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# funding - Sunday 30 July, 2017

How a Dublin council engineer wound up hanging out with the Silicon Valley 'mafia'

Michael O’Dwyer of Swiftcomply tells us how his business is growing.

# funding - Saturday 29 July, 2017

From Business ETC After drawing the ire of General Electric, this Athlone startup has retreated from the US Startups

After drawing the ire of General Electric, this Athlone startup has retreated from the US

The giant conglomerate issued a cease-and-desist letter to OxyMem.

# funding - Thursday 27 July, 2017

'Investing may not be an angel's day job, but the notion that VCs are better is bulls**t'

HBAN head John Phelan says large syndicates are starting to lead investments in Irish startups.

How a Dublin council engineer wound up hanging out with the Silicon Valley 'mafia'

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series we profile Swiftcomply.

# funding - Sunday 23 July, 2017

From Business ETC How a Dublin council engineer wound up hanging out with the Silicon Valley 'mafia' Startups

How a Dublin council engineer wound up hanging out with the Silicon Valley 'mafia'

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series we profile Swiftcomply.

'After 10 years I wasn't enjoying the job at all. I was CEO, but I'm a nuts-and-bolts guy'

During his many years in startups, Jonathan Maliepaard has seen the same mistakes repeated.

# funding - Saturday 22 July, 2017

From Business ETC 'Investing may not be an angel's day job, but the notion that VCs are better is bulls**t' Funding

'Investing may not be an angel's day job, but the notion that VCs are better is bulls**t'

HBAN head John Phelan says large syndicates are starting to lead investments in Irish startups.

# funding - Thursday 20 July, 2017

'We don't have an office – but that hasn't stopped us from making progress'

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series we profile TravTab.

'After 10 years I wasn't enjoying the job at all. I was CEO, but I'm a nuts-and-bolts guy'

During his many years in startups, Jonathan Maliepaard has seen the same mistakes repeated.

Inside the row tearing apart the firm that's spent 20 years hunting for Irish gold

Conroy Gold has been reporting promising finds for years – but its key shareholder is tired of waiting.

# funding - Monday 17 July, 2017

From Business ETC A major drinks group has bought an €18m piece of the new Dublin Liberties Distillery Food And Drink

A major drinks group has bought an €18m piece of the new Dublin Liberties Distillery

Stock Spirits will also take a 25% stake in Quintessential Brands, which owns the facility.

# funding - Saturday 15 July, 2017

From Business ETC 'We don't have an office – but that hasn't stopped us from making progress' Funding

'We don't have an office – but that hasn't stopped us from making progress'

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series we profile TravTab.

From Business ETC Inside the row tearing apart the firm that's spent 20 years hunting for Irish gold Resource And Energy

Inside the row tearing apart the firm that's spent 20 years hunting for Irish gold

Conroy Gold has been reporting promising finds for years – but its key shareholder is tired of waiting.

# funding - Friday 14 July, 2017

From Business ETC 'After 10 years I wasn't enjoying the job at all. I was CEO, but I'm a nuts-and-bolts guy' Insights

'After 10 years I wasn't enjoying the job at all. I was CEO, but I'm a nuts-and-bolts guy'

During his many years in startups, Jonathan Maliepaard has seen the same mistakes repeated.

# funding - Sunday 9 July, 2017

Meet the Dublin woman sitting on a €180m war chest for startup companies

Draper Esprit’s Nicola McClafferty talks about Irish companies exiting early, talent wars and gender bias.

# funding - Friday 7 July, 2017

From Business ETC Drinks behemoth Bacardi paid €5m to snap up part of Teeling Whiskey Food And Drink

Drinks behemoth Bacardi paid €5m to snap up part of Teeling Whiskey

The white rum maker recently cut a deal with the Dublin firm to import its whiskies into the US.

# funding - Thursday 6 July, 2017

A Galway coffee chain is one of the first SMEs to crowdfund using Irish lender Flender

The Galway Roast will use the €25,000 it raised to help bankroll its fifth café.

Meet the Dublin woman sitting on a €180m war chest for startups

Draper Esprit’s Nicola McClafferty talks about Irish companies exiting early, talent wars and gender bias.

From Business ETC A Galway coffee chain is one of the first SMEs to crowdfund using Irish lender Flender Financial Services

A Galway coffee chain is one of the first SMEs to crowdfund using Irish lender Flender

The Galway Roast will use the €25,000 it raised to help bankroll its fifth café.

# funding - Wednesday 5 July, 2017

Political parties and independents were paid over €8 million of state funds last year

The SIPO report shows that Fianna Fáil received over €2.2 million in 2016.

# funding - Saturday 1 July, 2017

From Business ETC Meet the Dublin woman sitting on a €180m war chest for startups Startups

Meet the Dublin woman sitting on a €180m war chest for startups

Draper Esprit’s Nicola McClafferty talks about Irish companies exiting early, talent wars and gender bias.

