Andreas Riha and Colin Napper, co-founders of Rentview: The duo, friends since their teens, both studied auctioneering, and set up a lettings agency in Smithfield in 2004

Letting agencies and prospective tenants both benefit from Dublin company’s software solution

 Katie Tsouros, co-founder of Artfetch, a curated e-commerce platform for emerging artists. Photo: Kieran Harnett

Business selects up-and-coming artists from around the world and connects them with collectors and buyers

The State’s unemployment rate, as measured by the Live Register, has fallen to 11.1 per cent as conditions in the labour market continue to improve. Photo: Daragh Mac Sweeney/Provision

Number of female claimants increases by 1,538 in year to September

Journie founder Neil Burns pitching at the ESB Spark of Genius competition last week. Journie was one of 30 finalists in the competition. photograph: mel maclaine/the photo project

Savvy investing at an early age and an eye for social media has led to start-up success

Fyffes shareholders to vote on Chiquita merger this week

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A round-up of business events happening this week

PetroNeft chairman David Golder. PetroNeft has reported a narrower first-half loss despite a decrease in revenues to $17.5 million. Photo: Eric Luke/ The Irish Times

Dublin-headquartered firm says no new wells have been drilled since February 2013

SoftCo chairman Susan Spence. The Irish software technology company  is to create up to 50 new positions over the next 12 months.

Tech firm says expansion reflects strong international demand for its business solutions

Jeff Brown: ‘We’ve barely scratched the surface of the opportunities here.’

Dublin-based firm receives investment from two different VC funds

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