Friday November 27, 2020

Startup Special: Inside Ireland's start-up nation

On campuses and city centres, Ireland’s start-up communities are growing and evolving

13th March, 2016
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Thomas Bibby, founder, Reg Point of Sale, and Paul Williams, owner of Canteen in Limerick: the friends sort out software and sales over coffee Pic: Alan Place

Start-ups have tended to inhabit the periphery of Ireland’s business world. But after some high-profile successes, they are moving more into the main frame.

The Sunday Business Post has been visiting start-ups across the country and finding out about the opportunities and challenges that drive them.

Limerick had its fair share of bad news during the recession, with many local businesses forced to shut up shop. The most devastating blow was when Dell...

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