First aid for medtech players targeting the US export market
Sunday Independent: Last month, representatives of 35 Irish-owned medtech companies attended a cross-market workshop co-ordinated by Enterprise Ireland's US, German and French offices. The aim was to explore three of the most important challenges - regulation, reimbursement and export.
Female entrepreneurs in focus as Justin Trudeau meets with Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald
Irish Independent
Female entrepreneurs were very much in focus when Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise and Innovation, Frances Fitzgerald met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau last week.
Solving the Enigma: A machine that finds drugs faster
Irish Times

Bio Hooke has found a way to improve the drug discovery process by developing a platform that runs screening tests 20 times faster and at a quarter of the cost of current commercial systems. 

Brexit strategy: A lean approach will help SMEs prepare for Brexit
Silicon Republic
In the second in a series from Enterprise Ireland, Richard Keegan explains how the lean methodology can help Irish SMEs brace for Brexit.
Is it a bird, is it a plane? No, it’s a lifeguard drone at Spanish Point
Silicon Republic
Clare officials have recruited a drone to help search-and-rescue operations along the coast, with lifeguarding now taking to the skies.
New EU-Japan deal ‘presents opportunities for Irish exporters’
Irish Times
The signing of a landmark new trade deal between the European Union and Japan has been welcomed in Ireland with the Government and business groups saying it presents new opportunities for Irish companies looking to do business in what is one of the world’s largest economies.
Success of Horizon 2020 showcased in Brussels
Industry & Business
Enterprise Ireland and Science Foundation Ireland, on behalf of Ireland’s national support team for Horizon 2020, hosted a breakfast meeting this week for Irish research leaders in Brussels ahead of the European Commission’s conference “Research & Innovation – shaping our future”.
Ireland is well placed to ride the fintech wave
Irish Times

Fintech in its broadest sense comprises every area of technology and innovation in the financial services arena, including payments, trading and foreign exchange, big data, risk, compliance, business intelligence, consumer-focused currency exchanges and peer-to-peer lenders.

Guide to technology for small businesses
Irish Independent
This list describes the 10 tech health checks for your business to keep it current.
Can Learnovate help your organisation?
Irish Independent
Funded by Enterprise Ireland, Learnovate's mission is to enhance the competitive advantage of Ireland’s learning technology industry to maximise the success any company can derive from using learning technology effectively.
Waterford firm cleans up in waste
Irish Examiner
With technology that facilitates pay-as-you-go waste collection, Waterford company Kollect is aiming to become the taxi-hailing app of refuse collection.
15th July 2017:extension for Innovation Arena applications