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Bringing good governance benefits to Irish business

Bringing good governance benefits to Irish business

UCD’s Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business helps to train board members

Ireland’s financial services sector in an enviable state of rude health

Ireland’s financial services sector in an enviable state of rude health

In a week where the Central Bank made a case for the reintroduction of bankers’ bonuses, Ireland’s financial services sector stands firmly on the road to success.

Looking for funding? Think big to succeed

Looking for funding? Think big to succeed

Ireland Inc needs scaling enterprise, and Euronext can help that to happen.

How fintech is shaping the future

How fintech is shaping the future

The Irish Management Institute (IMI) will launch a Future of Financial Services Leadership programme in September. Here, the programme director Chris Roebuck shares his own observations of the fintech revolution.

Healthcare data in the palm of your hand

Healthcare data in the palm of your hand

Increasingly, data capture technology is being deployed not only in diagnostics, but also in healthcare environments, significantly improving efficiency and reducing errors

Investing in longer lifespans

Investing in longer lifespans

Pharma has been a real boon to the Irish economy over the last two decades. Leman Solicitors is banking on medical devices replicating this success, helping to guide investment strategies in the burgeoning sector.

A little more give and take needed for voluntary sector

A little more give and take needed for voluntary sector

Non-profits contribute €2 billion to the economy annually, but their national body the Wheel warns that new regulations are stretching them to the max, and lack of trust is stifling the sector.

A strong case for ‘cause’ marketing

A strong case for ‘cause’ marketing

Younger consumers are demanding more from the brands they engage with - and an authentic partnership with a charity can have a huge impact.

Helping the charity sector excel at ‘proud-funding’

Helping the charity sector excel at ‘proud-funding’

Since 2015, Nexus Direct, an internationally recognised fundraising agency, has worked closely with leading Irish non-profit groups.

Ready to meet the Brexit challenge

Ready to meet the Brexit challenge

Ireland is a top location for British financial sector companies seeking a post-Brexit base, and RSM Ireland is on hand to help address the challenges involved.

Technology is key to the future of Ireland’s financial services

Technology is key to the future of Ireland’s financial services

"Digital disruption is inevitable"

"Digital disruption is inevitable"

“Mega-corps” like Amazon and Google have already started to make moves into the construction sector says Chris Emery of Topcon Positioning Group

Celebrating the work of schools committed to entrepreneurial education

Celebrating the work of schools committed to entrepreneurial education

Junior Achievement Ireland announces Microsoft as partner for the inaugural TESA Summit 2019

Maximising the benefits of digital technology in the construction sector

Maximising the benefits of digital technology in the construction sector

Joe O'Sullivan of Sisk will tell the DigiCon Summit he hopes clients – and in particular the government - will begin to demand digital delivery as standard

A public listing: The opportunities and benefits

A public listing: The opportunities and benefits

Marcus Stuttard of London Stock Exchange Group is still surprised by entrepreneurs who aren’t fully aware of the opportunity to raise long-term equity capital through the public markets