For a business like Rock Frocks it’s all about finding your niche. And now even Imelda May is a fan.
Crazy shoppers at the ready….
But will Ireland get any money from a plan already criticised for being “scant on detail”?
Aerogen’s drug nebulisers are being used in the intensive-care units of hospitals in 70 countries.
Over 300 properties with a combined reserve of €56 million will go in two massive sales.
Workers in the public sector get nearly 50% more on average than those in private companies.
Every home, business and school in Ireland will have access to high-speed broadband… but when?
150 new jobs are being announced today.
We talk to MicksGarage about going from the bedroom to a multimillion-euro enterprise.
People are expecting extra cash after years of shrinking pay packets.
Meet the brains behind one of the Irish food startups to taste success through the Food Academy programme.
Several local startups have been given a big boost through the crowdfunding site.
Joan Burton called the arrangements an “abomination”, while unions have labelled them “extremely exploitative”.
Business recovery is spreading and that’s good news for workers.
The country is behind many eastern European nations when it comes to broadband access.
And how small retailers can use price-comparison sites to their advantage against their bigger rivals.
They’ve also got a new cookbook out, which has been nominated for the Bord Gais Energy Irish Book Awards.
Is mór an difríocht.
The bank’s boss said its lending costs were still higher than those of bigger competitors.
Local sellers hope Ireland will follow the UK’s lead in featuring ‘vaping’ commercials on television.
What can local retailers do to win back all the Irish online shoppers spending their cash overseas?
A new brewery in Wicklow gets its official launch today. Its owners say they were regularly asked by tourists to recommend local beers.
Award recognises fastest-growing young tech company in Republic of Ireland
The Credit Review Office has been overturning a lot of rejected applications.
There has been an “almost continuous stream of good news” for the Irish economy lately.
The government is taking most of the money it costs to fill up your car anyway…
The man in charge of new products at the world’s biggest travel site says he is “really confident” its reviews are fair.
Are we a nation of click-happy customers or do we prefer the personal touch? Here are the numbers…
Anyone for an app that trawls your friends’ Facebook pages to pick out the perfect gift?
Just 1% of businesses contributed to 36% of economic growth, and two-thirds of job creation.
But you won’t get to see Eva Longoria this way.
And how a four-man operation used fun – rather than fear tactics – to become a global fundraising juggernaut.
One venture capitalist explains why Apple is still exciting – but your bank never will be.
GoDaddy’s Steven Aldrich says small-time operators can solve a “crisis of meaning” in the world’s workforce.
The 8-year high in consumer sentiment recorded in September didn’t last long.
Donncha O’Callaghan is looking for an investment boost for his software startup, 4Impacts.
Adama Innovations plans to make millions within a few years from its nanotechnology.
For October’s in-depth coverage of Irish SMEs, we looked at ways to balance a budget and where all that cash goes.