Are you an entrepreneur from outside Dublin within the fintech space? If so listen up.
Enterprise Ireland has launched two new start-up funds, targeting 30 businesses.
€1m will go into a regional fund, 20 start-ups will receive up to €50,000 each to develop their business. The remaining €500,000 is set aside for 10 fintech start-ups.
Many companies in Ireland both big and small worry Brexit may have an operational impact on their business.
If a deal is to be reached between the EU and the UK, the negotiations could have important implications for existing business arrangements and trading.
Ask yourself the following four questions, If you struggle please consider attend ... Read more
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Your neighbors will include Yahoo, Facebook , Ireland's Central Bank and many more.
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Congratulations to Meal Genie who have been featured in The Sunday Business Post top 100 hot Start-ups of 2017.
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One4all set out to explore Irish employees' attitudes towards office culture, wellness, and perks.
Results show 39% agree with the following statement, 'providing office perks, such as breakfast or snacks in the office, puts pressure on employees to work longer hours'. Only 8% strongly agreed.
Interestingly the research has found the majority of Irish workers woul ... Read more
Glencar Healthcare have joined us here in The Liffey Trust.
We are thrilled to welcome a company who is leading the field of healthcare excellence.
Looking to change your career in 2017? As expected the most in demand sectors will continue to increase.
Check out the 5 job sectors which will expect to see a 5 to 10 percent increase this year.
1.Newly graduated Accounting professionals.
2.Financial Services salary's are starting from an astonishing €55,000Read more
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According to the Central Statistics Office the Irish unemployment rate has fell to a new post-crash low of 7.2% in December 2016. Comparing it to a rate of 7.3 % in November 2016. Making it the lowest recorded rate since August 2008.
Paul Moore company founder believes the name will work well when exporting because it can have different meanings in different places. Moore choose it because of his Rebel routes but mainly because chilli is a rebellious flavor for an Irish companyRead more
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