Cloudsmith was founded in 2013

Belfast-headquartered technology company Cloudsmith has raised £2.1 million (€2.45 million) in seed funding to bring its next-generation artifact repo(...)

Frontline, which has offices in Dublin and London, was founded in 2012

Frontline Ventures, the early-stage tech-focused venture capital firm, has put out a call for ambitious Irish entrepreneurs as it announced plans to i(...)

Logical Clocks co-founder Jim Dowling

Logical Clocks, a Swedish technology company co-founded by Irishman Jim Dowling, has raised €1.25 million from investors that include Dublin-based Fro(...)

Countingup’s CTO Mike Moate and CEO Tim Fouracre. The company secured €2.5m in its latest funding round

UK fintech firm Countingup has raised £2.3 million (€2.5 million) in seed funding to develop its accounting features, with Dublin-based venture capita(...)

Irish rugby starJamie Heaslip with co-founders Mark Cummins (left) and Charles Bibby. Picture Andres Poveda

Irish tech start up Pointy has secured $6 million in funding from a number of investors that include Irish rugby star Jamie Heaslip. The company, wh(...)

A series of bookable meetings with the Frontline and AIB teams will be held in AIB branches around the country

Up to €200,000 in funding is to be made available to 15 high-profile tech start-ups by AIB and venture-capital firm Frontline Ventures. AIB head of (...)

Julie Sinnamon, CEO of Enterprise Ireland, speaking at the agency’s End of Year statement 2016 and the launch of its 2017-2020 strategy. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Many would-be entrepreneurs lament the lack of venture funding available on the Irish market, claiming there is widespread risk aversion, a lack of co(...)

The Frontline Ventures team. The venture-capital firm aim to invest between €200,000 and €3 million in software companies at the pre-seed and seed stages over the next four years.

Venture-capital firm Frontline Ventures is set to offer €60 million in funding to early-stage business-to-business software companies. The fund, Fu(...)

Qstream chief executive Duncan Lennox

Boston-based software company Qstream is to add more jobs at its international head office in Dublin, mostly engineering positions. After a panel di(...)

Money exchange platform CurrencyFair is to expand, adding at least 50 jobs in the next year as it moves to a new headquarters in Dublin and prepares t(...)

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