Devan Hughes

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Matt Cooper, co-founder and chief executive of Inflazome

Matt Cooper, co-founder and chief executive of Irish biotech company Inflazome, has won top prize in the emerging category at the EY Entrepreneur of t(...)

Devan Hughes, co-founder and chief executive of Buymie. Photograph: Conor McCabe

As the main man behind Buymie, the popular online grocery shopping app that has partnered with Lidl, Tesco and most recently Dunnes Stores, Devan Hugh(...)

Devan Huges: ‘This expansion will mean Buymie is available to around 2 million people across 750,000 households in Ireland and the UK.’

Grocery delivery service Buymie is expanding to Cork, creating roles for 50 personal shoppers to work across Cork City and suburban areas. The compa(...)

BPerfect Cosmetics founder Brendan McDowell.

Profiled today are four nominees shortlisted in the emerging category of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2020 competition. The nominees will vie for t(...)

Buymie Technologies founder Devan Hughes. The Buymie app app allows users order from large online retailers and have their items delivered by a personal shopper. Photograph: Jason Clarke

While Covid-19 has had a devastating impact on the global economy with a long recovery to follow, certain sectors have benefitted from its effects. N(...)

Leonora O’Brien, chief executive of PharmaPod, the first of this year’s 24 finalists to be notified by Roger Wallace, partner lead for the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year awards. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

The shortlist for the 2020 EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards has been announced with 24 finalists selected across three categories. They were chosen(...)

Devan Hughes of Buymie: the company is “absolutely thrilled” to be announcing the partnership with Co-op.

Dublin online grocery delivery company Buymie is to create 200 jobs in the UK over the next six months after teaming up with British rival Co-op to of(...)

Buymie’s service is available to more than 490,000 households across Dublin and in parts of Kildare and Wicklow. Photograph: Derek Kennedy

Dublin online grocery delivery company Buymie has raised €2.2 million from investors to scale up and add a second city to its service in response to d(...)

Observing social distancing at a supermarket in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

SuperValu and Tesco Ireland have seen demand for online shopping services rocket since the escalation of social distancing practices across the Republ(...)

Buymie collects orders for customers shopping from Tesco and Lidl in the greater Dublin area, which includes Kildare and Wicklow, in an hour for a higher fee.

A Dublin company that shops for, collects and delivers groceries from supermarkets to customers is pitching its technology to the Government as a way (...)

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