Around Noon’s CEO Gareth Chambers and chairman Howard Farquhar with Grainne McVeigh, director of scaling, Invest NI. Photograph: Andrew Towe

The Northern Ireland headquartered food-to-go company Around Noon plans to invest more than £7 million (€7.6 million) and create 94 jobs as part of a (...)

 Bill Wolsey of he Beannchor Group, winner of the Industry Award at the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Bill Wolsey, founder and managing director of the Northern Irish hospitality group Beannchor, has been named EY Industry Entrepreneur of the Year. Mr(...)

Gareth Chambers, Around Noon: “People want to be able to eat healthily regardless of how busy their lives have become”

Following a management buyout in 2016, 33-year-old Gareth Chambers has grown Around Noon from a company with a £2 million turnover to one with turnove(...)

Michael Carey, East Coast Bakehouse; Anne Heraty, CEO CPL Resources; and Kevin McLoughlin, partner lead for the EY EOY programme. Photograph: EY

The shortlist for the 2018 EY Entrepreneur of the Year (EOY) awards, now in its 21st year in Ireland, has been released with 24 finalists selected to (...)

Around Noon, which today employs 300 people, has rapidly expanded its initial sandwich offering and also produces wraps, salads and fruit pots under its Scribbles brand across the island of Ireland.

Around Noon, the Newry headquartered food to go manufacturer, is hoping to take a bigger bite of the UK market thanks to a £750,000 (€824,553) loan f(...)

If you want to see the revolution in action, drop in to a Start-up Weekend event.

There’s a different kind of revolution happening in Ireland. The insurgents are armed with the belief that anything is possible – that an ordinary (...)