The scheme can be a challenging landscape for SMEs and investors to navigate, especially if they are new to the scheme or concerned about maximising the potential of what remains an attractive opportunity
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Now in its 41st year, the Chartered Accountants Leinster Society Published Accounts Awards once again delivered an enjoyable evening that celebrated excellence in financial reporting across a wide range of sectors
Companies are still benefiting from the Employment Investment Incentive Scheme, which is scheduled to run until 2020, writes Joe O’Shea
Impact Studios works closely with the makers of shows that have millions of fans worldwide, to create games which allow those fans to interact with their favourite characters and stories
'We are becoming a population of singles, but we continue to build units which are too large for this demographic, both in the public and private market'
Mick Forde Bradley, Architect and Partner at ZESO Architects on the changes necessary to rebuild Ireland and resolve some of the worst effects of the housing crisis
The NSAI sees many construction companies achieving best practices in the normal Monday to Friday working week. But there is still work to be done, the authority's Fergal O'Byrne will tell the Construction Industry Federation Health and Safety Summit
Siobhan McCauley, Director of Regional Services, Northern Ireland Housing Executive, on the immediate changes necessary to resolve the worst effects of the housing crisis
While the construction industry has undergone much progress in the last few years in terms of safety, salaries, and inclusiveness, there is still much room for improvement when it comes to mental health, says Carmen Bryce
Celebrating 25 years of speaking up for small and medium businesses, the ISME Annual Conference will focus firmly on what happens next.
ISME chief executive Neil McDonnell surveys the landscape for Irish businesses ahead of this year’s annual conference
Fragrances of Ireland is a family-owned boutique perfumery that has been operating since the early 1980s and became one of the first members of ISME when it was founded in 1993
Speakers include Heather Humphreys TD, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, economist Jim Power and East Coast Bakehouse co-founder Alison Cowzer
The annual Shannon International Leasing Conference (SILC), held in Limerick last week, offered an opportunity for industry stalwarts to discuss the region’s progress.
Shannon is well on the way to becoming a key hub for the sector, and is investing in facilities to accommodate rising demand