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Emergency lighting specialist Ventilux’s   temperature scanner  can capture data from people on the move.

Two of the most obvious examples of companies pivoting to meet immediate Covid-19 needs are alcohol producers using their raw materials to make saniti(...)

The Bath Pub in Ballsbridge is serving pints to local customers with a delivery service. Liam Tilly of Bath Avenue Gardens is pictured  accepting a pint from Brian O’Malley of The Bath. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw / The Irish Times

Some of the country’s biggest law firms have implemented pay cuts and decided against paying bonuses and profits to partners this year, as a response (...)

The main element of the RespiraSense solution is a discrete wireless sensor pad which is attached to the patient’s ribs

The entrepreneurs that typically hit the headlines are those whose businesses make it big fast, but for most start-ups the road to success is long and(...)

Staff may have to wear protective gear when working in stores when they begin to re-open

Temperature checks for staff and customers, mandatory staff Covid-19 testing, and no price promotions to prevent “surge consumption” are among measure(...)

Karina Kelly, CEO of Content Llama: ‘One of the biggest headaches for retailers when starting a website or updating an existing one is getting stock onto their platform’

It was literally “on yer bike” last week for skincare entrepreneur Tara Leader when the Coronavirus put paid to her trips to the post office to send o(...)

Dr Patrick Cronin and Dr Michal Osiak. Dr Cronin says the healthcare sector needs to recognise that coatings are not ‘nice to have’ but a solution that can play a key strategic role in disease prevention.

While the fallout from coronavirus has shuttered and silenced businesses across the island, the phones at surface-coating technology company Kastus ha(...)

‘We learnt a few valuable lessons from our first outing with PaidAide,’ says Ciaran Brennan. ‘The first is that it’s very hard to run a technology-based business if your technology is outsourced.’

The hardest decision with any start-up is to know when to quit if it’s not working out. Pulling the plug takes courage but Ciaran Brennan has been thr(...)

(L-R) Gary Killeen, Enterprise Rent-A-Car business mobility manager, Owen Keegan, chief executive of Dublin City Council, and George O’Connor, managing director of Enterprise Rent-A-Car Ireland.

Crowded public transport, congested roads and concerns about the environmental impact of fossil fuels are all contributing to a seismic change in how (...)

The Sula glasses are linked to a smart phone app, and in the case of jet lag the user punches their preferred sleeping and waking times into the app and it alerts them when it’s time to put the glasses on

As recently as 2013 researchers thought sleep was important for reasons that included boosting the immune system and regulating metabolism. Then they (...)

DebaPay founder Ann Marie Harrington: ‘We have transformed SEPA into a highly efficient mobile-enabled application that can approve payment for a single item or for a series of recurring payments of set or variable amounts’

Getting paid on time is a perennial problem for all businesses. However, it’s even tougher for small companies, which experience disrupted cash flow b(...)

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