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Harry Hughes, chief executive of Portwest.  Photograph:  Richie Stokes

Portwest, the speciality clothing company with headquarters in Co Mayo, is forecasting revenues of up to €220 million for this year. Speaking to The (...)

A brabantia bin.

It might just be a bin but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be beautiful. So says the man whose company Brabantia has somehow managed to turn everyday (...)

Harry Hughes, chief executive of Portwest. Photograph: Alan Betson

The red carpet will be rolled out to more than 50 of the most successful business leaders this week in Monaco as the EY World Entrepreneur of the Year(...)

Portwest managing director Harry Hughes. Photograph: Richie Stokes

Westport-based speciality clothing company Portwest has completed the acquisition of its second Australian company as it expands its presence in that (...)

‘Looking back on my younger self, I would probably focus even more on learning from both successes and failures and not sweat the small stuff!’ Siobhan Talbot, managing director, Glanbia

‘Don’t sweat the small stuff’ Siobhan Talbot, managing director, Glanbia To me, leadership is about creating an open, engaging environment where peo(...)

The judges for the Irish Times Business Awards, from left to right: Martin McVicar, managing director of Combilift; Margot Slattery, country president for Sodexo Ireland; Mark Ryan, a non-executive director; Cathriona Hallahan, managing director of Microsoft Ireland;  Caroline Keeling, chief executive of Keelings;  Shaun Murphy, managing partner of KPMG, and Dr John Hegarty, chairman of The Irish Times Trust

With the clock ticking down to the inaugural Irish Times Business Awards, in association with KPMG, a panel of judges met this week at Microsoft Irela(...)

Glanbia managing director Siobhán Talbot was named Irish Times Business Person of the Month in May. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan.

From multibillion-euro acquisitions to bold stock-market flotations and big pay days, the first six winners of this year’s Irish Times Business Person(...)

Keiran Rabbitt and Karim Ainsworth of Cube Digital: “There are some big global brands – Grab and Uber – that have already come in in the last six months, and some smaller Myanmar digital developers are cutting their teeth. But there’s no one grabbing the mass market with something that’s relevant and localised,” says Rabbitt

When Kieran Rabbitt stepped off a plane and into the heavy Yangon heat four years ago, little did he think he’d still be in Myanmar today, at the cutt(...)

At the launch of The Irish Times KPMG Business Awards for 2018 are Liam Kavanagh, managing director The Irish Times, Shaun Murphy, managing partner KPMG, Carmel Logan, tax partner KPMG and Ciarán Hancock, business editor The Irish Times. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The inaugural Irish Times Business Awards are to take place at a gala event in the Mansion House in Dublin in early May with the likes of Siobhán Talb(...)

 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 (...)

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