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FutureScope One2Watch 2018 Finalists (L-R) Ronan Kelly, founder and CEO, Bespoke Choice; Barry Murphy, CTO, Electrical Analytics; Lucy O’Keeffe, co-founder and CEO, CroiValve; Fergal O’Connor, founder and CEO, Buymedia.

Four Irish start-ups have been chosen to face off against each other in the finals of a competition to find the country’s most scalable business idea.(...)

Eamonn Boland, Marie Bourke, Barry Lunn, Valerie Somers and Denver Humphrey of Arralis: the radar and wireless communications specialist raised €50 million in funding last year. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

More than half of Irish product-focused technology firms that obtained funding in 2017 were established during the last five years, new figures show. (...)

Jim Joyce (left), chief executive of HealthBeacon, with the firm’s CTO Kieran Daly

Irish medtech firm, HealthBeacon, whose backers include Bill McCabe’s Oyster Capital, is looking to raise €5 million to bring total funds to more than(...)

Jim Joyce (left), chief executive of HealthBeacon, with the firm’s CTO Kieran Daly

The fast pace of modern life can make it difficult for those on strict medication regimens. At best, about 70 per cent of patients stick to their pres(...)

Data from  Tech Ireland

There are now close to 100 indigenous companies working in the social media/advertising space in Ireland, with start-ups in the sector having collecti(...)

Niamh Bushnell: “TechIreland is a massively ambitious task.”

A new public database aimed at providing a detailed portrait of Ireland’s start-up scene is about to go live. The initiative aims to map, track and s(...)

Clerys: Quadrant part-funded the €29 million purchase of the department store in Dublin last summer by Irish investment group D2 Private. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

US investment firm Quadrant Real Estate Advisors is planning to raise as much as €500 million for a Dublin-based fund aimed at financing Irish and UK (...)

Quadrant previously part-funded the purchase of the Clerys building last year by Irish investment group D2 Private. Photograph:  Frank Miller

US investment firm Quadrant Real Estate Advisors is understood to have provided €30 million of finance for Dublin deals so far this year as banks rem(...)