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#Irish startups

# irish-startups - Monday 21 September, 2015

The battle for Dublin's dirty laundry is heating up online

Technology, is there anything it can’t do?

# irish-startups - Sunday 6 September, 2015

The Irish website that looks like it hasn't changed in forever is finally getting a makeover

We asked the head of how the site was holding up in the social media era.

# irish-startups - Thursday 3 September, 2015

Ireland may have big entrepreneurial dreams - but we're still wedded to the boss's chequebook

The country is below average when it comes to most key startup indicators.

# irish-startups - Sunday 24 May, 2015

Stuck for space? One man has built a floating office in Dublin's Silicon Docks

Inside DoSpace – a co-working space with a few differences.

# irish-startups - Wednesday 24 September, 2014

Industry heavy hitters are backing this Irish startup with their own cash

Climote gets over €1 million from investors who want a piece of the smart-metering company.

# irish-startups - Monday 26 May, 2014

Opinion: Getting a company off the ground is very tough – but it’s also exhilarating

Dónal Moloney reflects on the ups and downs of nurturing a start-up business…

# irish-startups - Sunday 15 July, 2012

Archaeologist brings Ireland's heritage to life in new audio guide

Irish archaeologist Neil Jackman says wanted to “create something positive” when he found himself unemployed – and so he rounded up a talented team to bring Ireland’s history to life.