Australia's buoyant economy offers an important post-Brexit solution for companies seeking to diversify globally, and a gateway for entry into the wider Asia-Pacific region.
FEXCO announced the acquisition of its seventh UK retail foreign exchange company at Enterprise Ireland's financial services dinner in London last week, positioning the group as the largest specialist high street Retail FX operation in the UK.
The expansion, which aims to double the company's turnover by 2023, is supported by Enterprise Ireland.
Thirty-six companies have made the shortlist and will now have to present to eight independent panels of judges comprising CEOs and successful founders of Irish software and digital companies.
Along with Mr Lamy, Enterprise Ireland chief executive Julie Sinnamon has also urged firms to plan for a hard Brexit.
The Startup World Cup is a global initiative developed by Fenox Venture Capital that offers start-ups the opportunity to win $1m funding at the global competition stage.
Tallaght-based start-up HUB Controls has been recognised at a major global cleantech awards event held between 30 and 31 October.
The largest and richest country in Central Asia, Kazakhstan is opening an embassy in Ireland to expand trade between the two countries.
Two years ago, Laverty launched Wia, a startup focused on the ’internet of things’ (IoT) – and it’s that confusing label that he wants to see scrapped.
Alan O'Neill outlines the steps taken by Pharmapod to ensure success on Canadian Trade Mission with Enterprise Ireland, as part of his business advice column.
Adaptemy founders aim to improve education across the world by delivering truly intuitive and effective intelligent learning products.
Entrepreneur Mary Toner took inspiration from Airbnb and Pinterest to create online platform Bakers and Cakers which connects bakers and cake makers with customers.
E-commerce workshops for SMEs selling online are taking place in various locations around Ireland in November and December - the workshops are free to Enterprise Ireland clients.