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Thursday 5 December, 2019

'As a business owner you have to be open to risk, otherwise you're not in the right job'

Tools of the trade: Tandem MD Tim Mulhall talks work culture and risk management.

Work-it: Breaking down the culture club

A buzzword that is common from the sporting world to the office, what does ‘culture’ really mean?

Capturing the market opportunity: Fenergo has doubled its R&D spend

The fast growing Dublin fintech company raised €66 million earlier this year as it scales internationally.

Why Dublin company Anam is making a big play for the African market

As Ireland looks to grow business ties on the continent, the mobile tech company is expanding from Nairobi.

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Ireland's economic squeeze: could staff shortages stifle growth?

The economy is still growing, but it is slowing down as capacity constraints limit expansion.

Same game, different name: Irish producers are adapting to a changing entertainment industry

Streaming giants are transforming the trade. Ireland’s creative set needs to capitalise on the opportunity.

Solutions, not problems: Changing the narrative of workplace equality

To make a real difference, and fast, campaigners want to nail down practical resolutions.

Friday 29 November, 2019

Work-it: The skill of saying no

Turning down investment or a job offer might not be easy, but it can be the right call.

'You have to get back on the horse every time you fall off'

Tools of the trade: N-PRO’s CEO Mark Ganly talks raising money and turning a passion into a career.

Why Kollect is taking the lesser trodden path for startup funding with an IPO in Sweden

The early stage Waterford company is eschewing venture capital in favour of a public listing.

Power-hungry data centres are here to stay - what does that mean for Ireland's renewable targets?

Power-hungry data centres are here to stay - what does that mean for Ireland's renewable targets?

The energy industry is “due for a change”. That could bring an opportunity.

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'The gun was to our head': Revive Active's boss on being proactive to Brexit-proof his business

Meet Daithi O’Connor, the man behind Paula Radcliffe and Roz Purcell’s favourite vitamin supplement.

3D4Medical's John Moore on why the time was right to sell his 'baby'

Inside publishing giant Elsevier’s $50 million deal for the Dublin company.

Meet the frontman, turned lawyer, turned entrepreneur disrupting the legal business

Dan Fox swapped the stage for the law library, now he is transforming the legal trade with Johnson Hana.

Sunday 24 November, 2019

Amazon v Disney v Netflix: What the global streaming war means for Ireland?

The entertainment industry is about to be hit with a healthy dose of disruption.

Friday 22 November, 2019

Health tech startup Coroflo is gearing up to bring its breastfeeding monitor to market

In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out promising companies that are emerging from Ireland.

'We were completely self-sufficient - my father was a huntsman'

Tools of the trade: Burren Smokehouse co-founder Birgitta Hedin-Curtin talks fish smoking as art.

Your crash course in... Ireland's place in the TV streaming wars

The entertainment industry is about to be hit with a healthy dose of disruption.

How Dublin plans to use tech to reduce carbon emissions

The city is using insights from Google to help tackle the climate crisis.

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To solve the housing crisis, Ireland needs to think beyond the three-bedroom house

Experts agree that a one-size-fits-all solution isn’t going to remedy the Irish property market.

Ireland's whiskey industry breathed a sigh of relief after escaping US tariffs - at least for now

Distillers are looking at new horizons after the scare, but the US is still top for a drop of the pure.

Plant-based burgers are going mainstream, will Ireland develop a taste?

The traditional burger isn’t going anywhere, but food businesses are capitalising on the rise of alternatives.

'People buy from people, nothing beats personal relationships'

Meet Rory O’Connor, the man building Wexford company Scurri into a major player in e-commerce tech.

Friday 15 November, 2019

How Tixserve is simplifying the last mile of digital ticket delivery

In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out promising companies that are emerging from Ireland.

'You can train skill sets, but you can't drive ambition into people if they don't have it'

Tools of the trade: Legacy and PepTalk founder Bernard Brogan talks ambition on and off the pitch.

'There is money to be made in this industry, if you get it right': Inside the €327m PFS deal

Why an Australian giant has snapped up the Trim-based payment business

‘We can’t take our foot off the gas’ - in a Brexit lull, Ireland can’t afford to relax

A no-deal is less likely, but the economic storm clouds are still gathering

'It's not enough to just recycle coffee cups': John Beckett is helping Irish tech fight climate change

The serial entrepreneur and ChannelSight founder is branching out into forestry to get tech to go green.

Medical device makers are on a recruitment drive as strict new EU rules edge closer

The regulations will have a ‘big impact’ on numerous operations based in Ireland.

As TikTok builds up a massive user base, Ireland is taking notice

First it will get your customers’ eyeballs, then your marketing budgets.

Thursday 7 November, 2019

'I remember when the last crash came, people said 'don't waste a good recession'''

Tools of the Trade: Co-founder of VOYA skincare, Mark Walton, talks recession and fly-fishing.

Fincovi is bringing its financial management skills to the renewable energy sector

In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out promising companies that are emerging from Ireland.

Why ailing Irish firms aren't opting for examinership

The procedure is the route less travelled despite its success rate, experts say.

New office players have changed the property game, the industry is turning to tech to keep pace

Marble floors no longer cut it as employees have updated their expectations.

Meet the man behind Diaceutics, the data company helping people access life-saving drugs

Peter Keeling took the Belfast company public in March and is changing testing for precision medicine.

As TransferMate reaches profitability, its mission for the US market is taking shape

The Kilkenny fintech company is accelerating its US play after it sealed a deal with Wells Fargo this year.

'There is money being left on the table': Irish startups need more female angel investors

Business angel investing is still a predominantly male environment, but it doesn’t have to be.

'I love being close to the metal': A flight in the Profit Hunter with Embraer's John Slattery

The Clare native showcases the Brazilian firm’s new jet, reflecting on European aviation and sustainable flying.

Saturday 2 November, 2019

Ryanair has blamed Serbian officials for the 'forced cancellation' of a new route

The Irish airline said it was refused permission to operate a new Frankfurt Hahn-Niš service.

Thursday 31 October, 2019

Sweepr wants to be the unifying force for customer support in the connected home

In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out promising companies that are emerging from Ireland.

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