business Working Responsibly Mark
What does it mean to say that a company acts responsibly? An ethic of responsibility is not easy to characterise, but there are several versions of what it looks like in practice: to simply yield profit for shareholders, to support local causes quietly and altruistically, or to assess every business decision against a set of principles that are grounded in respect for stakeholder views—employees, shareholders, customers, suppliers and more—as well as in respect for our...
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All construction projects implementing BIM by 2031
‘I would like to see a more digital and sustainable construction industry in 10 years' time’ says Chris Collins, Country President for Ireland, Schneider Electric
Pure security: the challenge facing smaller organisations
This year, cybersecurity hit the headlines in the most dramatic way imaginable, but smaller businesses can struggle to secure their systems
Council committed to supporting the enterprise agenda
Over €150,000 has been invested in the redevelopment of Enterprise House in Carlow with the support of the County Council and Enterprise Ireland to ensure it provides relevant services for the community