Niall Mcgrath

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Fulfil Nutrition chief executive Brian O’Sullivan, who has announced that he will leave the company later this year.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Industry veteran Brian O’Sullivan is stepping down as chief executive of fast-growing snacks group Fulfil Nutrition. The move comes as a surprise, th(...)

Brian O’Sullivan,  CEO of Fulfil Nutrition. ‘For me to hit the jackpot means to be the number one snack bar brand in Ireland and the number one in the UK and the number one in the US.’ Photograph: Aidan Crawley for The Irish Times

It all comes down to taste. When Fulfil first launched its protein-rich nutrition bars in early 2016, the outlook for the brand was quite modest, say(...)

Fulfil has been doubling its sales each year and industry sources expect it to deliver consumer sales of close to €100 million this year.

US confectionary giant Hershey has taken a significant minority stake in fast-growing Irish snack brand Fulfil. The move is seen as part of a strate(...)

The parent firm of mobile phone operator Three is the buyer of Heuston South Quarter, the head office of telecoms rival Eir, reports the Sunday Times. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The parent firm of mobile phone operator Three is the buyer of Heuston South Quarter, the head office of telecoms rival Eir, reports the Sunday Times.(...)

Niall McGrath and Tom Gannon, co-founders of Fulfil Nutrition. The company is backed by Barry Connolly’s Richmond Marketing.  Photograph: Conor McCabe

A major row has broken out between the shareholders of Fulfil Nutrition, a fast-growing Irish food company backed by Barry Connolly, whose Richmond Ma(...)

Fulfil Nutrition co-founder Niall McGrath
The sweet taste of success

Put together two friends, a fitness regime, protein bars with a bad taste, and a kids’ chocolate-making machine and you’ve got the unlikely recipe for(...)

Judging The Irish Times Innovation Awards 2017 were, front row from left: Bebhinn Behan, KPMG; Eric Donald, Teagasc, Dr Marion Boland, Science Foundation Ireland; Michael McAleer, The Irish Times. Back from left, Dr Ciaran Heavey, UCD; Gearóid Mooney, Enterprise Ireland; and Robert Love, AbbVie. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Teenage innovators behind an equine product reaching global markets and winning acclaim from famous racehorse trainers, and a device to easily control(...)

Julia Thurmann: Julia was 34 when she had to move into a nursing home afer a virus left her paralysed from the waist down. Photograph: Eric Luke

Few people relish the prospect of ending up in a nursing home in old age. The thought of ending up in a nursing home in your 20s or 30s is incomprehen(...)