Dan Kiely

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Start Summit organiser Jamie White and Minister for Enterprise Heather Humphreys

“I’m hosting the event I wish was there for me when I was starting off,” is how entrepreneur Jamie White describes the inaugural Start Summit, a new o(...)

‘The Young Offenders’. Windmill Lane Pictures worked on the programme.

Windmill Lane Pictures, the film studio that worked on Love/Hate and Young Offenders, has appointed Tipperary accountant Brendan Binchy as its new cha(...)

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(...)

Bunsen was founded by chef Tom Gleeson in 2013 and opened its first restaurant on Wexford Street in Dublin.

Eight Irish companies have been included on a list of Europe’s fastest-growing firms with Maximum Media and AspiraCon both appearing for the second ye(...)

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(...)

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(...)

Last August Mr Kiely sold Voxpro, which provides high-end call centre operations for tech companies, for about €150 million to Canadian firm Telus International, netting himself and his business partner and wife Linda Green-Kiely a significant windfall.

Voxpro millionaire Dan Kiely has invested €200,000 in careers site Abodoo to help it scale up and expand in the UK and other European markets. It’s t(...)

Colin Saunders, Open for Vintage’s chief executive.

Open for Vintage, a fashion website founded by two Irish entrepreneurs, has launched a funding round with the aim of achieving initial investment of £(...)

The Four Courts. Four-fifths of law firms who responded to a BDO international survey said they expected technology to have the greatest impact on their firms over the next five years. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

If ever there was an industry ripe for disruption it is surely the legal profession. Unlike many other sectors, however, it has tended to be a little (...)

Voxpro founders Linda and Dan Kiely, who were recognised by Cork Chamber with the Outstanding Achievement in Business award, having taken their company from just six employees 20 years ago to the recent sale for $150 million to Telus International. The award was presented at the Cork Chamber Dublin dinner last night in the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Rd in front of 600 guests. Pictured with the Kielys are (from left) John Higgins, partner of sponsors EY; Conor Healy, chief executive of Cork Chamber; and Bill O’Connell, president of Cork Chamber. Photograph: Finbarr O’Rourke

Government growth plans for cities outside Dublin will perpetuate the current imbalance that favours the capital over the rest of the Republic, accord(...)

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