That’s as long as his government gets re-elected, mind.
It’s been the best January and February for start-ups since 2007.
And business group Ibec wants more money for infrastructure to cope with the growth.
But there will still be plenty of pricier places to holiday in Europe.
For February’s in-depth coverage of SMEs, we looked at how buying local matters and the importance of traceability.
‘Money For Jam’ should be a bible for anyone culinary-inclined who wants to strike out on their own
And you can buy a pre-paid funeral plan for it…
The property currently pulls in €15,600 a year in rent.
Most people want better labelling on country-of-origin, but that change could come at a price.
Ireland’s guarantee scheme for small companies is being extended, while crowd-sourcers LinkedFinance announced a new €250 million SME loan fund
But do people really care what meat makes its way into their lasagne?
The competition for top talent is red hot now – here’s how to make sure you get the candidates that will make your company succeed.
The Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland launched the €400 million fund this morning.
Complicated tech ones for the most part…
With 1,500 jobs on the way Richard Bruton has hailed Ireland’s entrepreneurs as ‘heroes’.
Back pain, anxiety and depression were the biggest contributors to absenteeism in 2014.
Here’s why the price of the commodity is heading up again…
Ever wondered how you wrangle a free-range snail?
The scam had the potential to net over €5 million in the 14 cases reported so far.
Modern technology offers would-be potters and artisans a golden opportunity to carve a niche for themselves.
€300 million’s worth at last count…
One tip: Choose the scariest option.
Everyone was talking about Greek debt deals, counting calories and the end of cheap booze.
We talk to the man behind Skelligs Chocolate on the importance of supporting Irish.
Here’s what we know about the Tánaiste’s “shamrock saver” scheme so far…
Joan Burton said businesses and jobseekers can avail of financial supports under two new initiatives.
A crime survey has found that cosmetics and fake tan are the most likely items to be shoplifted from pharmacies.
*According to the Central Bank’s latest update, that is.
How about we start from scratch?
There’s already a 22.5% increase in the number of new companies this year.
This was the week in business.
For January’s in-depth coverage of SMEs, we looked at the importance of setting goals and getting staff working together.
The Irish company which runs the competitions in offices across the nation is barely a year old
It’s specially for certain patients.
Enda and Joan are targeting a return to full employment by 2018. They’ve been giving us a progress report this morning.
One in every five Irish women do not attend a cervical screening when invited.
This month, we take a look inside the mind of Manchester United’s all-conquering chief, Sir Alex Ferguson.