# funding - Tuesday 27 June, 2017

From Business ETC COMPETITION: Got a smart business idea? Win €5,000 in cash to make it reality Startups

COMPETITION: Got a smart business idea? Win €5,000 in cash to make it reality

The VidPitch Competition is the chance to get cash, office space and exposure for you and your product.

# funding - Thursday 22 June, 2017

From Business ETC The 'stupid parlour tricks' from a Silicon Valley superstar that will fix your business pitch Startups

The 'stupid parlour tricks' from a Silicon Valley superstar that will fix your business pitch

The head of a global accelerator delivers a masterclass in fine-tuning a presentation for investors.

A Saudi oil giant's investment arm has taken a stake in Athlone startup OxyMem

The Irish firm claims its flagship product is four times more efficient than conventional sewage systems.

# funding - Wednesday 21 June, 2017

From Business ETC KBC is making a play for the 'micro' business lending market Financial Services

KBC is making a play for the 'micro' business lending market

The Belgian group said it will offer ‘an appealing proposition’ for small Irish firms later this year.

# funding - Tuesday 20 June, 2017

From Business ETC A Saudi oil giant's investment arm has taken a stake in Athlone startup OxyMem Funding

A Saudi oil giant's investment arm has taken a stake in Athlone startup OxyMem

The Irish firm claims its flagship product is four times more efficient than conventional sewage systems.

# funding - Thursday 15 June, 2017

From Business ETC Valitacell has secured €2m in funding to make cheaper high-tech drugs Health

Valitacell has secured €2m in funding to make cheaper high-tech drugs

The Blackrock startup hopes to speed up the making of ‘biologics’ that treat diseases like cancer.

# funding - Monday 12 June, 2017

From Business ETC 'Startups need to have an appetite for risk - failure is just another part of the process' Startups

'Startups need to have an appetite for risk - failure is just another part of the process'

Here’s some advice for young Irish firms looking to attract investors.

# funding - Thursday 8 June, 2017

Dublin money-sharing startup Plynk has raised €25m to roll out across Europe

It is one of the largest-ever sums put into a young firm here.

After a year of 'awful pitches', a Pat Phelan-backed fund for Irish startups has shut

Nohovation was launched last May by Trutsev founder Phelan and Illann Power.

'There was a period after we sold to Google when I thought I'd never do that again'

After selling his first startup, Plink, this tech entrepreneur is back with a retail game-changer.

# funding - Wednesday 7 June, 2017

Sport Ireland issue Irish boxing with funding cut threat

“Significant issues of concern” remain at the IABA.

From Business ETC Dublin money-sharing startup Plynk has raised €25m to roll out across Europe Financial Services

Dublin money-sharing startup Plynk has raised €25m to roll out across Europe

It is one of the largest-ever sums put into a young firm here.

# funding - Monday 5 June, 2017

From Business ETC After a year of 'awful pitches', a Pat Phelan-backed fund for Irish startups has shut Startups

After a year of 'awful pitches', a Pat Phelan-backed fund for Irish startups has shut

Nohovation was launched last May by Trutsev founder Phelan and Illann Power.

# funding - Friday 2 June, 2017

From Business ETC 'There was a period after we sold to Google when I thought I'd never do that again' Insights

'There was a period after we sold to Google when I thought I'd never do that again'

After selling his first startup, Plink, this tech entrepreneur is back with a retail game-changer.

# funding - Thursday 1 June, 2017

From Business ETC Limerick medtech firm Altratech has raised millions to fund its quick-diagnosis device Health

Limerick medtech firm Altratech has raised millions to fund its quick-diagnosis device

The company closed a €2.2m investment round and secured €3m from an EU fund.

# funding - Wednesday 31 May, 2017

From Business ETC An Ireland-based man wants to crowdfund a Harry Potter pub complete with 'magic' wands Startups

An Ireland-based man wants to crowdfund a Harry Potter pub complete with 'magic' wands

Matthew Cortland will launch his crowdfunding project for the London pub next month.

# funding - Tuesday 30 May, 2017

'A watershed moment': TDs have come up with a plan to radically change the healthcare system

The report on the Future of Healthcare is set to be published today.

# funding - Monday 29 May, 2017

From Business ETC A state scheme to help fight the 'blight' of late payments is struggling for sign-ups Policy

A state scheme to help fight the 'blight' of late payments is struggling for sign-ups

Only 34 private firms have committed to the Prompt Payment Code after two years.

# funding - Sunday 28 May, 2017

After a year under wraps, an Irish startup backed by heavy-hitters is ready to unseat LinkedIn

Eamon Leonard has unveiled Cohort – an app that makes it easier to ask for a favour.