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Patrick Kelly, director at Vistatec, says the company has made donations to several organisations to show its appreciation for frontline workers, including those at St James’s Hospital, in Dublin.

It has taken workers from a broad spectrum of industries to keep Ireland moving since the pandemic made its way to our shores at the start of 2020. F(...)

Catering staff Johnny Glynn, Chelsea Connell, Ryan Murphy, and Chris Traynor, laid off employees of Aramark protesting outside their former workplace the former AIB Headquarters in Ballsbridge. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Catering staff at the former Allied Irish Bank (AIB) headquarters in Ballsbridge, Dublin say they were “dumped after years of loyalty” when given just(...)

Aramark acquired the Avoca business for a reported €64 million from the Pratt family in 2015.

Food and lifestyle luxuries retailer Avoca has warned of possible redundancies due to the Covid-19 crisis, as some branches including its Dublin city-(...)

Peter Murphy and Kieran Murphy, co-founders of ZiggyTec, which can   deal with multiple meters across multiple sites and send the data in real time to the property’s manager

Peter Murphy and Kieran Murphy are the unrelated co-founders of the energy data software start-up ZiggyTec. The company was established in 2018 and no(...)

The business models and working patterns of many organisations have changed, maybe forever.

For the last three weeks, the facilities manager for a large tech company headquartered in one of Dublin’s business parks has been giving the company’(...)

Former Avoca managing director Tara O’Neill. Photograph: Alan Betson

Avoca managing director Tara O’Neill has unexpectedly left the company after less than three years at the helm and just weeks after she had expressed (...)

‘More of our customers have been baking from scratch and yeast sales are through the roof,’ says Avoca MD Tara O’Neill of the company’s dramatic surge in sales of baking products. Photograph: Alan Betson

When Tara O’Neill became Avoca’s managing director nearly three years ago she probably never imagined that a day would come when the most tactile and (...)

Catherine Toolan, who takes over as managing director of Guinness Storehouse

The State’s most visited tourist attraction, the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, has appointed a new managing director to replace Paul Carty, who has s(...)

Avoca owner Aramark group’s redundancy/restructuring costs totalled €3.4 million last year.

Restructuring costs and strategic investment in new Avoca stores contributed to Avoca owner Aramark Ireland recording a €14.9 million pretax loss last(...)

Through a range of acquisitions and strategic partnerships with upscale Irish food brands, Dunnes has pursued the higher end of the market

It is deep into the afternoon on a weekday and four young women have met up for a late lunch. They are all aged in their early- to mid-30s, well-dress(...)

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