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The new Belfast operation will be the firm’s largest outside Cork. Photograph: iStock

A Cork-headquartered software company expects to create 85 jobs in a new development and support hub in Belfast. Teamwork. com, a SaaS (Software as a(...)

Michael Carey, East Coast Bakehouse; Anne Heraty, CEO CPL Resources; and Kevin McLoughlin, partner lead for the EY EOY programme. Photograph: EY

The shortlist for the 2018 EY Entrepreneur of the Year (EOY) awards, now in its 21st year in Ireland, has been released with 24 finalists selected to (...)

Vodafone sales director Leo O’Leary, Cork Chamber chief executive Conor Healy, Vodafone’s Debbie O’Leary and President of Cork Chamber Bill O’Connell with Boston Scientfic’s  Barbara O’Gorman and Sean Gayer at Cork City Hall. Photograph: Darragh Kane

Affordable apartments to rent together with investment in public transport are essential if Cork is to become a thriving regional centre to counter ac(...)

Peter Coppinger, Teamwork founder

Cork tech firm Teamwork is offering incubation space to “software as a service” (Saas) start-ups free of charge. The company, which recently announc(...)

Teamwork timeline:  The recruitment drive at the business management applications developer will bring the total number of employees at the firm to 120, up from 20 in 2014. Photograph: Teamwork.com

Teamwork. com is set to expand its Cork headquarters, adding 50 jobs by the end of next year. The firm, which develops business management applicati(...)

Teamwork.com’s  offices at Blackpool Retail Park

Irish tech company Teamwork. com is leasing three floors of offices at Park House in Blackpool Retail Park in what is one of the most significant offi(...)

Teamwork currently employs about 50 people and hopes to add 40 more by the end of this year, according to Donal Cahalane.

Cork-based software company Teamwork is set to nearly double its staff between now and Christmas, according to its vice president of growth and market(...)

Casting votes at  AIB Start-up Night in Crane Lane, Cork.

The AIB Start-up Academy travelled to Cork for its start-up night this week. The keynote speakers were two successful Corkonians – Donal Cahalane of (...)

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