Founded by Robert Fenton in 2012, Qualio has over 1,000 clients

Qualio, a software company founded and led by Irishman Robert Fenton, has raised $11 million (€9.6 million) and intends to create a large number of jo(...)

US Software-as-a-Service companies typically opt for London, Dublin and Amsterdam

Dublin is the second most popular city in Europe for fast-growing software companies expanding outside the US, a new report shows. However, it lags f(...)

 Evervault founder Shane Curran: “If no one builds the data privacy infrastructure for the internet, data privacy will never exist.” Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

Young Scientist winner Shane Curran has raised $16 million (€14.5 million) from some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley investment for his data pr(...)

The $400 million (€369 million) acquisition of Irish chipmaker Decawave by Apple supplier Qorvo in late January is the largest European exit of the year so far

The sale of two Irish technology companies represented the biggest exits across Europe during the first quarter, new data shows. Overall, European ex(...)

TeachKloud founder and chief executive Wendy Oke.

A Cork-based technology start-up that has developed a platform for early childcare providers has completed a €750,000 funding round and expects to ra(...)

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(...)

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