Chief operating officer Mairin Raffertyand founder and chief executive Dr Donal O’Shea of Deciphex. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Deciphex, an Irish tech company that develops software to accelerate the delivery of pathology services, has raised $6.2 million (€5.4 million) to fur(...)

Julie Sinnamon, CEO of Enterprise Ireland, speaking at the agency’s End of Year statement 2016 and the launch of its 2017-2020 strategy. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Many would-be entrepreneurs lament the lack of venture funding available on the Irish market, claiming there is widespread risk aversion, a lack of co(...)

Minister for Jobs Mary Mitchell O’Connor; ACT Venture Capital’s managing partner John Flynn; AIB’s Ray Fitzpatrick; and Enterprise Ireland’s Donnchadh Cullinan. Photograph: Iain White/Fennell Photography.

ACT Venture Capital has set up a new seed fund, the AIB Start-up Accelerator Fund 2, which plans to invest up to €1 million in 25 new companies over t(...)

Neonatal EEG device cuts time needed to fit sensors to a baby’s head from an hour to two minutes, and it can be done by any member of the nursing staff on the ward

When Jim Roche attended his first workshop with Enterprise Ireland, he didn’t have a fledgling business plan to bring with him. The founder of medical(...)

The interior of Audi’s upcoming A4, which will offer in-car connectivity via a flat-rate sim card from Irish firm Cubic Telecom which cuts out roaming charges for connected drivers.

An Irish tech firm is behind Audi’s launch of a Europe-wide, flat-rate sim card, fitted in its new models from next year, that cuts out roaming charg(...)

It is not clear how much Enterprise Ireland has paid for its investment in Cesanta

Fledgling Irish internet software company Cesanta has secured seed funding for expansion from AIB, Enterprise Ireland, San Francisco-based tech inves(...)