Germany is a neighbour worth doing business with

Sunday Independent: In a globalised market, Germany's position as the world's fourth-largest economy presents huge opportunities for Irish SMEs.

Prepare for Brexit - supports available

The full list of Brexit supports is now included in our new Brexit brochure available to download here:


Enterprise Ireland sponsors 'Strictly Business'

A seaweed pesto from the Aran Islands gets a business makeover on 'Strictly Business' this Wednesday at 7.30pm on RTÉ 1. If you missed it, Episode 2 featuring Wicklow-based Copper Fish Studio is now available on RTÉ Player.


Enterprise Ireland sponsors 'Strictly Business'

Start-ups received €23m in support from Enterprise Ireland in 2018
Irish Times

Enterprise Ireland invested €23 million in supporting early stage companies last year, with 132 start-ups benefiting from the agency’s help.

Government urges businesses to step up Brexit preparations
RTE Online

The Government is urging businesses to take concrete steps to avoid any disruption that might be caused by Brexit to the day-to-day running of their enterprises.

Bigger, better and brighter businesses
Sunday Business Post

Enterprise Ireland’s approach to preparing Irish companies to respond to the challenges and uncertainty has been to adopt a ‘no regret planning’ stance.

Venture capital group Finch to invest €20m in Irish fintech companies
Irish Times

Finch Capital, an early-stage venture capital firm with offices in Amsterdam, London and Singapore, has confirmed plans to invest up to €20 million in Irish fintech companies.

Dublin’s Guinness Enterprise Centre set for €10m expansion
Irish Times
The Guinness Enterprise Centre (GEC), a working space located in the Liberties area of Dublin, is embarking on a major €10 million expansion that will almost double capacity.

Customs: Trading with a Third Country

Get expert advice and insights into trading with a third country and what this means in practical terms for business at our webinar with Assistant Principal Officer of the Customs Policy Branch in Revenue, Celine O'Neill.


Government says 9,000 financial services jobs created since 2015
Irish Times

The Government has said 9,000 jobs have been created in the international financial services (IFS) sector since 2015, leaving it within reach of a five-year target outlined before the Brexit referendum took place.

NDRC at PorterShed calls for more start-ups to awaken in the west
Silicon Republic

NDRC at PorterShed in Galway is looking for some outstanding early stage start-ups to join its accelerator programme.

Applications are open until the end of March, with NDRC at PorterShed’s third accelerator beginning in May this year.

Grocery delivery start-up Buymie has secured fresh funding from retail and rugby stars

Grocery delivery start-up Buymie has secured a fresh wave of funding from new angel investors, including several Connacht Rugby players and its existing backers.

Propeller Shannon accelerator to boost growth in the Shannon region
Irish Tech News

Propeller Shannon, Ireland’s only start-up programme for companies in the aviation and travel tech sectors, is pleased to announce the arrival of its second cohort of firms.

Nunaia joins Bobby Kerr on Newstalk

Skincare is a busy market place but Nunaia has come up with a range that may have managed to stand out from the crowd.

SFI Research Centre hosted EU Industry Day session on advanced manufacturing

Earlier this month, I-Form, the SFI Research Centre for Advanced Manufacturing, hosted a thought-provoking session on 3D printing in manufacturing at the ‘EU Industry Days’ event at The Egg in Brussels.

21 Feb 2019: Eurozone Summit, Dublin
22 Feb 2019: Closing date for SBIR Diabetes Challenge
26 Feb 2019: Essentials of Exporting, Galway
27 Feb 2019: Brexit Advisory Clinic, Cork
27 Feb 2019: Agile Innovation Supports Event, Tullamore
5 March 2019: Brexit Advisory Clinic, Letterkenny
14 March 2019: Essentials of Exporting, Monaghan
20 March 2019: Agile Innovation Supports Event, Athlone
22 May 2019: Enterprise Excellence Ireland, Dublin
Food to agritech: How one small country feeds 35 million people

“Our very successful agri-food industry hasn’t come from nowhere but has evolved over hundreds of years,” says Enterprise Ireland's Tom Kelly.

Get your business promoted internationally #IrishAdvantage

Enterprise Ireland client companies can increase their exposure to overseas businesses and can avail of several marketing opportunities through the #IrishAdvantage campaign. Find out how you can register your business here.


Meet the Irish companies adding value to North American health systems

Enterprise Ireland’s North America Healthcare Forum offered a wealth of advice for companies with plans to sell into the continent’s top health systems.

Enterprise Ireland's Market Discovery Fund #GlobalAmbition

The Market Discovery Fund is designed to help companies meet the key challenges of market research, helping businesses take their first steps into new markets.