The Irish Times managing director Liam Kavanagh presenting the award for Overall Innovation of the year to Atlantic Therapeutics’ Brendan McCormack, Danny Forde, Dr Ruth Maher, Christina Walsh and Richard Allen. Photo: Conor McCabe

Bravery and ambition were the overriding trait of the finalists at the 10th Irish Times Innovation Awards. Host David McWilliams was joined by serial (...)

Danny Forde of Atlantic Therapeutics, overall winner of this year’s Irish Times Innovation of the year award

Galway-based medtech company Atlantic Therapeutics has won the Irish Times Innovation of the Year award 2019 for developing a non-invasive, long-lasti(...)

Therese Gillespie, Sales and Marketing Executive and Danny Forde, Global Project Manager, from Atlantic Therapeutics

Urinary incontinence affects hundreds of millions of people around the world and often goes untreated and unreported due to the embarrassment involved(...)

Therese Gillespie and Danny Forde of  Atlantic Therapeutics. Photograph: Conor McCabe.

Improving confidence and quality of life Urinary incontinence affects hundreds of millions of people around the world and often goes untreated and un(...)

Judging day for this year’s Irish Times Innovation awards. Ciaran Heavey, associate prof at UCD Quinn School of Business; Dr Lisa Higgins, head of challenge Research at Science Foundation Ireland; Gearoid Mooney, research and innovation division manager, Enterprise. Ireland; Dave Flynn, executive director of Skillnet Ireland; and Aideen Dowling of KPMG. Photograph: Conor McCabe

The 15 finalists in this year’s Irish Times Innovation Awards have been selected. Across five categories, the finalists were chosen from more than 100(...)

Innovo is a neuromuscular electrical stimulation device that treats urinary and faecal incontinence in a non-invasive manner

Irish medtech company Atlantic Therapeutics has raised €28 million in investment ahead of a move into the US, just months after receiving FDA approval(...)

Seroba managing partner Peter Sandys. The Irish venture capital firm has invested further in Endotronix

Irish venture capital firm Seroba Life Sciences has participated in a new $45 million (€39 million) financing round for Endotronix, a US medtech compa(...)

Seroba managing partner Peter Sandys

Irish venture capital firm Seroba Life Sciences stands to make a return of up to €100 million following the recent sale of a company it invested in ju(...)

The Irish Stock Exchange’s IPOready programme will put 24 chief executives, chief financial officers and chief operating officers through their paces in a 15-month schedule. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) has signed up 12 companies, from non-bank lender Finance Ireland to fintech start-up Rubicoin, for the second edition o(...)

Atlantic Therapeutics: Funding will be used to accelerate growth from its Innovo technology platform and for new product development.

Galway-based Atlantic Therapeutics has raised €15 million in funding from investors, including Seroba Life Sciences and Earlybird Venture Capital. Th(...)