Glofox

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Stripe founders Patrick and John Collins

Stripe, the online payments company founded by Irish brothers Patrick and John Collison, may be on its way to becoming a household name, but few peopl(...)

Glofox chief executive Conor O’Loughlin.

Irish gym management software company Glofox has raised $10 million (€9.2 million) in funding and announced a new live streaming platform for gyms as (...)

For some people, remote working is not an emergency measure, but a way of life, one that allows them to live in areas that are lower cost, and become part of a community, organising events, being part of the local GAA organisation. Photograph: iStock

Why has it taken so long for employers to embrace the idea of remote working? The current coronavirus outbreak and the measures put in place to help a(...)

Owners Karl Swaine,Diarmuid Mc Sweeney and Niall Horgan in the Gym + Coffee   shop in the Dundrum Shopping Centre. Photograph: Kyran O’Brien

Gym+Coffee exercised a novel approach when launching its athleisure clothing range to the world, proving timing is everything. Now with three permanen(...)

The not-for-profit, which started life as a WhatsApp group in 2018, now has over 60 local chapters across the State and 10,000 members

Grow Remote, a community project intended to increase employment opportunities in regional areas by connecting remote workers with companies looking t(...)

Glofox chief executive Conor O’Loughlin

Glofox, a Dublin-based start-up which provides business management software to fitness studios and gyms, has raised $10 million (€11.5 million) in fun(...)

BoI chief Francesca McDonagh: “Having a professional, and highly sought after location to work from, in a city of real growth potential, is an invaluable support for Irish entrepreneurs.” Photograph:  Cyril Byrne

Bank of Ireland is opening applications for its Startlab incubator in New York, inviting small businesses to apply for office space. Seven companies(...)

Conor O’Loughlin of Glofox: “We expect to grow revenues by more than 200 per cent for the coming year.” Photograph: Con O’Donoghue

Glofox, a Dublin-based start-up which provides apps and software that help gyms and fitness studios manage their businesses more effectively, has rais(...)

Business angel investor Bernard Collins with Halo Business Angel Network national director John Phelan.

Investors associated with the Halo Business Angel Network (HBAN) ploughed more than €13 million into 50 Irish start-ups last year with the average inv(...)