‘As a responsible Government we have been preparing for different types of Brexit and we will continue planning for the unlikely case of a ‘no deal’ Brexit.’

On Wednesday next week the Cabinet will meet in Kerry and as the Minister with special responsibility for Brexit I will be bringing a memo to colleagu(...)

The UK remains the Republic’s largest export market, with more than a third of products bound for Britain. Photograph: Stringer/Reuters

Steady progress was made in diversifying the State’s export market in 2017 as a record €22.71 billion worth of products were exported, according to fi(...)

Chasing Returns founder Ann Hunt

Dublin-based Chasing Returns has become the second Irish fintech firm to be selected to take part in the UK financial regulator’s “sandbox” programme.(...)

A total  151 applications for loans under the Brexit loan scheme have been made to date.

Just 10 loans totalling a combined €2.5 million have been provided to Irish companies under the Government’s €300 million Brexit loan scheme so far, n(...)

FenuHealth co-founders Annie Madden and Kate Madden.   Photograph: Alan Betson

FenuHealth, an equine feed business founded by entrepreneurs Kate (18) and Annie (16) Madden from Meath, will establish a UK distribution centre to de(...)

Mary McKenna, Tour America and Cruise Holidays:   the only female entrepreneur in the Irish travel industry to have set up a tour operator company.

It was her family who influenced Mary McKenna to get into the travel business, with her father running Atlas Travel here for an uncle in San Francisco(...)

Barry Napier, Cubic Telecom

Barry Napier has more than 18 years’ experience in telecommunications along with two successful mergers and acquisitions. Since acquiring Cubic Telec(...)

Gerry Clarke and Dr Brendan Boland, co-founders of Loci Orthopaedics.

Loci Orthopaedics, a Galway-based medical devices start-up that has developed a new joint implant to treat arthritis, has raised €2.75 million in a se(...)

John Keohane: “Our primary focus is on growing the business and enjoying the journey for the moment.”

“There was going to be this change in the industry, a seismic shift, where it was moving from florescent base and metal halide traditional lighting so(...)

ESRI finds 22 per cent of Irish-owned firms rely on the UK for over 75 per cent of imports.

More than half of the imported materials used by Irish-owned firms to produce final products are sourced in the UK, according to a study by the Econom(...)

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