Mark Roden

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Paul Hamilton of JCDecaux,  Declan Burke of  Ding.com and Margot Slattery of Sodexo. Photograph: Kenneth O’Halloran

Outdoor advertiser JCDecaux, services group Sodexo and mobile top-up platform Ding. com emerged as winners of the 2018 Ireland-France Business Awards (...)

Former Ireland rugby international Jamie Heaslip is among Flender’s backers. Photograph: Inpho

Dublin-headquartered peer-to-peer lender Flender, whose backers include former Ireland rugby international Jamie Heaslip, has raised €10 million to le(...)

VStream founders Niall O’Driscoll and Andrew Jenkinson. The digital marketing specialist  secured its financing through the Irish peer-to-peer lender Flender.

VStream, an Irish digital marketing specialist which focuses on high-end, sports and retail sponsorship experiences, has raised €100,000 in less than (...)

Ding chairman Mark Roden: “We need to get really big in one vertical.” Photograph: Eóin Noonan/Sportsfile via Getty Images

Irish mobile top-up provider Ding is considering a plan to raise €40 million in growth equity within the next two years to fund expansion beyond its c(...)

Ding chief executive David Shackleton

Irish payments company Ding is to open up its technology to outside developers in a move that will let other companies sell mobile top-ups. The compa(...)

David Shackleton (right), Ding chief executive, pictured with the US team in the iconic Bell Labs building.

Irish mobile payments firm Ding has opened a new office in New Jersey in the United States. Ding chairman and founder Mark Roden is a former EY (...)

Flender co-founders Oli Cavanagh and Kristjan Koik

Dublin-headquartered fintech start-up Flender, whose backers include former EY Entrepreneur of the Year award winner Mark Roden, is set to announce a (...)

The Sona 10 co-working space in Newmarket, Dublin 8.

A crowdfunding campaign has been set up to establish a new co-working space in Newmarket Square in Dublin’s Liberties. Sona 10 Newmarket, which is l(...)

Flender co-founders Oli Cavanagh and Kristjan Koik: “The UK market is 300 times bigger than Ireland and you can’t really even open your doors for business unless you have FCA authorisation,” said Mr Cavanagh.

Dublin-headquartered fintech start-up Flender is looking to raise €1 million in funding after receiving full authorisation from the UK financial regul(...)

Members of the cast of Riverdance at the Ding stand: “Riverdance is such a global brand and one that denotes everything that is strong and contemporary about Ireland.”

How do you get noticed when you are a small Irish company battling it out with the likes of Sony, LG, Samsung and Huawei at the world’s largest annual(...)

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