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A moment in the sun: Meet the Irish spacetech entrepreneurs boldly growing

As investment in spacetech increases, the Irish tech sector has something to phone home about.

From shoes to prosthetic arms, there is a growing appetite for personalisation in medtech

The Irish manufacturing industry is using new tech to develop ‘batch-of-one’ processing.

Meet the man at the vanguard of Ireland's budding peer-to-peer business lending market

‘I think we’re only scratching the surface’ – Niall Dorrian has big plans to build Linked Finance.


Atlantic Therapeutics has taken a major step to break into the 'very considerable' US market

Inside the Irish medtech company’s stateside plans after it received FDA over-the-counter approval.

Opening a new 'gateway': Why Q3 Medical is looking east to Hong Kong for its stock flotation

The medtech business is the first Irish-incorporated applicant to get a green-light to pursue a listing there.

Fenergo is bulking up with product development and acquisitions after securing more capital

The fast-growing fintech company has raised another tranche of cash, this time from Dutch bank ABN AMRO.


Work-it: The balancing act of flexible working

Thinking on remote working and adaptable hours is changing, but could it have unintended consequences?

'I don't let the tyranny of the urgent overwhelm the priority of the important'

Tom Murphy, the founder of Pamex, talks shaving oil and why he wants to be on The Late Late Show.