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Business volunteers Colin O’Brien and Ciara Egan from Avanade conducting a Junior Achievement Ireland entreprenuership education programme  with fifth class from Scoil Treasa Naofa, Donore Avenue.  Photograph: Alan Betson

You have to admire the optimism of children who set up shop on the street outside their house to sell a ragged assortment of “pre-loved” toys, books a(...)

Primary school pupils from St Patrick’s primary school in Augher, Co Tyrone, present their entry in last year’s Junior Entrepreneur Programme. Photograph: Jerry Kennelly/JEP

A few years ago entrepreneur and multimillionaire Jerry Kennelly had the bright idea of using the school classroom to help nurture the business people(...)

Jerry Kennelly, chief executive of Tweak.com: “What is hard is finding the people who make the decisions  and getting them to believe  they should  back you”

Many people think entrepreneurship means having a great idea, collecting the grants and then swanning around the world meeting clients in swanky resta(...)

Tweak.com founder Jerry Kennelly said the lack of Irish software engineers pointed to education policy failures and unintended consequences of IDA success.

Ireland lacks a cohesive State policy in terms of software engineering that is limiting our potential and damaging key players, says entrepreneur Jer(...)

Entrepreneur  Jerry Kennelly: wants the next government to find ways to ensure  the unemployed are   motivated to join  the workforce.

This article is part of The Irish Times Meet the Voters series, profiling ten sample voters in a bid to track the impact of the 2016 General Election(...)

 Oxymem’s Wayne Byrne (front left) and Dr Eoin Syron (front right) with the team. Photograph: David O’Shea

Oxymem, overall winner of the 2014 Irish Times Innovation Award, has added another award to its growing list of achievements. The company has been pre(...)

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A free entrepreneurship programme in primary schools got the thumbs-up from Irish teachers who are using it. More than 10,000 primary school childr(...)

“When we entered the awards we were selling 100,000 units a year,” says Aerogen CEO John Power. “This year we will do one million units and we have treated more than two million patients overall so far.”

Tweak Founded by serial entrepreneur Jerry Kennelly, the 2012 service category winner Tweak.com is a web-based service that puts design and graphics c(...)

David Puttnam: the renowned British film-maker will address the Digital Agenda Assembly in Dublin on Thursday. Photograph: David Sleator

The digital economy and the potential for jobs creation in an increasingly digital world will be the focus of a Digital Agenda Assembly, which is expe(...)

James Whelton: CoderDojo founder

More than 200 coding mentors and kid coders are expected to gather in Slane Castle at the weekend for the second annual CoderDojo conference. (...)