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ArcLabs innovation centre at Waterford Institute of Technology has been home to more than 60 start-up companies, including FeedHenry Ltd.

Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) retained less than €1 million from the €65 million sale of a spin-out company developed on its campus, accordi(...)

David and Sandra Whelan, Immersive VR Education chief executive and chief operating officer respectively. David Whelan, CEO and Sandra Whelan, COO, Immersive VR Education. Picture by Shane O’Neill, SON Photographic

“I saw you going by there,” David Whelan says, sticking his head out the door of an inconspicuous office building as I search for our meeting place. (...)

Immotion creates (VR) arcade-style game pods that are displayed in shopping malls, leisure centres and other locations

Immotion, a Manchester-based start-up backed by Irish tech entrepreneur Barry Downes, has raised £5.75 million (€6.5 million ) after listing in London(...)

ArcLabs innovation centre at Waterford Institute of Technology  has been home to more than 60 start-up companies.

An independent review into the sale of intellectual property by third-level colleges has found weaknesses in the way conflicts of interest among resea(...)

Suir Valley is led by businessman Barry Downes, who sold Feedhenry, the mobile software developer that he founded, to US multinational Redhat for more than €60 million, in 2014

An investment company linked to Irish venture capital fund Suir Valley Ventures will raise about €3.75 million by offering its shares on the London St(...)

The 12-week programme will be based in the ArcLabs innovation centre at Waterford Institute of Technology

A new accelerator programme for tech start-ups in the southeast region of the country that also provides a €30,000 investment for up to 10 companies h(...)

Dublin-based virtual reality games developer WarDucks has raised €1.3 million in seed funding from a round led by the Irish venture capital firm Suir (...)

Wia chief executive Conall Laverty, Mike Brennan of Enterprise Ireland and Suir Valley Ventures managing partner Barry Downes.

Wia, a Dublin-based start-up that aims to be the “Stripe for the Internet of Things” (IoT), has raised €750,000 in seed funding as it looks to expand (...)

Waterford Institute of Technology’s current president, Willie Donnelly, was vice-president of research at the time of the sale.

The Higher Education Authority (HEA) has been urged to investigate whether there are conflicts of interest among senior staff across third-level coll(...)

David Smith:  “There’s no doubt it’s a good time to be bought and make an exit. Corporations have cash and it’s easier to acquire technology than to do blue-sky thinking.”

As an Irishman heading up the US office of a UK mergers and acquisitions bank in Silicon Valley, David Smith gets a tri-cultural perspective on one of(...)

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