Simteractive founder and chief executive  Elaine Reynolds thinks the “very active, very supportive” game development scene in Ireland is growing fast.

An unusually large number of Irish video game start-ups are preparing to go to the most important industry conference in the world, thanks in part to (...)

Melissa Curley: SocialBee is an events catering service

1 Give us your pitch: Why should someone buy one of your products/service? SocialBee is an events catering service, specialising in afternoon tea part(...)

Linda and Dan Kiely, Voxpro.

Three couples talk about the ups and downs of starting businesses together. Dan and Linda Kiely Voxpro Dan and Linda Kiely were a couple long b(...)

Sarah O’Connor and Isolde Johnson with their Cool Beans products, which is now being sold through Waitrose in the United Kingdom: ‘The transition was greatly helped by the large number of Irish people living in the UK.’

As an Irish-based food company, the domestic market will always be of immense importance to us. However, we have known from the beginning that in orde(...)

Neueda founder Brendan Monaghan: “You have to take small risks. There’s no point risking your house on something. Don’t over-stress yourself because it will have a negative impact on your organisation.”

Think really hard before starting a business, Neueda founder Brendan Monaghan told the Belfast Start-up Night this week. Monaghan started Neueda, an(...)

Shane Murphy and Darragh Kirby and pitched online group travel and activity booking platform, Groopeze. Photo:  Shane O’Neill.

Turning gaps in the market into business opportunities was the theme at the AIB Start-up Night in Dublin last night. Guest speaker Jennie McGinn of (...)

Think really hard before starting a business, Nueda founder Brendan Monaghan told the Belfast Start-up Night this week.

Think really hard before starting a business, Nueda founder Brendan Monaghan told the Belfast Start-up Night this week. Monaghan started Nueda,(...)

Philip Bain, co-founder of ShredBank, Northern Ireland’s leading on-site document shredding company, will talk about his new book of advice for start-ups, Start to Grow.

A Belfast entrepreneur will share his guide to starting and growing a business at the AIB Start-up Night next week. The event will take place o(...)

“Pop-ups for gaining email subscribers are so important but remember to offer an actual incentive, such as a competition, and don’t ask for much information,” says Seth Smith, founder of Bachelor’s Box

It is almost impossible to start a business without making a few mistakes along the way. Here are a few things entrepreneurs wish they had known befor(...)

Bobby Kerr said when he started Insomnia Coffee, “you never saw anybody walking down the street with a latte”.

There was a focus on successful companies with local origins at the AIB Start-up Night in Kilkenny. Bobby Kerr talked about the growth of his company,(...)