Bord Bia

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Sinéad O’Brien of Mungo Murphy’s Seaweed Co in Galway.
An appetite for success

A country’s food culture is all part of the traveller’s experience. In Ireland’s case, the produce of a veritable army of artisanal food companies is (...)

Despite the threat of Brexit, 66 per cent of companies surveyed said they intend to maintain or grow sales in Britain over the coming years

Almost all Irish food and drink companies now claim to be ‘Brexit-ready’. However, as many as 68 per cent of them are still uncertain what impact ther(...)

The Irish Food Board, which works to make a commercial success of Irish food, drink and horticultural businesses overseas, came first in a study by the Reputations Agency. File photograph: Board Bia

Bord Bia has come first in a ranking of the most reputable companies and organisations in the State. The Irish Food Board, which works to make a com(...)

Grand Slam reputation: Rolex brand ambassador Roger Federer kisses the Wimbledon trophy in 2017. Photograph: Glyn Kirk/AFP

Why is Rolex judged to be the most reputable company in the world? “It sort of has a higher purpose,” says Stephen Hahn-Griffiths, chief reputation of(...)

Julie Ennis

Service provider Sodexo has appointed a new managing director of corporate services, with Julie Ennis stepping into the role. Ms Ennis joined the com(...)

The value of meat and livestock exports from Ireland rose 1 per cent to just under €4 billion in 2018

Food and drink exports to the UK from the Republic continued to rise last year even as the threat of Brexit grew, new figures show. Some €4.5 billion(...)

Martin Fitzgerald and Dave Ronayne of Clashrock Capital with Tatsiana Skrabatun and Alex Chernenko of Translit. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Translit, a Cork-headquartered translation company, has secured €500,000 in investment from backers that include Dave Ronayne, chief executive of Iris(...)

Irish whiskey producers have sought assistance from Bord Bia to help tap markets in Asia, where Irish brown spirits are currently small players.

Rival Irish whiskey producers are teaming up in a bid to seek European Union funding to carve out new multimillion-euro opportunities for growth in Ch(...)

Visitors queue at the entrance of the first China International Import Expo  in Shanghai:  event  takes place as US president Donald Trump presses China to reduce its huge trade deficit with the US. Photograph: Johannes EIsele/AFP/Getty

Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys oversaw the signing of €50 million worth of deals at the International Import Expo (...)

Tara McCarthy: “Our relationship with China is something we really value, and are committed to continue to grow.”

The first China International Import Expo (CIIE) is a historic opportunity for companies from Ireland to introduce themselves to the Chinese market an(...)

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