Ian Mckenna

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Elight chief executive Ian McKenna said the acquisition would make the group the largest “light as a service” company in Europe

Irish energy-saving lighting specialist Elight has acquired a rival company in the United Kingdom and said the new merged entity will invest €100 mill(...)

Ian McKenna of Elight

Elight, a Dublin-based company that installs and manages energy-efficient LED solutions to the commercial sector, has teamed up with Bord Na Móna to o(...)

Elight managing director Ian McKenna

Elight, a Dublin-based company that installs and manages energy-efficient LED lighting solutions to the commercial sector, saw sales treble to €4 mill(...)

26/10/2017 -- Winner of the EY Emerging Entrepreneur Of The Year Jack Teeling of Teeling Whiskey Company.Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Jack Teeling, the founder and chief executive of Teeling Whiskey, has won top prize in the emerging category at the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards(...)

 Pictured ahead of this year’s EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards are Kevin McLoughlin, partner lead for the programme and Anne Heraty, chief executive of Cpl Resources and chair of the judging panel

The CityWest Hotel in Dublin is the place to be tonight as around 1,500 business leaders from across Ireland come together for the unveiling of this y(...)

Ian McKenna of eLight: “We are very proud of the fact that we generated over 75 GW in energy savings from projects in 2016.”

Having grown up to be an active participant in his family’s wholesale business it isn’t surprising that Ian McKenna, the managing director of eLight, (...)

Anne Heraty, chief executive CPL Resources and chairwoman of the judging panel for the EY Entrepreneur of the Years awards with Kevin McLoughlin, EU partner lead for the Entrepreneur of the Year programme at the announcement of the shortlist for this year’s awards.

The shortlist for the 2017 EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary in Ireland, has been announced with 24 compa(...)

O’Connell’s Victuallers, Limerick city, opened in 1919 by Paddy O’Connell and taken over by Philip Craughan and run now by his son Paul, “has the friendliest and most genuine staff,” says Grace Sheridan.

The family-run section of Best Shops competition has readers writing in their droves. Ian McKenna loves Mullins in Donegal Town, run by Kieran and se(...)

Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin yesterday made an impassioned plea for people to ’speak out’ against perpetrators of crime after a spate of serious incidents in the capital.

Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin yesterday made an impassioned plea for people to “speak out” against perpetrators of crime after a spate of serio(...)