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Question: What's the one thing you think you could realistically achieve at European level?

Environmental protection, rural development and trade were listed as important issues for candidates.

In Navan, it's all about insurance and broadband (even if Peter Casey wants to talk immigration)

At a Midlands North-West hustings today, six candidates spoke about business in rural areas.

From Business ETC Wazp wants to bridge the knowledge gap in 3D printing for companies big and small Startups And Tech

Wazp wants to bridge the knowledge gap in 3D printing for companies big and small

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the Kerry company.

Meet CreditCruncher, the startup that's taking the law of late payments into its own hands

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the fintech company.

From Business ETC Meet CreditCruncher, the startup that's taking the law of late payments into its own hands Startups And Tech

Meet CreditCruncher, the startup that's taking the law of late payments into its own hands

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the fintech company.

Tens of thousands of Irish firms haven't registered to move goods to and from the UK post-Brexit

Business groups have said the low numbers of companies acquiring their EORI so far is worrying.

From Business ETC Haunted by its illicit past, poitín is getting a promo overhaul to ensure its future Food And Drink

Haunted by its illicit past, poitín is getting a promo overhaul to ensure its future

Two decades after the drink was legalised, take-up has been a mere trickle.

As Ireland's talent war rumbles on, the cost of replacing staff has doubled

The average price tag on replacing a worker now stands at €13,100.

From Business ETC As Ireland's talent war rumbles on, the cost of replacing staff has doubled Work

As Ireland's talent war rumbles on, the cost of replacing staff has doubled

The average price tag on replacing a worker now stands at €13,100.

From Business ETC Despite pumping millions into his latest idea, Colm Lyon is in no hurry to take over the world Financial Services

Despite pumping millions into his latest idea, Colm Lyon is in no hurry to take over the world

The fintech founder who sold his first business for €115 million is slowly growing his next project.

'I'm an optimist - life is a wonderful gift': Welcome to the world of Seán Gallagher

The one-time presidential candidate explains why he’s so bullish on the future for Ireland.

'I'm an optimist - life is a wonderful gift': Welcome to the world of Seán Gallagher

The one-time presidential candidate explains why he’s so bullish on the future for Ireland.

From Business ETC 'I'm an optimist - life is a wonderful gift': Welcome to the world of Seán Gallagher Startups And Tech

'I'm an optimist - life is a wonderful gift': Welcome to the world of Seán Gallagher

The one-time presidential candidate explains why he’s so bullish on the future for Ireland.

From Business ETC This Dublin startup is heading stateside to rub shoulders with finance's heavy-hitters Financial Services

This Dublin startup is heading stateside to rub shoulders with finance's heavy-hitters

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series we profile ID-Pal.

We're partnering with UCD Smurfit School to offer one Fora reader an MBA scholarship

We are supporting tomorrow’s business innovators with an opportunity worth up to €34,500.

This Dublin startup is heading stateside to rub shoulders with finance's heavy-hitters

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series we profile ID-Pal.

From Business ETC 'We'll lose out on mobile investment': A missed budget opportunity for entrepreneurs Policy

'We'll lose out on mobile investment': A missed budget opportunity for entrepreneurs

But the government’s 2018 fiscal plan has been welcomed as a step in the right direction.

A startup incubator is coming to Shannon as part of the government's plan for rural Ireland

Ministers have promised to deliver 135,000 jobs to regional areas by 2020.

From Business ETC A startup incubator is coming to Shannon as part of the government's plan for rural Ireland Startups

A startup incubator is coming to Shannon as part of the government's plan for rural Ireland

Ministers have promised to deliver 135,000 jobs to regional areas by 2020.

From Business ETC Business and mortgage lending - how credit unions could take on the banks Financial Services

Business and mortgage lending - how credit unions could take on the banks

A new report says the return on members’ deposits is now “critically low”.

Used car imports are booming as new sales drop

There has been a downward shift in new car sales this year in comparison to 2016.

From Business ETC These are the reasons why KBC has decided not to cash out from Ireland Financial Services

These are the reasons why KBC has decided not to cash out from Ireland

The bank also announced it will have a new focus on small business lending.

These are the reasons why KBC has decided not to leave Ireland

The bank also announced it will have a new focus on small business lending.

'I left my company after 20 years and started a new one. I felt I could do much more'

As part of our weekly How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin lender Capital Flow.

From Business ETC 'I left my company after 20 years and started a new one. I felt I could do much more' Funding

'I left my company after 20 years and started a new one. I felt I could do much more'

As part of our weekly How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin lender Capital Flow.

We're partnering with UCD Smurfit School to offer one Fora reader an MBA scholarship

Supporting tomorrow’s business innovators with an opportunity worth up to €34,500.

From Business ETC 'Getting feedback from other business people helps, but sometimes the truth hurts' Services

'Getting feedback from other business people helps, but sometimes the truth hurts'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Irish business advice firm The Alternative Board.

From Business ETC How rising insurance costs are squeezing small Irish businesses dry Policy

How rising insurance costs are squeezing small Irish businesses dry

Some firms have been quoted threefold increases in their premiums.

How small online retailers can beat Amazon on Black Friday

Irish sellers should try to win the war on service – and play the ‘shop local’ card.

From Business ETC How small online retailers can beat Amazon on Black Friday Retail

How small online retailers can beat Amazon on Black Friday

Irish sellers should try to win the war on service – and play the ‘shop local’ card.

From Business ETC Meet the ex-Dublin GAA player who now sweats over getting sponsors on jerseys Media And Arts

Meet the ex-Dublin GAA player who now sweats over getting sponsors on jerseys

As part of our How My Business Works series we profile Dublin PR and sponsorship firm PSG Group.

Meet the ex-Dublin GAA player who now sweats over getting sponsors on jerseys

As part of our How My Business Works series we profile Dublin PR and sponsorship firm PSG Group.

From Business ETC Most Irish companies are planning to deliver pay rises in 2017 Work

Most Irish companies are planning to deliver pay rises in 2017

Just under three-quarters of businesses expect to pay staff more, according to an Ibec survey.

Good news for Irish workers as most companies plan pay hikes in 2017

Just under three quarters of businesses expect to pay their staff more next year.

Budget 2017: Here are the main points you need to know

A €1.3 billion package of tax cuts and public spending was announced this afternoon.

From Business ETC 'It was never about money': Why this Kerry multi-millionaire is pouring cash into his new startup Media And Arts

'It was never about money': Why this Kerry multi-millionaire is pouring cash into his new startup

Jerry Kennelly, who sold his stock images company for $135m in 2008, has put €30m into Tweak.com.

From Business ETC Ireland's largest crowd lender thinks we need to follow the UK's crowdfunding playbook Funding

Ireland's largest crowd lender thinks we need to follow the UK's crowdfunding playbook

The company’s new CEO says the sector needs regulation in the Republic.

From Business ETC After a decade of research, this spin-out company is about to build its world-first x-ray Manufacturing

After a decade of research, this spin-out company is about to build its world-first x-ray

NovaUCD-based SiriusXT has been working on a revolutionary €2 million-plus device.

From Business ETC Foreign companies dominate their Irish rivals when it comes to researching new products Policy

Foreign companies dominate their Irish rivals when it comes to researching new products

Two-thirds of all expenditure on R&D in Ireland comes from multinational firms.

From Business ETC Entrepreneurs fear loan rejection as banking crisis 'scars' run deep Funding

Entrepreneurs fear loan rejection as banking crisis 'scars' run deep

Almost half of small Irish companies won’t apply for credit for fear they will be knocked back.

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