Alan Foy

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Alan Foy, left, chairman and managing partner, VentureWave Capital,   with David Crimmins, WebDoctor’s chief executive. Photograph: Maxwells Dublin

Health tech company WebDoctor has secured a €3 million investment from VentureWave Capital’s Impact Ireland fund, which is backed by the likes of Holl(...)

As Taoiseach, Enda Kenny’s biggest weakness – occasionally acknowledged by the man himself – was in communications. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Enda Kenny had a largely successful six-year stint as taoiseach. The Mayo man confounded his doubters with energetic leadership. On his watch, the Sta(...)

Alan Foy of Venturewave Capital: ‘It’s very hands-off. I’m not spending hours trying to get The Edge to put in more money.’ Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Alan Foy might be spending his lockdown days convincing celebrities such as Hollywood actor Liam Neeson and members of U2 to invest in his new €100 mi(...)

Dropchef founders: Ryan Scott, Roman Grogan and Sam O’Byrne

VentureWave Capital, which is behind a new €100 million fund for Irish technology companies, has announced its first investment, with €2 million going(...)

Alan Foy and Brian Martin, managing partners at VentureWave Capital.

VentureWave Capital is now halfway to reaching the €100 million target for its new fund, which intends to invest in promising technology companies in (...)

New investment fund backers include U2’s Adam Clayton and The Edge. Seen here at work. Photograph: Tom Honan

Dublin-based private equity group VentureWave Capital has closed the first round of fundraising for a €100 million fund that will invest in technology(...)

Blueface founder Alan Foy, right, pictured in 2012 at the launch of a partnership with Three Ireland

Comcast, the US corporate behemoth that owns media networks Sky and NBC, has bought Irish cloud-based telecommunications provider, Blueface, for an un(...)

Anne Heraty, the Edge, Elaine Coughlan, and Mark Roden at the launch of Endeavor Ireland. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Not everyone would see the immediate similarities between a rock star and a businessperson, but U2’s the Edge does. “I think of every rock’n’roll ban(...)

Former taoiseach Enda Kenny: the VentureWave website lists him  as one of four people on its senior team

Enda Kenny is to take up his first business-related role since stepping down as taoiseach as an adviser with an investment fund. Mr Kenny, a Mayo TD(...)

HGC chief executive Andrew Kwok and Blueface co-founder and chief executive Alan Foy.

Irish technology company Blueface, which recently agreed a $500 million (€431 million) merger with US rival Star2Star, has signed a major contract to(...)

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