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Head of the London Syndicate Harry McDermott: “There is a real appetite among the London-based Irish community to invest in high-potential Irish start-ups.”

A London-based investment syndicate is to invest €3 million into Irish start-ups over the next three years. This is the second international syndicat(...)

BoI chief Francesca McDonagh: “Having a professional, and highly sought after location to work from, in a city of real growth potential, is an invaluable support for Irish entrepreneurs.” Photograph:  Cyril Byrne

Bank of Ireland is opening applications for its Startlab incubator in New York, inviting small businesses to apply for office space. Seven companies(...)

 John Phelan, national director, HBAN; Feargall Kenny, Digital Irish Angels Syndicate; and Ciarán Madden, Consul General of Ireland in New York

A business organisation that promotes angel investment in Ireland has announced a new overseas partnership with a similar body in New York to encourag(...)

Jon Bayle and Tony Kelly of Deposify: the company expects to confirm its third US banking partner before the year’s end

Dublin-based fintech start-up Deposify is looking to raise $3 million (€2.5 million) from new and existing investors as it seeks to accelerate growth (...)

UCD campus in Belfield. A campaign to tackle the issue of landlords withholding tenants’ deposits will be launched by the USI. File photograph: Frank Miller

A campaign to tackle the issue of landlords withholding tenants’ deposits will be launched today by the Union of Students in Ireland (USI). The USI(...)

Deposify founder Jon Bayle said: “We are delighted to welcome our new investors and excited about building our US offering.” Photograph: Bernhard Richter/Getty Images/iStockphoto

Dublin-based financial technology start-up Deposify has raised €1.1 million to fund a US expansion programme. The money was raised from a number of(...)

Deposify provides a deposit management service that allows landlords and tenants to manage and control how and when rental deposits are paid, and resolve related disputes, quickl

Dublin-headquartered software company Escher Group has invested €125,000 in Deposify, a fintech start-up that aims to solve disputes between landlords(...)