CitySwift co-founders Brian O’Rourke and Alan Farrelly. The company has raised €4m in funding to date.

CitySwift, a company that provides data-driven scheduling and planning technology for public transport companies, has secured a multimillion euro cont(...)

Cubic Telecom chief executive Barry Napier

Cubic Telecom, whose software is installed in millions of cars globally, reached break-even in 2019 after revenues almost doubled to €38.2 million fro(...)

Hban investors have ploughed more than €120 million into Irish start-ups since it formed 14 years ago.

Angel investors continued to back Irish start-ups last year despite the coronavirus pandemic, new figures show. Investors associated with the Halo An(...)

Provizio founder and chief executive Barry Lunn: ‘We are using unparalleled ‘beyond line-of-sight’ sensor technology coupled with AI to perceive, predict and prevent accidents’

An Irish start-up seeking to make accident prevention technology as ubiquitous as seat belts in vehicles has raised $6.2 million (€5.2 million) in a f(...)

Hildegarde Naughton, Minister of State at the Department of Transport with CitySwift co-founders Alan Farrelly and Brian O’Rourke

CitySwift, an Irish company that provides data-driven scheduling and planning technology for public transport companies, is to create 50 new jobs over(...)

Scurri founder and chief executive Rory O’Connor: “you’re always looking at ways to accelerate growth”

Online logistics company Scurri has secured a further €1.5 million from existing investors to accommodate accelerated growth due to the pandemic. The(...)

 CitySwift will provide a tool for passengers that can help them decide when best to travel on buses.  Photograph: Getty Images

Galway-headquartered CitySwift has rolled out new technology for one of Britain’s biggest public transport companies aimed at easing commuters’ fears (...)

Drop has developed an operating system for the kitchen

Irish smart-kitchen company Drop has raised $13.3 million (€11.85 million) with backers including Steve Horowitz, one of the original software enginee(...)

While funding for tech companies in the Republic has slowed down since the onset of the crisis, it hasn’t dried up completely.

In a perfect world this would be a time of celebration for the Irish tech sector. With a number of high-profile deals for indigenous companies since t(...)

The $400 million (€369 million) acquisition of Irish chipmaker Decawave by Apple supplier Qorvo in late January is the largest European exit of the year so far

The sale of two Irish technology companies represented the biggest exits across Europe during the first quarter, new data shows. Overall, European ex(...)

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