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Talent search should take formal route

Talent search should take formal route

Marketing must move with the times

Marketing must move with the times

Our blueprint for the future of small firms

Our blueprint for the future of small firms

The SFA has a vision for Ireland’s small businesses, but it needs the support of the government and state agencies to reach the end destination, writes Patricia Callan

HSBC moves to support medium-sized businesses

HSBC moves to support medium-sized businesses

Having focused on the larger plcs for almost ten years, the bank is now turning its attention to smaller business markets

Open your mind to teaching at the Hibernia College Open Day

Open your mind to teaching at the Hibernia College Open Day

RCSI is home to high-calibre postgraduate students

RCSI is home to high-calibre postgraduate students

How to get a deal off the ground

How to get a deal off the ground

John Bowe, managing director of corporate finance at leading professional services firm Mazars, offers clear advice on how to fund the deal

Be a Master at Maynooth

Be a Master at Maynooth

Prepare your business before you sell

Prepare your business before you sell

Blackthorn Capital offers clients an all-round view of their M&A transactions, writes Margaret O’Brien

DIT postgrad opportunities remain career-focused

DIT postgrad opportunities remain career-focused

Key decision-makers have confidence in the economy

Key decision-makers have confidence in the economy

KPMG’s M&A Outlook 2016 report indicates that the volume of deals experienced last year will be maintained, writes Margaret O’Brien

Innovation is the key to successful business growth

Innovation is the key to successful business growth

Multi-approach increases probability of getting the best person for the job

Multi-approach increases probability of getting the best person for the job

Small is beautiful for O’KellySutton

Small is beautiful for O’KellySutton

Best firms honoured at Irish Accountancy Awards

Best firms honoured at Irish Accountancy Awards

Fifteen prestigious trophies were presented at the accountancy firms’ inaugural ceremony in Dublin, writes Graham Clifford