Coroflo

5 results

Coroflo chief executive Rosanne Longmore

Irish medtech company Coroflo has raised €1 million from private investors as it gears up for a commercial launch of its groundbreaking breastfeeding (...)

Participants in Trinity College Dublin’s LaunchBox accelerator programme, now in its seventh year.

Seven Irish start-ups have received funding of up to €2.5 million each from the European Innovation Council. Among the recipients are a small Irish (...)

Judges for the first round of this year’s Irish Times Innovation awards: Lana Briggs of KPMG; Lisa Higgins of Science Foundation Ireland; David Keeley of Enterprise Ireland; Michael McAleer of The Irish Times; and Eric Donald of Teagasc. They were joined in the judging by (not in photo) Gearóid Mooney of Enterprise Ireland and Ciaran Heavey of UCD.

After sorting through this year’s applications, 85 entrants qualified to enter this year’s awards judging process, across five categories. The innovat(...)

Former Independent News & Media chief executive Gavin O’Reilly is the guest on this week’s Inside Business podcast. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Central Bank has begun enforcement investigations into Bank of Ireland and KBC Bank Ireland as part of an industry-wide examination of overchargin(...)

Richard Branson and Rosanne Longmore of Coroflo with the breastfeeding device: the start-up plans to launch its device in Ireland  in the third quarter of 2018. Photograph:  Jonathan Syer

Coroflo, a Dublin-based medtech firm that has developed what it claims is the world’s first accurate breastfeeding monitor, has been valued at €4 mill(...)