Gene Murphy

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The Intel facility at Leixlip, Co  Dublin. The company, along with  C&C, Allegion, Intel, Norwegian Air, RB, Saint Gobain Group, Amazon, American Airlines, Visa and Twitter, will be posting their results on Thursday.  Photograph: Dave Meehan

MONDAY Results: Trinity Biotech, Xerox. Indicators: German PPI (Sep). Meetings: CPL Resources agm (William Fry, 2 Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2);(...)

MiddleGame general partner Patrick Pinschmidt said he was impressed by the calibre of fintech companies he had come across in the Republic in recent years. Photograph: Rebecca Drobis

Washington-headquartered venture capital firm Middlegame has said it is actively weighing up investing in a number of Irish fintechs. Middlegame Vent(...)

Other backers include the Guinness Enterprise Centre and Techfugees, a social enterprise co-ordinating the international tech community’s response to the needs of refugees

People in direct provision and techies designing solutions to help assist migrants are among those who will be taking part in a special start-up weeke(...)

According to figures from Dublin City Council, last year saw a record number of start-ups created in the capital with 22,354 new companies formed.

Dublin is the place to be for would-be entrepreneurs over the coming days with close to 50 free events taking place across the capital for start-ups. (...)

Techstars Start-Up Week Dublin organisers Gene Murphy and David Pollard. The event will run from November 19th-23rd. Photograph: Andres Poveda

Techstars, the international business accelerator which has backed more than 1,300 companies globally, is teaming up with Dublin City Council for a we(...)

Start-up Boost recently announced a new partnership with the world’s number one accelerator programme Techstars

Start-up Boost, the pre-accelerator programme for early-stage tech companies, is returning to Dublin shortly with applications now open for those wish(...)

Datahug co-founder ConnorMurphy: had already stepped back from leading Datahug prior to its sale but he admits it was still hard to say goodbye to a business he had brought so far.

Selling his company Datahug two year ago was a “bittersweet” moment for its co-founder Connor Murphy. But while not ruling out stepping into the ring (...)

Getting started: “It isn’t as easy as having an idea, raising money and eventually floating.” Photograph: iStock

A new pre-accelerator programme known as Startup Boost is to take place in Dublin and six other cities around the world this autumn. The initiative, w(...)

The fourth Dublin-based Start-up Weekend will bring 120 budding entrepreneurs together tomorrow in the hope of creating a viable company following thr(...)