Jules Coleman

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Aideen Leacy and  Patrick Walsh of Dogpatch Labs with Minister for Communications Eamon Ryan. File photograph

Dogpatch Labs has announced the 11 start-ups that will take places in the new NDRC Accelerator, the first cohort since the consortium took over the ru(...)

Some of the 40+ mentors who are signed up for the NDRC accelerator programme

Applications for the first national start-up accelerator run by the new operators of the NDRC have opened, with successful applicants receiving a €100(...)

 Patricia Scanlon, founder of Soapbox Labs, in Dublin. Photograph: Arthur Carron

Being named by Forbes magazine as one of “the world’s top 50 women in tech” is recognition of just how far Irish start-up SoapBox Labs has come, its f(...)

Jules Coleman: since the sale of Hassle, Coleman has gone on to establish a second start-up called Resi (formerly BuildPath) with her business partner Alex DePledge. Photograph:  Conor Healy

There are many reasons why start-ups fail, but being unable to secure funding because you have a female founder should not be among them, according to(...)

Alex Depledge and Jules Coleman: “It’s like a marriage, which is necessary because you need to have a business partner you have a shared history with so that you know how they act under pressure,” says Depledge

Having cleaned up financially after exiting one successful business two years previously, you’d be forgiven for wondering why Jules Coleman and Alex D(...)

The investment of Unilever Ventures follows multiple strategic partnerships between the company and Helpling.

Helpling, the parent company of Irish-founded on-demand cleaning firm Hassle. com, has secured an undisclosed investment from consumer good giant Unil(...)

Nicola McGrane doesn’t think the Government supports service companies enough.

When her business suffered a huge hit during the recession, Nicola McGrane locked herself away in a room in the Burlington. She emerged three days lat(...)

Both Helpling and Hassle.com enable customers to book a local vetted cleaner online or via a smartphone app

Helpling, the parent company of Irish-founded on-demand cleaning firm Hassle. com, has secured €10 million in investment to enable it to introduce new(...)

From Thursday May 19th, the on-demand cleaning service will increase its hourly rate from €12 to €  13.90 for weekly and fortnightly bookings, and € 15.90 for one-off bookings.

City dwellers unfamiliar with cleaning their own bathrooms may be shaken by the news that Hassle. com, dubbed “a Hailo for cleaners”, is to hike up i(...)

John Collison  of Stripe , speaking at the Web Summit in the RDS Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

WINNERS Patrick and John Collison It has been a very good year for Limerick brothers Patrick and John Collison of Stripe. In July their digita(...)

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