Sunday Independent: Similar to the Irish approach, the Nordic financial services industry is quite innovative, with companies willing to leverage and embrace new technologies to drive revenue and reduce cost.
Chanelle Group has expanded operations with the opening of a new manufacturing facility and 90 graduate positions will come on stream immediately. It is the largest Irish-owned manufacturer of pharmaceuticals and currently employs 500 people.
It is not practical for manufacturers or retailers to keep tabs on millions of MAP-bagged products, but a soon-to-be-launched intelligent optical sensor from Senoptica Technologies may be about to change that.
Irish company Cubic Telecom has extended its partnership with Audi through the expansion of its connected car footprint into the Asian market. Cubic Telecom connects cars and computers to mobile networks.
Data-protection specialist Sytorus has secured €1.7 million in investment from the Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital early- and growth-stage funds as part of a bigger multimillion-euro fundraising initiative.
The Enterprise Ireland Innovation Arena at the National Ploughing Championships is the perfect place to launch new innovations - you can vote for your favourite innovation in the People’s Choice category!
With no money behind them, the founders pulled together a minimum viable product, including a basic website. They trialled around €100 of Facebook ads to push the idea to potential customers – and the initial response was promising.
Limerick company Cala Medical is seeking €3m to complete development of a revolutionary new treatment for sepsis — the first in the world designed to control the immune system overreaction which causes it.
For many companies, becoming an Enterprise Ireland client is a significant step on a journey that started at a regional level. Local Enterprise Offices throughout Ireland provide supports, advice and training to start-up companies and existing micro-enterprises of up to ten employees.
With feedback from other parents, Molloy realised there was a much wider market for his invention. To determine the extent of this demand, he started a Kickstarter campaign at the end of 2015 to finance the development of the product and tap into potential markets.
Drogheda-based enterprise hub The Mill has unveiled its action plan for 2018 - 2020. The strategy has a particular focus on highly skilled commuters, who often spend hours travelling to and from Dublin every day.