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Jonathan Hyland of Technology Ireland: ‘Everything we do has to be about maintaining and strengthening our position as a global digital hub’

Ireland’s technology sector has become the envy of the world thanks to its potent blend of global leaders and highly innovative indigenous firms. The (...)

IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has extended a special tax relief designed to attract overseas executives and companies to Ireland by a further t(...)

William Hollacsek, co-founder and chief techology officer of Grandpal, and Brian Daly, co-founder and chief executive.

Unlike Mary Harney, Irish tech workers have never grappled with Boston-or-Berlin logic. In the past decade, squeezed out of Dublin by euro and housin(...)

Companies relocating to Ireland is help stoke demand for executive roles

Brexit is expected to boost executive salaries in Ireland, in some cases by up to 20 per cent, according to recruitment specialist Ardlinn. The firm(...)

Computer image of the Eastgate office campus on the eastern side of the city, close to the proposed N6 Galway city ring road.

A leading Galway company has lodged a planning application for the first phase of a suburban office campus to the east of Galway city. McDonogh Capi(...)

Yew Grove’s IPO has raised €53.5 million of fresh cash.

Yew Grove Reit, a new Irish real-estate investment trust (reit), aims to raise additional equity within the next year as it proves its ability to inve(...)

Construction in the Grand Canal Basin area of Dublin Docklands in 2017. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Just 8 per cent of renters in Dublin’s Docklands are Irish, says estate agent Owen Reilly who is a property specialist in the Dublin 2 area. Reilly’s(...)

Businesses that generate commercially usable heat from renewable energy sources will be eligible to receive ongoing payments under new scheme. Photograph: Eric Luke

Details of a national support scheme for renewable heat have been announced by Denis Naughten, Minister for Climate Action and Environment. It will co(...)

“The decision to develop the Galway Technology Centre was very forward thinking at the time,” says Niamh Costello, who has been the centre’s general manager for the past four years

Back in 1992 innovation centres were not really part of the start-up landscape they are today. There were only a handful of units thinly spread across(...)

Leases can be incredibly complex agreements and even the most astute businesspeople can find themselves falling foul of clauses which they either didn’t know existed or didn’t fully appreciate their importance. Photograph: iStock

A property lease probably appears very straightforward to most people. You view the premises, agree a rent, decide on the length of the lease and hey (...)

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