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Savouring the very first homegrown potatoes or carrots is a magical feeling

So how are your potato plants doing? That basil you sowed back in the darkest days of the lockdown when it felt like the beginning of the end of the w(...)

While funding for tech companies in the Republic has slowed down since the onset of the crisis, it hasn’t dried up completely.

In a perfect world this would be a time of celebration for the Irish tech sector. With a number of high-profile deals for indigenous companies since t(...)

Hban investors have ploughed more than €16.8 million into Irish start-ups last year.

Investors associated with the Halo Angel Business Network (Hban) put a combined €16.8 million into 66 Irish start-ups last year. This is a dramatic i(...)

Freshly harvested produce in the walled kitchen garden of Burtown House in Co Carlow. Photograph: Richard Johnston

So it’s farewell to “the tenties”- or whatever you want to call the last decade – and hello to the “twenty-twenties”. But before we bid this dying dec(...)

Laura Healy and Andrew Kelly, whose homemade kombucha and kefir drinks led to their light-bulb moment

Ideas for new businesses come about in all sorts of weird and wonderful ways and for Laura Healy and Andrew Kelly, co-founders of drinks company Gut I(...)

Richard Morton, manager, Equity Investment Unit, AIB, left, Minister Heather Humphreys, Donnchadh Cullinan, manager, Growth Capital, Enterprise Ireland and Paul Finnerty, chairman of Yield Lab Europe, at the announcement of a new ’agtech fund’

Galway-based agritech accelerator programme Yield Lab Europe has announced a new €21 million venture capital fund backed by Enterprise Ireland and AIB(...)

 John Lynam, chief technology officer and co-founder of Hexafly and  Julian Seymour, syndicates manager at HBAN.

Hexafly, an Irish biotech start-up that has developed a new method of sustainable insect farming, is seeking to raise €10 million later this year to b(...)

The winner of the One2Watch competition will be given the opportunity to pitch their idea to 1,200 attendees at the forthcoming FutureScope conference in Dublin

Four Irish start-ups have been selected to fight it out in a competition to find the country’s most scalable business idea. The winner of the One2Wat(...)