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Watching the pennies makes business sense

Watching the pennies makes business sense

Talking point

This week: keeping a controlled environment

This week: keeping a controlled environment

The Lowdown- Tips for SMEs

Jobbio expanding in Britain, US

Jobbio expanding in Britain, US

Dublin brothers raise €1 million in funding for recruitment platform

Tech firm to hire 30 staff after securing investors

Tech firm to hire 30 staff after securing investors

New this week

New this week

New masters to launch

Netwatch opens €3 million facility in Newry

Netwatch opens €3 million facility in Newry

Irish-owned remote security firm Netwatch has “aggressive plans” to double its business within three years, creating up to 50 jobs, the company’s chief operations officer has said.

Logo start-up grabs Disney’s attention

Logo start-up grabs Disney’s attention

More than 1,000 companies have signed up to use the services of Dublin start-up LogoGrab in the four months since its launch.

Employment Matters: Perks and prospects: adapt to keep staff

Employment Matters: Perks and prospects: adapt to keep staff

The hiring landscape is undergoing change. A wider range of skills are in demand and, as a result, more employers are having to compete for these skills.

Work-life balance comes to fore as job market stabilises

Work-life balance comes to fore as job market stabilises

Work-life balance has resurfaced as a desirable perk as stability returns to the job market.

Highlight risks, but make sure to focus on solutions

Highlight risks, but make sure to focus on solutions

Each week, we will profile one of Ireland’s foremost corporate leaders, tracing their career to date and exploring the lessons they have learned along the way. This week, we meet John White of Beauchamps Solicitors

Kilkenny flavourings find favour

Kilkenny flavourings find favour

An innovative Kilkenny start-up has partnered with Ireland’s fast-growing craft beer sector to develop a unique range of food flavouring products.

How I started: lessons in entrepreneurship

How I started: lessons in entrepreneurship

Martin Skelly is the owner-manager of Navan Travel in Co Meath, and president of the Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA). Navan Travel specialises in skiing, cruise, walking and bridge holidays. The company was named Travel Agency of Year with und

This week: partnerships and legal structure

This week: partnerships and legal structure

If a group of individuals come together to promote a business venture, the term partnership can loosely be applied to a number of structures, including a traditional partnership (under the Partnership Act of 1890), a limited company, or an unlimited

The business ties that bind

The business ties that bind

Elaine O’Regan speaks to three pairs of business partners who have kept their personal relationships intact through plenty of ups and downs.

Improvements in work permit process will open the door to top talent

Improvements in work permit process will open the door to top talent

Improvements to the Irish work permit application process will have long-term value for the Irish economy as international companies with operations in Ireland, and those considering setting up here, benefit from faster processing times and reduced d