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 Atlantic is pivoting  towards selling directly to consumers  as many women don’t go to their doctor to discuss incontinence due to the “embarrassment factor”.

Galway-based Atlantic Therapeutics has secured additional funding from long-time backers, according to newly filed company documents. The State-backed(...)

N26 said it had seen ’unprecedented growth’ in sign-ups from those aged 65 years and over recently

Digital-only bank N26, which claims 100,000 customers in the Republic, has raised more than over $100 million (€91.6 million) as it said it has seen “(...)

Perfuze is developing next-generation catheter-based technology to treat acute ischemic stroke, which occurs when a blood vessel in the brain is blocked by a clot, preventing blood flow

Irish medtech company Perfuze has closed a €3 million seed investment fund, with backers including Enterprise Ireland and a syndicate of Irish medical(...)

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(...)

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(...)

Ciarán O’Leary, partner at Earlybird Venture Capital in Berlin

If the Web Summit is an X Factor for start-ups, then the venture capitalists are its Simon Cowells and Louis Walshes. More than 700 investors –(...)

The opening day of the 2013 Web Summit in the RDS.Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

It started out as an informal gathering of 450 techies four years ago, but this year’s Web Summit is so big, it has its own mascot – a quirky cartoon (...)