Report suggests new agri-food area for Ireland, UK

Report suggests new agri-food area for Ireland, UK A new shared food safety and animal health area taking in the island of Ireland and the island of Great Britain as a whole should be created to prevent the Irish backstop […]

Consumers spent €1.7 billion online in March

Consumers spent €1.7 billion online in March New figures from the Central Bank show that there are more payment cards than people in this country, with just over six million active credit or debit cards in circulation. In the first […]

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Q: I run two successful cafes. I don’t have a lot of space in either and I am really challenged when parents arrive with buggies and young children. How can I handle this delicate issue? A: This is indeed sensitive. […]

Mum-run firms organise pop-up event to encourage shoppers to buy local this Black Friday

Five small businesses are joining forces at a two-day event to encourage consumers to buy local, and Irish, this Black Friday. Owner of online store CHAOS+HARMONY Roisin Scott is behind the ‘Indi Pop-Up Shop’, where herself and four other “hard […]

One in three Irish SMEs targeted by fraud

A third of Irish small and medium businesses have been targeted by fraud in the past 12 months. The most common types of fraudulent scams encountered by SMEs are phishing emails, which seven in 10 have experienced, according to research […]

Tech hub’s rocket man helps high-risk startups fly high

“People come into incubators and very often it’s just for space, they are thinking ‘that’s what I need, a nice space would be good’. But actually, by the time they exit what you find is that the real value they’ve […]

Fewer than one in ten SMEs embracing remote or flexible working

Fewer than one in ten small and medium businesses in Ireland are embracing remote or flexible working. This is despite the fact that a majority of SME employees are in favour of such working conditions, according to a study of […]

Irish banks must shed a further €9bn of bad loans to meet ECB targets, Moody’s has warned. Unlike the early period after the crash, when sales of commercial real estate and developer loans dominated the great bank sell-offs, further disposals […]

Startup diary: For every €1 you spend in marketing, make €2 in revenue

Our podcast is now live. (A search for voxgig on iTunes will bring it up.) It is, as with most things we do, a soft launch. There’s only one episode just yet. Our general strategy for getting things done is […]

Friday 2 November 2018 Irish banks face ‘toughest ever’ European stress tests

Regulators’ ‘worst case’ scenario by factors in house prices here falling by 5.1pc HIGH stocks of bad loans and a relatively pessimistic ECB view of Irish growth prospects will weigh on AIB and Bank of Ireland in the EU’s latest […]

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