VR Education chief executive David Whelan conducts a choir in Oxford’s Balliol College chapel in a test of leadership skills. Photograph: Paul Kelly

Oxford’s Balliol College chapel is an unlikely setting to observe some of Ireland’s brightest business minds run into difficulty. A choir of eight pat(...)

Genesis aims to double turnover every year for the next five. Photograph: Getty Images/Cultura RF

Genesis Automation, a Cork-based healthcare software company, has signed a deal which sees it entering the US market as it edges to build its turnover(...)

Golfer Paul McGinley (centre) with Colette Twomey, managing director of Clonakilty Food Company, and Harry Hughes, chief executive of Portwest, at the  EY Entrepreneur of the Year CEO retreat in London. Photograph: Paul Kelly

Limerick’s Adare Manor has a “very strong” chance of securing the 2026 Ryder Cup, golfer Paul McGinley has said. Speaking to The Irish Times, Mr McGin(...)

The new Volkswagen Touareg: Cubic Telecom’s technology allows car manufacturers  to update mapping and engine software with wireless upgrades that reduces visits to dealerships

Irish technology company Cubic Telecom has been selected by Volkswagen to supply technology to the firm’s new Touareg SUV in a deal that will ultimate(...)

Michael Carey, East Coast Bakehouse; Anne Heraty, CEO CPL Resources; and Kevin McLoughlin, partner lead for the EY EOY programme. Photograph: EY

The shortlist for the 2018 EY Entrepreneur of the Year (EOY) awards, now in its 21st year in Ireland, has been released with 24 finalists selected to (...)

 Anne Heraty, chairwoman of the judging panel  and Kevin McLoughlin, partner, EY at  the launch of the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year, 2018. The nomination window for this year’s programme is open until February 16th. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Nominations for the EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2018 programme opened Monday. The theme of the programme, now in its 21st year, is “ambition” and the (...)

As the overall winner, Harry Hughes will now go on to represent Ireland at the World Entrepreneur of the Year Awards in Monte Carlo next June. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Harry Hughes, chief executive of the Co Mayo-based safety wear company Portwest, has scooped this year’s overall EY Entrepreneur of the Year award. T(...)

26/10/2017 -- Winner of the EY Emerging Entrepreneur Of The Year Jack Teeling of Teeling Whiskey Company.Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Jack Teeling, the founder and chief executive of Teeling Whiskey, has won top prize in the emerging category at the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards(...)

Alan Foy of Blueface: “There seems to be an increased appetite for cloud communications in enterprises which is driving new demand.”

Alan Foy is responsible for the strategic direction and overall management of Blueface, a leading global unified communications as a service (UCaaS) p(...)

Frances and Fergus McArdle of Height for Hire: “Success for us is about getting everyone home safe to their families”

Height for Hire has been in business for nearly 40 years. The family-owned company has more than 2,000 machines and operates from 20 locations across (...)

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