Liverpool star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Statsports chief global strategist Jarlath Quinn

Newry-based sports tech company StatSports is weighing a flotation in about two years time at which point it expects to be worth in excess of £1 billi(...)

StatSports co-founder Sean O’Conner, left, and Jarlath Quinn, chief global strategist. The  company provides GPS technology to track players and their movements. Photograph: James Forde

Irish sports tech company StatSports has scored yet again with a multimillion euro deal with the Chinese Football Association for its performance moni(...)

Average rents in Dublin are now above €1,900 a month,  13.4 per cent or €229 a month higher than they were just a year ago, according to a new report

A new report has highlighted the chronic shortage of student housing in Dublin and other cities, while accusing the Government of “negligent inaction”(...)

Sean O’Conner, co-founder and COO of StatSports. Photograph: The Irish Times/James Forde

Talk to any company bigwig and they’ll happily bang on about how the staff make their business. Some of them even believe it. Few speak about it with (...)

The consumer version of the product will cost €279.99

STATsports, the Newry-headquartered sports technology company that scored a £1 billion deal stateside earlier this year, has launched a new performanc(...)

Brazil and Bayern Munich winger Douglas Costa  wearing a Statsports Apex device, with Brazil teammate and Real Madrid star Marcelo

Irish sports tech firm Statsports has scored again with a contract to supply its monitoring devices to one of the world’s greatest footballing nations(...)

Juventus’  Gianluigi Buffon  congratulates Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo at the end of the UEFA Champions League quarter-final first leg football match   in Turin in April. Photograph: AFP

New data-protection rules could have substantial implications for the movement of athletes and their personal information between sports clubs, expert(...)

Lionel Messi of Barcelona wearing a Statsports vest

News that a small Newry-headquartered firm had scored a massive deal with the governing body for soccer in the US may have astounded many. However, it(...)

Shares in AIB have risen by a quarter in value since its IPO at €4.40 a share. Photograph: Alan Betson

Five companies have been shortlisted for Deal of the Year for The Irish Times’s inaugural business awards competition, which is being held in associat(...)

Members of the Roma squad pictured wearing the Statsports devices during training

Irish sports tech company Statsports is expecting to significantly increase staff numbers and may seek outside funding as it looks to accelerate growt(...)

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