Sunday Independent: The way companies do business is changing rapidly, with emerging disruptive technologies impacting how they will operate. Enterprises must innovate to develop new capabilities, products and services to stay relevant and competitive.
Going for Growth launches call for applicants for the 11th cycle of the award-winning programme. The call is open to ambitious female entrepreneurs who are looking to scale their businesses and join the latest cycle of Going for Growth.
Cork firm Wisetek, which specialises in data destruction and the disposal of IT equipment, is eyeing further global growth, with the embedding of the general data protection regulation (GDPR) within organisations.
Nuritas, a company supported by Enterprise Ireland’s High Potential Start-Ups (HPSU) unit, harnesses the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to mine the data within food sources to identify and unlock bioactive peptides with the potential to prevent and treat disease.
Over 100 attendees gathered in Enterprise Ireland for an event organised by Dublin Regional Skills Forum (DRSF) in collaboration with Enterprise Ireland to bring together SME businesses and education providers (FE & HE) in supporting skills needs.
Irish company Envirotec Bathing is growing rapidly in the UK, thanks to a highly innovative shower enclosure it has developed, which is leak-proof, easy to install, and reduces costs considerably for builders and developers.