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Winning solutions will be invited to join a European Innovation Council Covid-19 platform to facilitate connections with healthcare services and provide accesses to investors

More than 12,000 participants have signed up to take part in a pan-European hackathon to develop tools to fight the coronavirus outbreak. This includ(...)

The Intel facility at Leixlip, Co  Dublin. The company, along with  C&C, Allegion, Intel, Norwegian Air, RB, Saint Gobain Group, Amazon, American Airlines, Visa and Twitter, will be posting their results on Thursday.  Photograph: Dave Meehan

MONDAY Results: Trinity Biotech, Xerox. Indicators: German PPI (Sep). Meetings: CPL Resources agm (William Fry, 2 Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2);(...)

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland Energy Show: it  promotes what companies can do to improve efficiency and reduce expenditure

MONDAY Results: IFG. Indicators: German business climate, expectations and current conditions (March). TUESDAY Results: Ferguson, AG Barr. (...)

Techstars Start-Up Week Dublin organisers Gene Murphy and David Pollard. The event will run from November 19th-23rd. Photograph: Andres Poveda

Techstars, the international business accelerator which has backed more than 1,300 companies globally, is teaming up with Dublin City Council for a we(...)

Last year’s programme attracted a record number of applicants from Ireland.

Irish fintech companies are being encouraged to apply for the latest instalment of Barclays’ prestigious accelerator, a 13-week programme that will ta(...)

Techstars London managing director Eamonn Carey: “There are people with great experience here but the angel funding bit of the puzzle is still missing.”

Irish start-ups should stop rushing to open offices in Silicon Valley or New York and consider looking east instead for future growth opportunities. (...)

IAG, which also owns British Airways, Aer Lingus, Iberia and Vueling, said total passenger numbers grew by 2.6 per cent in May to 9.1 million. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty

Monday Indicators: US consumer inflation expectations (May) Meetings: Intraprenuers Squad event on workplace innovation (Bank of Ireland Workbench, (...)

Martin Cass:  Ireland has become a hotbed for technology start-ups

Barclays Bank is looking for Irish tech start-ups to take part in its London-based accelerator programme and a recruitment event for the programme is (...)

Barclays Wealth vice-president Martin Cass:  “Ireland has nurtured and produced a very significant number of successful tech entrepreneurs.”

Barclays Bank is looking for Irish fintech start-ups to take part in its London-based accelerator programme and a recruitment event for the programme (...)

A few years ago, officials and executives in New York proclaimed their ambition: to build the city into a powerful hotbed for tech innovation and since then money has poured into the city’s tech sector. But no New York start-up has been a breakout hit, the sort of blockbuster with a multibillion-dollar valuation that has become so commonplace in Silicon Valley.  Photograph:   EPA/Gary Hershorn

Predicting that your city will be the next Silicon Valley is simple. But actually making it the next Silicon Valley is something else entirely – as Ne(...)