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# 21st Century workplace
You may think your workplace is progressive - your employees may disagree
‘If we aren’t inclusive in how we recruit and promote people, we’re not tapping into the full talent pool’
# 21st Century workplace
You may think your workplace is progressive - your employees may disagree
‘If we aren’t inclusive in how we recruit and promote people, we’re not tapping into the full talent pool’
# Future of finance
'More than business as usual': Undeterred by Brexit, Ireland's fintech set is going big in the UK
A messy divorce from Europe aside, Britain remains a key market for financial technology startups.
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'A testbed on steroids': Can hackathons help launch a business?
The events are becoming an increasingly popular way to meld businesses with innovators and fresh ideas.
# Future of finance
Shaking off a 'staid impression': Re-imagining the credit union in the fintech era
As banks spend fortunes embracing tech, credit unions are revamping to ensure they aren’t left behind.
# Future of finance
Shaking off a 'staid impression': Re-imagining the credit union in the fintech era
As banks spend fortunes embracing tech, credit unions are revamping to ensure they aren’t left behind.
# Feature
'A testbed on steroids': Can hackathons help launch a business?
The events are becoming an increasingly popular way to meld businesses with innovators and fresh ideas.
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'An extremely important junction': Inside the belly of the EU beast as it nails down a seven-year plan
With Britain gone and climate action needed, the bloc’s trillion-euro budget will have implications for Ireland.
# perspective
'What I did learn after Brother Damien passing away is there is a lot more to life'
Camogie – and winning – went from being the be all and end all, to meaning so little in the grand scheme of things for Grace Walsh.
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Companies have accepted the internet wasn’t built for kids, change is coming
The tech industry has stopped toying with the idea that kidtech is just child’s play.
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Companies have accepted the internet wasn’t built for kids, change is coming
The tech industry has stopped toying with the idea that kidtech is just child’s play.
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Ireland has talent, but when it comes to tech and science it needs to tackle gender imbalances
Ireland’s smart economy ambitions stem from its educated youth, it needs to be nurtured early
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Ireland has talent, but when it comes to tech and science it needs to tackle gender imbalances
Ireland’s smart economy ambitions stem from its educated youth, it needs to be nurtured early
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Here's where venture capital investors have been cutting their cheques in 2019
Fintech remains an area of key interest with health tech hot on its heels.
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Here's where venture capital investors have been cutting their cheques in 2019
Fintech remains an area of key interest with health tech hot on its heels.
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2019 was a solid year for foreign direct investment but what does 2020 have in store?
Talent and tax changes could be issues as Ireland looks to stay as the multinational destination of choice.
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2019 was a solid year for foreign direct investment but what does 2020 have in store?
Talent and tax changes could be issues as Ireland looks to stay as the multinational destination of choice.
# lovely gesture
'I was in college and my Dad rang me saying, 'There's a letter from Arsenal here''
A devastating injury hampered Shaunagh McCarthy’s first year with Cork City – but a letter from Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin lifted her spirits.
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The throwback economy: Why 'a good story' never goes out of style
As the retail world evolves, do vinyl and the printed word still hold a special place in peoples hearts?
# retail and services
Pack to the future: Inside An Post's shiny new parcel hub
The semi-state is just getting started as it plots its long-term plan.
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The throwback economy: Why 'a good story' never goes out of style
As the retail world evolves, do vinyl and the printed word still hold a special place in peoples hearts?
# retail and services
Pack to the future: Inside An Post's shiny new parcel hub
The semi-state is just getting started as it plots its long-term plan.
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The throwback economy: Why 'a good story' never goes out of style
As the retail world evolves, do vinyl and the printed word still hold a special place in peoples hearts?
# resource and energy
'Wind and wave are our oil and gas': How Ireland could harness the power of the ocean
The wave energy industry has potential, but it won’t all be plain sailing.
# resource and energy
'Wind and wave are our oil and gas': How Ireland could harness the power of the ocean
The wave energy industry has potential, but it won’t all be plain sailing.
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Blockades, pickets and protests: What’s the beef?
Irish farmers are fighting local issues and dealing with a global problem.
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Solutions, not problems: Changing the narrative of workplace equality
To make a real difference, and fast, campaigners want to nail down practical resolutions.
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Solutions, not problems: Changing the narrative of workplace equality
To make a real difference, and fast, campaigners want to nail down practical resolutions.
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.
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.
# policy and economy
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.
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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.
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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.
# policy and economy
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.
# media and marketing
As TikTok builds up a massive user base, Ireland is taking notice
First it will get your customers’ eyeballs, then your marketing budgets.
The climate crisis is changing the way companies are run, giving Ireland a great opportunity
Global financiers flocked to Ireland’s climate finance week. The health of the planet topped the agenda.
# media and marketing
As TikTok builds up a massive user base, Ireland is taking notice
First it will get your customers’ eyeballs, then your marketing budgets.
# the walsh way
'A few of us were watching the video the next day, tears were flowing out of our eyes'
Kilkenny star Grace Walsh on a beautiful family moment, bouncing back in 2020 and her undying love for camogie.
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Why ailing Irish firms aren't opting for examinership
The procedure is the route less travelled despite its success rate, experts say.
# Feature
Why ailing Irish firms aren't opting for examinership
The procedure is the route less travelled despite its success rate, experts say.