Left to right: Karl Aherne, director of Wayra Ireland, Liam Casey, founder CEO of PCH International and Richard Whelan, CEO of Popdeem Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

It’s crunch day for 11 young companies that form the first Irish graduating group from Wayra, Telefónica’s start-up accelerator.A stage has been set u(...)

Cork-headquartered PCH International has unveiled the details of its new incubation programme aimed at hardware makers. Highway1 is a four-month progr(...)

Not so long ago consumer devices manufacturer PCH International was touted as one of the most likely candidates to make its debut on a stock market – (...)

Irish supply chain solutions company PCH International will open an engineering and product development facility in San Francisco in October. It will (...)

Edmond Harty, founder of Dairymaster, overall winner of last year’s Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards

Four of these businesses – Datahug, Barracuda FX, Sugru and Sixteen South - which are finalists in the emerging category of the Ernst & Young E(...)

US-based yoghurt maker Hamdi Ulukaya was chosen as the 2013 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year at a ceremony in Monaco. Photograph: Ken Lennox

US-based yoghurt maker Hamdi Ulukaya was chosen as the 2013 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year at a ceremony in Monaco over the weekend. Born (...)

The company is also the first European firm that has been accepted into Irish headquartered PCH International’s accelerator programme. (...)

Minister for jobs, enterprise and innoviation Richard Bruton  speaking at Government Buildings today. From left, Sean O Driscoll (Glen Dimplex Group), Dave Sannon (AbbVie) Louise Phelan (Paypal), Heather Reynolds (Eishtec ) and Dave Geragty,(representing John Herlihy of Google) Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton has praised the “patriotism” of six leading private sector figures who have been se(...)

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