Irish Independent: Enterprise Ireland client Multihog, the Dundalk based tractor manufacturer has today announced €1.5 million in new business with North American machinery buyers, participating on an Enterprise Ireland four-day inward buyer visit to Ireland.
Sunday Independent: According to EY'S Attractiveness Survey 2017, Central Europe attracted nearly half of Europe's industrial investment projects in 2016. Its strengths are its geographical links, good infrastructure, quality of its human capital and its productivity.
PaidAde is an invoicing and quoting app aimed at busy tradesmen. It is the brainchild of brothers Ciaran and Niall Brennan who left Ireland during the recession to work in the construction industry in Australia.
Dublin-based med tech firm Beats Medical is set to launch a new innovative app for children with dyspraxia. It will partner with the country's largest health insurer, VHI, on the new digital therapy service.
Frozen yoghurt and high-protein snacks are separately enjoying bumper consumer demand. So Niall Moloney joined the dots and launched Pow-Cow, which makes tubs of protein-rich, Greek-style frozen yoghurt.
12 ambitious entrepreneurs with innovative start-up ideas have made it through a competitive selection process for Phase 2 of the New Frontiers programme in Galway, funded by Enterprise Ireland and delivered by GMIT.