Sunday Independent: The broad Italian sector encompassing life sciences and medtech continues to flourish, currently valued at €25.2 billion. Enterprise Ireland-supported companies are winning in the market, increasing life sciences exports to Italy by 147% to €65 million in 2017.
The product will be rolled out online and to retail outlets in Ireland by the end of the summer followed by the UK. From the off, however, Lynch designed her product to scale and her ultimate aim is to grow Juspy into a global lifestyle brand.
Eight years ago software developer Sorcha O’Grady and transport consultant Jens Hellberg pooled their skills to establish Westport-based TruckSciencewhich helps businesses make more informed decisions when investing in transport.
While bringing improvements in the treatment of sewage and wastewater might not be the most attractive of projects, Irish SME OxyMem turned its wastewater research into a major win in the annual US-Ireland Innovation Awards.
At an event at Deloitte Digital in London on 23 May, the company received the Enterprise Ireland Digital Disruptor award, which is bestowed on companies that are disrupting the marketplace through innovative deployment of technology.
'Basically, I went out and bought an ice cream machine and just started messing around with recipes. About 300 recipes later, I created the base of what I have today with Pow-Cow.' - Niall Moloney, founder of Pow-Cow
Innovative Irish technology company Payslip has developed a smart technology platform that enables employers to engage directly with leading in-country payroll providers and enjoy one centralised and controlled global process.