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From TheJournal.ie Ireland is doing its best to make caravan holidays a thing again Holliers

Ireland is doing its best to make caravan holidays a thing again

There’s a new standard being set for off-beat accommodation.

How co-working offices are changing the way we do business

Shared workspaces can lead to great things – as long as everyone keeps the noise down.

Why ridesharing has run into some major roadblocks in Ireland

The movement is a global phenomenon – but here it has stalled before even getting started.

This electric car is going to be made in Ireland

Could it be the Irish answer to Tesla Motors?

‘You can’t stand with your finger in the dam’: Bruton gives his 2c on TTIP

This is what the Jobs Minister had to say about a EU-US free-trade deal today.

From TheJournal.ie Fancy starting your own business? Here’s some helpful advice… Opinion

Fancy starting your own business? Here’s some helpful advice…

People tend to forget that most entrepreneurs have failed, more than once, before they find success. And I’m no different.

From TheJournal.ie A lot of Irish businesses are getting scammed Scammed

A lot of Irish businesses are getting scammed

No, he’s not the Prince of Nigeria.

Why these young Irish entrepreneurs chose to launch their startups in London

And the advantages of being part of a global network built on a shared heritage.

Here’s why the Internet of Things is going to change everything you do

And chances are you already own something which has said capabilities.

From TheJournal.ie An Irish-backed company is making rhino horns to stop poaching You Don't Get The Horn

An Irish-backed company is making rhino horns to stop poaching

They plan to use them to destroy the demand for poaching.

It pays to read the fine print when you Airbnb

The home-sharing site has fans across the world – but there are a few things you should know.

Ireland’s first ever shopping centre is getting a make-over

Stillorgan shopping centre first opened its doors in 1966.

Airbnb is about to be worth more than almost any hotel chain in the world

That’s despite the company still losing a fortune each year.

Irish firms are going overseas for staff because they can’t compete with multinationals

Jobs options are up for in-demand candidates – but that’s making it tough for some.

From TheJournal.ie Irish wages are still going down, down, down… Less Money No Cry

Irish wages are still going down, down, down…

Our average earnings at present are the lowest since 2009. Not all industries are worse off though…

From TheJournal.ie Watch: This beautiful drone video is probably the best you’ve ever seen about cutting silage Smell Of The Summer This post contains videos

This pair has been promising jobs all over town today

But areas outside Dublin are missing out on all but a few of the new roles.

Why car sharing could help save Dublin from days like this

Owning your own vehicle is expensive – is there a better way?

From TheJournal.ie Two Irish guys have invented a Shazam-style app for live music Who's That Band

Two Irish guys have invented a Shazam-style app for live music

Ever seen a band at a festival and forgotten their name? This will help.

6 reasons why people should embrace peer-to-peer lending

We talk to the head of Grid Finance, one of Ireland’s two peer-to-peer loan platforms.

Taste of Dublin celebrates 10 years as capital sees restaurant come back

The restaurant market in Dublin is the most competitive it’s been in years. The rest of the country aren’t seeing the same.

From TheJournal.ie This woman wants Irish cyclists to start using these three-wheeled bikes On Your Bike

This woman wants Irish cyclists to start using these three-wheeled bikes

Dublin Bike Week is kicking off today with events across the country.

This Kilkenny entrepreneur just scooped one of Ireland’s top business awards

Her company, MyBio, was started only six years ago.

From TheJournal.ie We believe fears about the TTIP are unfounded – we need to break down barriers to business Opinion

We believe fears about the TTIP are unfounded – we need to break down barriers to business

Much of the focus about the trade deal has been on big business, but little attention has been paid to SMEs and how they would benefit from it.

These were the 5 biggest deals for Irish startups early this year

Investors have put nearly €120 million into the sector in the first three months of 2015.

From TheJournal.ie There’s a new sex shop opening in Dublin next to a national school, and some people are not happy Appropriate? This post contains a poll

There’s a new sex shop opening in Dublin next to a national school, and some people are not happy

Kilkenny-based adult store Playblue is expanding to the capital.

Left-wing campaigners are derailing a US free-trade deal for ‘political reasons’: Hayes

Debate on the so-called TTIP was suspended this morning amid angry scenes.

From TheJournal.ie These are the best craft beers in Ireland right now* Tops Of The Hops

These are the best craft beers in Ireland right now*

*According to judges at the Killarney Beerfest, that is.

Inside the first whiskey distillery to open in Dublin in over 125 years

The Teeling Whiskey Distillery is keeping alive a family tradition that started more than two centuries ago.

From TheJournal.ie This Sligo castle has changed hands for the first time since Oliver Cromwell A Historic Pile

This Sligo castle has changed hands for the first time since Oliver Cromwell

The Corscadden family has added it to their castle ‘collection’.

From TheJournal.ie Irish patients to take part in first trials to test potential cure for kidney disease Watch This Space

Irish patients to take part in first trials to test potential cure for kidney disease

A Galway-based company has been awarded a multi-million euro grant to test the treatment.

Thousands of women are making friends with complete strangers because of a Dublin trio

Welcome to the ‘slightly-organised chaos’ that is GirlCrew.

Why the long era of TV advertising supremacy is about to end

Nowadays it’s all about the data.

There’s a brand new Irish biscuit company – and they’re baking up plenty of jobs

The new company’s promising a “commercially competitive local Irish source of biscuits”. Sounds delicious.

Every day last month, 135 new Irish businesses were set up

Insolvencies were also down.

How a 22 year old turned a crazy idea into a company seeking $2 million

He realised the enormous potential that social media held in the area of freestyle rap.

From TheJournal.ie Drinking wine in Ireland is expensive. Really, really expensive Some Neck

Drinking wine in Ireland is expensive. Really, really expensive

The National Off-Licence Association says it’s hurting smaller sellers.

Meet the toy that is doing its little bit to bring down Barbie

Lottie is the creation of a Donegal-based company with global ambitions.

Ireland’s biggest home-owned chain of record stores is still growing

Sales at Golden Discs are bucking a global trend.

Why a global cyber-security firm chose Cork over London for its European base

eSentire plans to hire 100 staff for its new Irish operation.

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