Simon Cook said now is a particularly good time to be investing in tech companies in Europe

Dublin and London-listed venture capital group Draper Esprit is expecting to announce at least two investments in Irish technology companies in the co(...)

Revolut is one of a number of fast-growing tech firms to be backed by Draper Esprit

Draper Esprit, the Dublin- and London-listed venture capital firm, is raising £176 million (€200 million) in long-term capital to enable further inves(...)

Realeyes’ customers include brands such as Mars, Hershey’s and Coca-Cola

Draper Esprit, the Dublin and London-listed venture capital firm that is focused on high-growth technology firms, has led a €13.5 million funding roun(...)

Draper Esprit has previously backed a number of big name tech firms including Clavis Insight, Movidius and TransferWise

Dublin and London-listed venture capital firm Draper Esprit has led a $29 million (€24.5 million) funding round for Aircall, a French cloud-based call(...)

Brian Caulfield of Draper Esprit in Ireland warned that “if you are a company looking to raise private equity money, then you’d better have a China strategy in place”.

If there is one noticeable trend in tech funding of late, it is how much interest private equity firms are taking in software companies, particularly (...)

Evonetix chief executive Tim Brears

Dublin and London-listed venture capital firm Draper Esprit has co-led a $12.3 million (€9.9 million) funding round for Evonetix, a UK-company develop(...)

More than a million Ledger hardware wallets have been sold in 165 countries

Dublin-listed venture capital firm Draper Esprit has led a €75 million Series B funding round for Ledger, a French cryptocurrency and blockchain secur(...)

Clavis Insight chief executive Garry Moroney is the recipient of The Irish Times Business Person of the Month Award, in association with KPMG, for Dec(...)

Brian Caulfield. Photograph: David Sleator

European venture capital activity is still relatively small compared with Silicon Valley and Asia, but the situation is rapidly changing. While things(...)

Ms  Justice Mary Laffoy   said she expected there would be a thought provoking and robust discussion on how the State can become a leader in tackling climate change.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Citizens’ Assembly are meeting this weekend to make recommendations on “how the State can make Ireland a leader in tackling climate change”. Unde(...)

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