Julie Sinnamon

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Julie Sinnamon of Enterprise Ireland: “A key element of 2017-2020 strategy is to help Irish exporters build scale.” Photograph: Alan Betson

Enterprise Ireland has unveiled plans for its 2017 trade mission programme, focusing on building links with other markets ahead of the start of Brexi(...)

Clockwise: Helen Dixon, Ruth Negga, Maeve Higgins, Marian Keyes, Sharon Horgan

Business & entrepreneurship Ciara Donlon Entrepreneur and CEO, Theya Healthcare It has been a rollercoaster three years for Ciara Donlon(...)

Broderick’s employs 100 staff at its Walkinstown base in Dublin

Family-owned confectioner Broderick’s has raised €6.35 million through the State-backed BDO Development Capital Fund to fund further international exp(...)

Larry Murrin, chief executive of Dawn Farm Foods. Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish food group Dawn Farms plans to create 150 new jobs over the next five years at its meat science and innovation centre in Co Kildare. The compa(...)

Julie Sinnamon: “I’ve no doubt that the UK will get their act together and really begin to proactively try and attract more companies there.” Photograph: Alan Betson

Enterprise Ireland is advising firms here to prepare for a hard Brexit amid growing signs the British government may opt to quit the single market in (...)

Mark Little: keynote speaker at the ISA Software Awards. Photograph: Eric Luke

MONDAY Meetings: Internet of Things World (Convention Centre, Dublin 1); Image magazine businesswoman of the year awards (DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel,(...)

Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. “We have 60 Irish companies doing business in this region, 15 of them have a presence here, so it’s massive to bring the President and the Minister in terms of developing new relationships”

This week has seen a flurry of deals between Ireland and Vietnam during the eight-day State visit by President Michael D Higgins. Enterprise Ireland C(...)

Julie Sinnamon: said Enterprise Ireland had recalled its global staff home for a week-long think-in at the start of October to identify new markets and reduce Ireland’s reliance on the UK. Photograph: Eric Luke

Market diversification remains Ireland’s best response to Brexit, the head of Enterprise Ireland has said. Julie Sinnamon said exporters should conti(...)

Web Summit co-founder Paddy Cosgrave opening the event  at the RDS in 2015. Photograph: Eric Luke

The 2016 Web Summit will be a different affair from previous years, not least because it is the first year the event will not be held in Ireland. I(...)

Mary Mitchell O’Connor: The Minister for Jobs “works hard, but is not up to it,” says one TD, a woman. “That’s the common consensus, unfortunately.” Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

She drove her car off the plinth in Leinster House, much to the amusement of others. She was one of the leading backbench brown-nosers of Enda Kenny (...)

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