Neil O Leary

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Usit was popular with students booking J1 work/travel packages in the United States. Photograph: Alan Betson

Kinlay Group, the parent company of Usit travel agency, has gone out of business due to a “tsunami” of effects spurred by the coronavirus crusis . Pr(...)

East Coast Bakehouse managing director Michael Carey: “The cash burn has ended, thankfully.” Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish biscuit maker East Coast Bakehouse has hired EY Corporate Finance to raise €5 million to acquire more packing equipment for its factory in Drog(...)

East Coast Bakehouse executive chairman Michael Carey. Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish biscuit maker East Coast Bakehouse forecasts that exports will account for 80 per cent of its business in the coming three years as the company (...)

Dublin Simon provides services to more than 6,200 adults and children impacted by homelessness. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Dublin Simon Community has launched a fund targeted at wealthy business people who will be asked to buy homes in the capital that would be leased (...)

MyDawa, which launched in March 2007, now has over 80,000 registered users. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

MyDawa, a Kenyan technology company founded and led by Cork businessman Neil O’Leary, has raised $3 million (€2.7 million) in investment to bring tota(...)

East Coast Bakehouse co-founders Alison Cowzer and Michael Carey. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Irish biscuit maker East Coast Bakehouse has started carrying higher levels of product and is stockpiling certain ingredients as contingency measures (...)

Search Google Maps for a fuel service station in the inner city and you’ll get just two answers: the Circle K/Topaz station on Usher’s Quay, and the Top forecourt on Amiens Street. Photograph: iStock

Capital Ideas is a series of 10 proposals on ways to improve Dublin city’s infrastructure, economy, services and the daily life of its citizens. Read (...)

Independent News and Media (INM)

Data breach The suspected data breach at Independent News & Media (INM) dominates the Sunday newspapers with both the Sunday Business Post and th(...)

MyDawa currently employs 30 staff directly, and is making about 20 drugs. File photograph: Getty Images

Cork businessman Neil O’Leary is leading a $5 million investment in a new technology company that aims to supply medicines in Kenya at discounts of up(...)

Sportdec was the number one ranked sports app in Ireland by Apple at the end of 2016 and was a top 30 sports app in the UK. The company has 17 staff in Ireland and Britain.

Dublin-based sports technology company Sportdec is looking to close a €3 million fundraising deal in the first quarter of this year to fund the futur(...)

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