From left:  EY Industry Entrepreneur Of The Year, John Purdy; EY Entrepreneur Of The Year, Mark Roden and EY Emerging Entrepreneur Of The Year, Terry Fox. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

IT company has grown from three to more than 200 employees

Mark Roden of mobile payments firm Ding: overall winner of EY Entrepreneur Of The Year. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Special award goes to former attorney general Peter Sutherland

 Terry Fox wins EY Emerging Entrepreneur Of The Year. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Winner produces 8 million paper cups a month and employs more than 55 people

Ed Byrne and Glen Reid, co-founders of So Sell It, with Minister for Jobs  Richard Bruton announcing that the Dublin-based start-up is expanding into the UK

Platform allows users to buy, swap, sell and get direct offers for their goods online

Sheology Digital co-founders  Sandra and Cormac McKenna.

Sheology Digital’s revenues increased 134% as profits more than doubled in 2013

Screengrab from Bitnet’s website

Belfast-based firm plans to expand its physical presence into continental Europe and Asia

Asystec managing director and co-founder Les Byrne

Labs will be located in Limerick, Cork, Dublin and Belfast and will create 20 new jobs

Icon headquarters at Leopardstown, Co Dublin. The medical outsourcing provider has posted a 14.1 per cent increase in third quarter revenue.

Medical outsourcing provider has increased its earnings per share guidance for the year

Bobby Kerr of Insomnia Coffee Company (left), Base Wood Pizza founder Shane Crilly and owner of McCarron’s Candy Dawn McCarron at the launch of the AIB Start-up Academy. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds Photography

Ten finalists to be shortlisted in November for eight-week programme

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