Former Connacht Rugby scrum half Frank Murphy has left behind the competitive sports world to pursue a creative career as a branding and editorial illustrator.
Fashion knitwear start-up Ekotree expects sales to treble this year, on the back of its first exports to markets as far afield as Japan.
Cork-based start-up Supp has developed a project management tool to allow student unions and other governing bodies to manage operations more efficiently.
When training consultant Jo Brennan established Jamjou in January 2014, her aim was to use mobile technology to improve teaching methods in the workplace.
Last week the Revenue published its new tax credit guidelines for research and development (R&D).
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Ireland’s start-up culture is changing, according to industry veteran Patrick Mee, but more capital is needed if we’re really to compete with our California cousins
Patrick Nally is the man who invented the multi-sponsor model for major sports. Here, he outlines why it now needs to adapt to survive