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RTE looking for talent to front SwipeTV project

RTE looking for talent to front SwipeTV project

Stock take: market week

Stock take: market week

Galway agency MediaLab has ambitious designs on growth

Galway agency MediaLab has ambitious designs on growth

Conor Hanley came up with the idea for Galway design agency MediaLab when he was collaborating with a designer on a project for a former employer.

First online music college hopes to prove a hit  with industry wannabes

First online music college hopes to prove a hit with industry wannabes

Ireland’s first online music college has launched in Dublin at a cost of €30,000.

How I started: Lessons in Entrepreneurship

How I started: Lessons in Entrepreneurship

Matthew Nevin and Ciara Scanlan established The Mart in 2006 in the south Dublin suburb of Rathmines.

Finnish start-up targets SMEs

Finnish start-up targets SMEs

Holvi is pledging a new more flexible model of banking.

The Low Down: Top tips for SMEs

The Low Down: Top tips for SMEs

This week: demystifying the Companies Bill

Movember to register with Irish charities regulator

Movember to register with Irish charities regulator

25% of funds raised in 2013 went to cover costs

Jewellers see sparkle return to the market

Jewellers see sparkle return to the market

Ex Post Facto, with Roisin Burke

Ex Post Facto, with Roisin Burke

Mullen and Clayton reach for the big guns to find what they’re looking for.

Irish scheduling start-up keeps the customers happy

Irish scheduling start-up keeps the customers happy

The Irish start-up behind a cloud-based customer management tool for therapists has closed a €600,000 funding round involving British investor Sean Riddell.

Contract Services wins €30m housing maintenance contract

Contract Services wins €30m housing maintenance contract

Installation and maintenance company Contract Services has won a six-year housing association contract in the North valued at £30 million (€38 million).

New €3.4m car terminal opens at Dublin Port

New €3.4m car terminal opens at Dublin Port

The 4.3 hectare terminal on East Wall Road will cater for 2,500 vehicles at a time, monitored by a 24-hour security system.

Endgame for state involvement in banks on the cards

Endgame for state involvement in banks on the cards

Performances by the Irish banks in the stress tests could lead to the state finally pulling out of the banking sector.

New this week

New this week