Dogpatch Labs

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Members of the ChangeX team including founder and chief executive Paul O’Hara (second on left)

ChangeX, the Irish-headquartered social entrepreneurship platform which is backed by a number of high-profile investors, has raised €550,000 out of a (...)

The brilliant cartoonist Steve Cutts satirised our use of technology in a now famous illustration that depicts modern humans as the walking dead; emac(...)

Ormeau Baths co-founders Jon Bradford, Aaron Taylor and Steve Pette with Sarah Friars, CFO at Square.

Brexit presents a “massive opportunity” for the financial services sector in Dublin, a venture capitalist from Co Antrim has said at the launch of a n(...)

Project will use RBS’s Emerald platform, which can acknowledge payments in under 10 seconds while handling large volumes. Photograph: iStock

Ulster Bank, AIB, Permanent TSB and Deloitte have come together to establish a pilot project that will explore new blockchain technology designed to i(...)

The “video wall” constructed by Kinetic for rugby sponsor Vodafone in November 2016: a large digital screen attached to a traditional Dublin billboard showed exclusive footage of the Irish team.

Goodbye, paper and paste? Digital out-of-home advertising has enjoyed “exponential” growth in recent years, and now accounts for about 15 per cent of (...)

Attendees at the Google for Entrepreneurs partner summit in Dublin this week.

Dublin has created a highly supportive environment for start-ups, according to Nicole Froker, partnerships engagement manager for Google’s outreach p(...)

Founder of US-based animal health company Alltech, Dr Pearse Lyons, runs the accelerator with Dogpatch Labs. Photograph: Finbarr O’Rourke

Two Irish firms are among 10 start-ups that have been selected from more than 180 applicants for an agritech accelerator to be run by Alltech and Dogp(...)

Gerry Mallon, chief executive of Ulster Bank; chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond; and Patrick Walsh, managing director of Dogpatch Labs, at the Dogpatch Labs co-working space in Dublin. Photograph: Maxwell Photography/PA Wire

The Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, met the British chancellor of the exchequer, Philip Hammond, in Dublin on Monday to discuss the post-Brexit (...)

UK marketing technology firm Ve Interactive is to open an office in Dublin. The company, which offers a platform to help online businesses to acqui(...)

Ian Harkin and Kaitriona McBride from Arklu, with Paddy Flynn, director and head of Google Ireland’s Startup Programme. Photo: Shane O’Neill Photography

Donegal company Arklu has been named the winner of the spring Google Adopt a Start-Up programme. Arklu produces Lottie and Finn dolls, which are base(...)

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