Trinity Business School’s director of executive education Michael Flynn (left) with Seán Crowe, chief executive of markets and treasury at Bank of Ireland. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Bank of Ireland has set up a “treasury academy” for businesses in conjunction with the Trinity Business School. Participants in the workshops, which(...)

Though renowned for its heritage as an academic institution, the university is also a hive of entrepreneurship whose former alumni have gone on to set up businesses. Photograph: iStock

From where he is sitting for our interview at a city centre coffee shop, Michael Flynn, assistant professor in entrepreneurship and director of execut(...)

Rich Corbett: “I recently hired a full-time employee out of Trinity who just did his masters in computer science, so the intellectual capital is here”

Rich Corbett is one of Trinity College Dublin’s entrepreneurs in residence. A Bostonian, he has lived in Ireland for five years and founded The Start (...)

Trinity is one of Bank of Ireland’s first ever customers so we have a long relationship with the University.

Lucy Murray works in the customer segments and propositions division in Bank of Ireland Retail Ireland. “We are responsible for the design, developmen(...)

There are 22 different nationalities on the programme, with 80 per cent of the class hailing from outside Ireland.

The internet, social media and digital technology have fundamentally transformed how companies work. Marketing and sales strategies that worked well a(...)

Philip Martin: “It is especially beneficial to companies that find themselves extremely busy with the day-to-day running of their business.” Photograph: Garry O’Neill

Growth brings its own challenges. To help cope with a fast growth period Philip Martin, founder of technology company Cora Systems, turned to Trinity (...)

Louise Harvey: BTA addressed “particular business themes and challenges that are relevant for our business.” Photograph: iStock

Academic insights into best practice, peer learning and an opportunity to network with other businesses are just some of the benefits Brown Thomas Arn(...)

Appetite for disruption: ‘The language has become more violent/martial over time.’ Photograph: iStock

As you come up Pearse Street towards Tara Street in Dublin and swing past Trinity College, you’ll see a big printed banner covering the scaffolding be(...)

The sizeable fees are a deterrent to many and it can put the course out of reach but there are ways and means to fund an MBA. Photograph: iStockphoto/Getty

Deciding to opt for an MBA (Master of Business Administration) might be a costly decision, but it can be an investment that pays off several times ove(...)

The adjoining blocks, at 51-54 Pearse Street and Magennis Court, have come on the market at €27 million

Two fully-let Dublin 2 office blocks with potential to increase their rent roll and size have come on the market at €27 million through agent Knight F(...)

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