The Redesdale Food and Beverage Fund will invest in early stage wellness and food companies, with a heavy emphasis on those developing products with a health benefit.

The new food investment fund launched by former Merrion Capital chief executive, John Conroy, is closely examining three potential investments, it is (...)

MedoSync co-founders Séamus Cooley and Martin Rochford

Irish start-up MedoSync, which has developed a technology platform to provide real-time healthcare billing, has raised €1.2 million in investment. F(...)

HealthBeacon has developed a solution that helps patients better adhere to injectable medications schedules. Photograph: iStock

Belfast-born entrepreneur Bill McCabe’s Oyster Capital is expected to sell down part of its stake in HealthBeacon as the medical technology company pr(...)

 Clare Meskill set up Teleatherapy in October 2020 and launched the app in July this year.   Photograph: Darragh Kane

Parkinson’s disease is the second most common neurodegenerative condition after Alzheimer’s. It affects approximately 10 million people worldwide and (...)

It took the disruption caused by a global pandemic to accelerate rapid digital transformation in the private and public sectors. As businesses shutter(...)

The United States is a continent as much as a country and each state has different standards and differences in legislation and in approach to doing projects

In Ireland when we talk about foreign direct investment, we tend to think of US investment here. But it works both ways. “People are constantly surpr(...)

Mark Redmond, chief executive, American Chamber
of Commerce. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

One of the most interesting statistics to emerge from the pandemic relates to Ireland’s role in the global response, with the country being ranked fif(...)

Channelsight co-founder and chief executive John Beckett

Irish ecommerce company ChannelSight is creating 60 new jobs ahead of an even larger expansion that will see headcount rise to 350 by the end of 2023.(...)

Galway-based medtech company Tympany Medical has raised €3.5 million in a seed investment round. Pictured are Tomás Ó Síocháin, CEO of the Western Development Commission; Liz McGloughlin, CEO of Tympany Medical and Rory O’Callaghan, CTO of Tympany Medical. Photograph: Andrew Downes

Galway-based medtech company Tympany Medical has raised €3.5 million in a seed investment round from backers that include the venture arm of the Mayo (...)

Ireland ranked joint fourth in the first EIC accelerator call, with five Enterprise Ireland-backed companies recommended for more than €20.5 million in funding

More than 2,700 Irish companies and research institutions received more than €1.8 billion in funding from the European Union Horizon 2020 research and(...)

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