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Children’s Books Ireland chief executive Elaina Ryan with her children Fiadh (5) and Sadhbh (3). The organisation won this year’s Business to Arts Awards Judges’ Special Recognition Award supported by Accenture. Photograph: Conor McCabe

The An Post Irish Book Awards, Children’s Books Ireland and the Galway International Arts Festival were among the winners at this year’s Business to A(...)

A global survey ranked Ireland as among the top countries in the world for producing innovative solutions to the pandemic. Photograph: iStock

Necessity may be the mother of invention but adversity is its aunt. In a year in which human health faced challenges unprecedented in scale and speed (...)

New figures showing a 30.3 per cent drop in the number of home loans drawn down.

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the housing market, with new figures showing a 30.3 per cent drop in the number of home loans dr(...)

Aerogen founder and chief executive John Power

Galway-headquartered medtech company Aerogen, which is developing a number of potential Covid-19 therapies, expects to surpass €100 million in revenue(...)

Aerogen chief executive, John Power

Galway-based medtech company Aerogen is playing a key role in the development of more than 15 potential therapies for Covid-19, including a promising (...)

Julie Sinnamon, CEO of Enterprise Ireland, at the launch of International Markets Week, which saw more than 700 taking part in 2,000 virtual meetings to  plan their Covid-19, Brexit and market diversification strategies. Photograph: Maxwells

Forced to shift to an online format by Covid-19, Enterprise Ireland’s International Markets Week flagship event has succeeded beyond all expectations.(...)

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has launched a call for Irish businesses to apply to a €500 million State-backed fund for “disruptive” technologies. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

Leo Varadkar, the Tánaiste and Minister for Business, has launched a call for Irish businesses to apply to a €500 million State-backed fund for “disru(...)

Technology companies have heeded the call to alleviate the crisis.

Many Irish businesses may be on hold, but whether it is providing supports for frontline workers or helping to come up with diagnostic solutions, tech(...)

Medtronic:  Ireland’s only ventilator manufacturer, hopes to more than double the number of ventilators it makes by doubling its 250-strong Galway workforce.

Irish companies making medical devices such as ventilators and medicines that are critical in saving people during the coronavirus epidemic want speci(...)

Aerogen founder and chief executive John Power

Galway-headquartered medtech and drug delivery company Aerogen is to create at least 80 new jobs next year. The news was announced at the official op(...)

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