Siofra Flood, former COO of Swrve, has committed to becoming a lead entrepreneur for the next cycle of Going for Growth. (Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times)

Going for Growth is looking to recruit 60 female entrepreneurs to participate in the next phase of its entrepreneurship programme. The programm(...)

Construction cranes across the skyline along the south Dublin docklands in 2007. Developing a sustainable construction sector is one of the key aims outlined in the report from the National Competitiveness Council. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

FIONA REDDANIntroducing a site-value tax for commercial property to replace the current system of commercial rates should be explored in 2014 , The Na(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny: has sung the praises of Eishtech. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

The Waterford company that grew out of the ashes of Talk Talk has become the darling of political parties.Eishtech, which was set up in 2010 by three (...)

Minister for jobs, enterprise and innoviation Richard Bruton  speaking at Government Buildings today. From left, Sean O Driscoll (Glen Dimplex Group), Dave Sannon (AbbVie) Louise Phelan (Paypal), Heather Reynolds (Eishtec ) and Dave Geragty,(representing John Herlihy of Google) Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton has praised the “patriotism” of six leading private sector figures who have been se(...)

A queue of jobhunters for the 100 jobs being offered by  Eishtec in Waterford at jobs fair in the city yesterday.

“There’s lads after coming through that door who had no computer skills and now they’re top sales people.” Mark Walsh from Kilmeaden has(...)