Speaking the language of success in the Eurozone

Sunday Independent: Irish companies enjoy free and unfettered access to markets across Europe. Nevertheless, challenges remain. One of these is language.

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' on RTÉ 1

Eoin Shanley's Copper Fish Studio in Co. Wicklow gets the 'Strictly Business' treatment this Wednesday at 7.30pm on RTÉ 1. If you missed last week's episode, you can catch up on the RTÉ Player.


Enterprise Ireland sponsors 'Strictly Business'

Galway tech firm Joulica confirms plans to more than double its staff
Silicon Republic

Galway-based tech firm Joulica will bring its total headcount up to 70 to serve new product development opportunities in the US and Europe.

FinTech to create a wealth of jobs
Irish Examiner

There are now more than 200 foreign multinational firms with bases here while the country is also home to over 200 Irish owned international services firms.

The Irish fintech start-ups disrupting their industries
Irish Times

The two UCD-based start-ups, Travacoin and Initiative Ireland are simplifying airline compensation, and property investing.

Prepare for Brexit with Enterprise Ireland's Customs Insights online training

If you want to prepare your business for customs after Brexit, register here to access Enterprise Ireland's free Customs Insights course.


How will Brexit impact the Irish life sciences sector?

With its global and highly regulated nature and highly complex supply chains, the Irish life sciences sector will face considerable challenges as a result of Brexit, regardless of the eventual outcome of the process.

Enda McDonnell: Enterprise Ireland optimistic about continuing growth
Irish examiner

“Enterprise Ireland has a mandate to scale companies internationally, working with people with ideas,” he said. “Firms need to be highly innovative.” The financial sector has been identified as showing particular promise for growth — and within this category, two areas stand out, Reg Tech and payments technologies.

Irish companies create 100,000 jobs in US during 2018
Irish Examiner

Ireland is the ninth largest foreign direct investor into the US, according to acting US ambassador to Ireland, Reece Smyth.

Competitive Start Fund - Applications close at 3pm on 12th Feb

12 cool start-ups from Cork to watch
Silicon Republic

Cork is something of a tech boomtown today but it can also claim its fair share of the industry’s digital heritage. Discover the 12 cool start-ups from Cork to watch in the year ahead.

Stuart Margetson: 'Lower legal bills are win-win for clients and law firms alike'
Irish Independent

By outsourcing to highly qualified teams and project managers, work is completed to the same high standard you expect from a top-tier law firm, but at a fraction of the cost.

Minister Humphreys congratulates latest New Frontiers Graduates

Last month, TU Dublin and IADT New Frontiers participants were invited to showcase their businesses in front of over 100 start-up stakeholders. The event, hosted by William Fry, was attended by Minister for Business, Enterprise & Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD.

14 Feb 2019: Start-up Showcase, Dublin
14 Feb 2019: Brexit Advisory Clinic: Your Fast-Track to Action, Galway
15 Feb 2019: Closing date for applications for EY's Entrepreneur Of The Year
21 Feb 2019: Eurozone Summit, Dublin
26 Feb 2019: Essentials of Exporting, Galway
27 Feb 2019: Agile Innovation Supports Event, Tullamore
14 March 2019: Essentials of Exporting, Monaghan
20 March 2019: Agile Innovation Supports Event, Athlone
22 May 2019: Enterprise Excellence Ireland, Dublin
How MiFinity is disrupting the banking old guard with global payments

MiFinity, the fintech payment company with bases in Dublin and Belfast in Ireland and Malta, offers services related to the issuance of electronic money, covering 120 countries and 80 currencies.

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.


US visas: Organising troops on the ground for your business

The skills and experience of senior personnel are crucial to the success of a new operation in the United States. But before you start deploying manpower stateside, you will need to get your immigration visas in order.

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.