“Giselle” by Akram Khan:  Business to Arts panel acknowledged a significant amount of uncertainty as Brexit continues to unfold. Photograph: Laurent Liotardo

Irish arts and cultural organisations may be adept at replacing musicians when someone in a band gets sick, or moving outdoor productions inside when (...)

Andrew Hetherington, chief executive of Business to Arts, with Sean McGrath, CEO of Allianz Ireland, and ballet dancer Kerrie Patten from the Metropolitan School of Dance, at the launch of the 2018 Allianz Business to Arts Awards

Advisory group Business to Arts has opened nominations for its annual awards which “celebrate the unique opportunities that business engagement with t(...)

Sr Maura Lynch in the operating theatre in Uganda.

Victoria Coffey was 11 years old when her younger brother Alfred died. Her parents had already lost two children before Victoria’s birth and lost a ne(...)

At the National Gallery ahead of the Business to Arts / PwC 2017 CEO Forum are Andrew Hetherington, chief executive Business to Arts; Feargal O Rourke, managing partner, PwC; Sean Rainbird, director, National Gallery Ireland and Katie Molony, chief executive, Maximum Media. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Almost nine in 10 business and arts executives plan to increase investment in digital technologies to enhance customer experience in the coming year, (...)

Pictured at this year’s Allianz Business to Arts Awards were Andrew Hetherington, chief executive Business to Arts; Sean McGrath, chief executive, Allianz Ireland; Laura Lynch, head of segments at Bank of Ireland; Richie Boucher chief executive of Bank of Ireland and the Junk Kouture winner (centre), Mariusz Malon (18) from Scoil Mhuire Secondary School, Buncrana, Co Donegal. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Dublin’s Dean Hotel and Accenture were among the businesses recognised Monday for their partnerships with the arts. More than €6.5 million was spent (...)

Allianz chief executive Seán McGrath, RTÉ director general Dee Forbes and Business to Arts chief executive Andrew Hetherington. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Businesses from An Post to Bank of Ireland and Cartoon Saloon have been recognised for their work with the arts in the annual Business to Arts awards.(...)

Clare Duignan: retired as managing director of RTÉ Radio in 2013

Two non-executive directors have been appointed to the board of The Irish Times Limited. The appointments of Clare Duignan and Rhona Murphy follow t(...)

Aoife Scott, left, whose debut album appeared on Fund It, with her cousins Danny O’Reilly and Róisín O in Kilmainham Gaol as part of RTÉ’s 1916 commemorations.

Irish crowdfunding website Fund It turned five last week, and its success to date ensured that the anniversary was an occasion worth celebrating. Si(...)

Four per cent of Irish fundraising heads earn more than €100,000 a year, according to respondents to a survey.

Despite the difficulties charities have faced in raising revenue in recent years, salaries for those charged with fundraising have stayed largely stea(...)

Projects on Fundit have a 73 per cent success rate, and 94 per cent of projects come from first-time creators, while 59 per cent of all pledges come from first-time funders.

Fundit, an Irish crowdfunding platform for creative ideas, has reached €3 million in pledges to 1,000 projects. Since its launch in 2011, more than 53(...)

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