Venari co-founders Seán Cummins, Stephen Cox and Nigel Phelan. Photograph: Martina Regan

Chronic venous disease (CVD) affects one in four adults and covers a range of conditions from enlarged varicose veins to distressing and uncomfortabl(...)

Some of the €40 million for tourism will be used to advertise in Britain key attractions like the Cliffs of Moher .

A €650 million fund will be made immediately available to prop up the agriculture, enterprise and tourism sectors in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Mi(...)

The economy as reflected in unemployment rates in Ireland and across Europe continues to look healthy. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Monday, September 30th Indicators: Euro zone unemployment (Aug); UK GDP (Q2), business investment (Q2), mortgage approvals and lending (Aug), net len(...)

Colin Henehan of the HBAN medtech syndicate, and Bluedrop Medical founders Simon Kiersey and Chris Murphy.

Irish medtech company Bluedrop Medical has secured €1.2 million in a seed investment round to bring the total raised by the start-up this year to €3.(...)

 Cows stand beneath a sign for the diused Customs Office along the Irish Border   in Newry, Northern Ireland. Photograph:  Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

Only one-in-10 businesses are preparing for a no-deal Brexit despite the fact that many of them see it as serious threat, cross-border body, Intertrad(...)

Photograph: iStock

Brexit is causing businesses to defer investment decisions but is having very little impact on consumer savings, according to two surveys. The Bank (...)

Buymie Technologies founder Devan Hughes. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Buymie, an Irish start-up that offers home deliveries on behalf of Lidl, has raised €500,000 in investment to bring to just over €1 million the amount(...)

Chris and Ossie Wallace of   Bedwin Soft Furnishings. ‘I would be extremely annoyed to see another referendum,’ says Chris

Bedwin Soft Furnishings is a second-generation family business founded by Ossie and Pamela Wallace in Kilkeel, Co Down, in 1984. The business now has (...)

One-third of businesses with more than 50 employees claim they have recruitment problems. Photograph: iStock

Ireland’s near-full employment is beginning to have implications for businesses with about 20 per cent struggling to recruit staff, a survey shows. (...)

M1 between Dublin and Belfast:  A growing number of SMEs in Ireland are planning for the impact of Brexit. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Despite fears over the possible impacts of Brexit, the number of firms across the island of Ireland reporting growth is at its highest level in seven (...)

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