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Boxever chief executive Dave O’Flanagan and AIB chief digital officer Seamus Murphy.

AIB has partnered with data analytics company Boxever to use its technology to better engage with customers. The partnership marks the first banking (...)

Boxever co-founders (left to right) Dermot O’Connor, Dave O’Flanagan and Alan Giles

Irish travel tech firm Boxever recorded a 65 per cent jump in revenues in 2016, a period in which accumulated losses jumped to almost €14 million. Th(...)

Boxever co-founders (left to right) Dermot O’Connor, Dave O’Flanagan and Alan Giles

Irish travel tech firm Boxever is looking to raise a further €6 million in private equity to bring total funding to date to more than €20 million. Po(...)

Profitero cofounders (from left) Volodymyr Pigrukh, Dmitry Vysotski and Kanstantsin Chernysh

Irish-founded ecommerce analytics firm Profitero is to open an office in China as it looks to increase its presence in Asia-Pacific. The company, whi(...)

InsideSales.com is behind a so-called “sales acceleration platform” that is built on Neuralytics, a predictive and prescriptive self-learning engine

InsideSales.com, which has developed a sales tracking software platform, will create 120 jobs in Ireland over the next three years after raising $50 m(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny with Genomics Medicine Ireland co-founders Daniel Crowley, Paul Thurk, Sean Ennis and Maurice Treacy.

Irish life sciences start-up Genomics Medicine Ireland is to create 150 new jobs in Ireland after raising $40 million (€36 million) in a funding roun(...)

Investment company Polaris Partners has begun an intern programme, offering students and recent graduates the chance to work in its US office. The (...)

CHQ: Dogpatch Labs will occupy 1,254sq m (13,500sq ft) of space there that was previously a retail store. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dogpatch Labs is moving from the Warehouse building on Barrow Street to CHQ where it will occupy 1,254sq m (13,500sq ft) of space that was previously (...)

James Whelton: “ I was never recognised as being high-achieving or academic at school. It was frustrating as I was really good at programming but getting my ass kicked by my pass maths teacher.” Photograph: The Guardian

When James Whelton was 18, he turned down €100,000 for a 10 per cent stake in his company Social Force in order to develop CoderDojo. While it was a h(...)

Ryanair has recently shaken up its customer service and launched a drive to attract more businesss travellers and famililes

Ryanair has signed up Boxever, the travel marketing software specialist whose investors include a firm backed by Irelandia, the investment vehicle run(...)

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