Julie Sinnamon

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Enterprise Ireland chief executive Julie Sinnamon. Enterprise Ireland CEO Julie Sinnamon speaking at International Markets Week 2016 in Dublin’s RDS where Taoiseach Enda Kenny officially launched Enterprise Ireland’s Global Ambition campaign. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

The Irish export market is thriving. Export sales for 2015 reached a high of €20.59bn, a 10 per cent increase on the previous year, with growth recor(...)

Charlie Flanagan: The Minister for Foreign Affairs said a post-Brexit Britain outside of the customs union would be “of specific concern” to Ireland. Photograph: Eric Luke

Demands by a leading British minister to quit the EU’s customs union will make it “extremely difficult” to maintain an open Border with Northern Irel(...)

Enterprise Ireland backed software company CoreHR announced  300 new jobs to more than double its workforce over the next three years.  Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Cork-based software company CoreHR will create 300 new jobs to more than double its workforce over the next three years. Headquartered in Ballincoll(...)

Enterprise Ireland chief executive Julie Sinnamon: “Our strategy is to continue to increase the number of globally diversified Irish companies”

Enterprise Ireland has ramped up its international trade mission programme for the second half of the year as it seeks to help exporters find new mark(...)

Enterprise Ireland chief executive Julie Sinnamon said female-led enterprises accounted for just 7 per cent of new start-ups in 2011. Photograph: Alan Betson

Enterprise Ireland and Network Ireland have joined forces to organise nationwide roadshows promoting female entrepreneurship. The “Fuelling Ambition”(...)

Enterprise Ireland head Julie Sinnamon resorted to discussing how her organisation was helping firms “with their lean agenda” and “to improve their competitiveness position”. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Any exporter looking for a reassuring word or two about the impact of a possible Brexit would have taken little comfort from comments made by Enterpri(...)

Exports by Enterprise Ireland companies surpassed the €20 billion mark for the first time. Enterprise Ireland companies saw an increase of 10 per ce(...)

  Chief executive of the Irish Stock Exchange Deirdre Somers:  “Datalex’s achievements and ambitious plans for growth reinforce the considerable strides that Irish companies are making in the digital commerce sector.” Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Dublin-based Datalex is set to add 200 jobs to its global workforce in the next 18 months, with half of that number based in its Dublin offices. The (...)

Deirdre Waldron, president of Network Ireland, Julie Sinnamon, chief executive of  Enterprise Ireland, Siobhan Byrne Learat of Adams & Butler and Ciara Carolan of  ADN Materials at the launch of the “Fuelling Ambition” roadshows

Encouraging women entrepreneurs to “think bigger” is the aim of a series of free events starting next month around the country. Enterprise Ireland a(...)

Almost 30 per cent of women who came into the workplace in the past decade don’t feel there are female role models in senior positions for them to emulate

In a year when the general election will feature female gender quotas for the first time, diversity in Irish businesses is – to borrow a political ca(...)

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