Sunday Independent: Enterprise Ireland has secured five new foreign direct investments (FDI) for significant food projects so far this year, bringing approximately €300m in valuable investments to regional locations, with the creation of 28 new jobs.
A number of entrepreneurial events will take place across the country this Thursday, attracting more than 1,000 women in business. Some 16 counties, from Cavan to Cork, will host the programme of events for National Women’s Enterprise Day (NWED).
Garret Flower, co-founder of Dublin-based Parkpnp, describes its offering as the Airbnb of car parking. Parkpnp users can rent out car parking spaces by the hour, day, week or month, and cash in on hitherto underutilised assets.
This unique Aviation and Travel Tech programme was set up to be its own fame academy, with the skills and resources to attract and support the next wave of business superstars in the aviation vertical.
Skmmp is an Irish ‘fashtech’ start-up based at NDRC focused on helping designers, wholesalers and retailers. Ultimately, end users get more lines of clothing in stores and there is more ease of use throughout the whole channel.
Enterprise Ireland's Brexit manager Jonathan McMillan being interviewed by SkyNews at the Brexit Advisory Clinic in Galway last week. Join us at our next Brexit Advisory Clinic on October 22nd in Dundalk.
Founded in 2013 by Dr Barry Greene and CEO Seamus Small, Kinesis Health Technologies, a spin-out of University College Dublin (UCD), is a digital health company driving advancements in falls prevention.