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#Startups

# startups - Thursday 16 November, 2017

One Direction's Niall Horan has taken a stake in an Irish startup that puts sounds to emojis

The firm was previously backed by snooker star Ken Doherty and racehorse trainer Henry de Bromhead.

This Galway startup is trying to save athletes from lifelong head injuries

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile Contego Sports.

'Don't ask your parents for startup advice - it will always be emotionally driven'

Sligo-based Declan Sweeney talks about coming back to Ireland to set up a business.

# startups - Wednesday 15 November, 2017

From Business ETC One Direction's Niall Horan has taken a stake in an Irish startup that puts sounds to emojis Apps And Mobile

One Direction's Niall Horan has taken a stake in an Irish startup that puts sounds to emojis

The firm was previously backed by snooker star Ken Doherty and racehorse trainer Henry de Bromhead.

# startups - Tuesday 14 November, 2017

From Business ETC Paddy Cosgrave has apologised for an 'offensive' event at Portugal's National Pantheon Startups

Paddy Cosgrave has apologised for an 'offensive' event at Portugal's National Pantheon

A number of the country’s key national figures are buried at the site.

From Business ETC Two Irish firms have bagged spots on a bootcamp taught by the 'PayPal Mafia' Startups

Two Irish firms have bagged spots on a bootcamp taught by the 'PayPal Mafia'

FoodCloud and Webio will head to Silicon Valley later this month for the programme.

# startups - Sunday 12 November, 2017

From Business ETC This Galway startup is trying to save athletes from lifelong head injuries Sports

This Galway startup is trying to save athletes from lifelong head injuries

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile Contego Sports.

# startups - Friday 10 November, 2017

From Business ETC 'Don't ask your parents for startup advice - it will always be emotionally driven' Insights

'Don't ask your parents for startup advice - it will always be emotionally driven'

Sligo-based Declan Sweeney talks about coming back to Ireland to set up a business.

From Business ETC A Dublin startup has raised €1m for technology that could help stop crashes Funding

A Dublin startup has raised €1m for technology that could help stop crashes

ProVision Vehicle Cameras designs systems for tracking fleets and driver behaviour.

# startups - Thursday 9 November, 2017

'The startup community in Ireland is excellent - but funding is a killer'

Angel investor Ian Lucey is opening a major ‘innovation space’ in Dún Laoghaire.

Meet the Internet of Things startup that's sick of hearing about the Internet of Things Wia

Meet the Internet of Things startup that's sick of hearing about the Internet of Things

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile Wia.

'After one long day, I got some bad feedback at a tasting. I was so tired my eyes welled up'

This food startup owner talks about why she quit her corporate job to set up a business.

# startups - Wednesday 8 November, 2017

From Business ETC Sean O'Sullivan's investment firm is pumping more cash into Dublin startup Aylien Funding

Sean O'Sullivan's investment firm is pumping more cash into Dublin startup Aylien

The artificial intelligence company has raised €2 million in its latest funding round.

From Business ETC This Irish software startup will open a Texas office after raising money from INM's chairman Funding

This Irish software startup will open a Texas office after raising money from INM's chairman

Initiafy’s latest funding round topped out at nearly €1 million.

# startups - Sunday 5 November, 2017

From Business ETC Meet the Internet of Things startup that's sick of hearing about the Internet of Things Startups

Meet the Internet of Things startup that's sick of hearing about the Internet of Things

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile Wia.

# startups - Saturday 4 November, 2017

From Business ETC 'The startup community in Ireland is excellent - but funding is a killer' Building And Property

'The startup community in Ireland is excellent - but funding is a killer'

Angel investor Ian Lucey is opening a major ‘innovation space’ in Dún Laoghaire.

# startups - Friday 3 November, 2017

From Business ETC 'After one long day, I got some bad feedback at a tasting. I was so tired my eyes welled up' Insights

'After one long day, I got some bad feedback at a tasting. I was so tired my eyes welled up'

This food startup owner talks about why she quit her corporate job to set up a business.

# startups - Thursday 2 November, 2017

After raising €2m from investors, the firm behind this gadget is calling in the liquidator

Dublin-based Galvanic failed to hit its most recent crowdfunding target.

'There's a stigma around doing a trade, but it's as good a way to start a business as college'

Firemole’s Seán Ó Tuama talks about his lessons from seeking investment and crowdfunding.

From Business ETC A multimillion-euro 'innovation hub' is opening in the old Dún Laoghaire ferry terminal Building And Property

A multimillion-euro 'innovation hub' is opening in the old Dún Laoghaire ferry terminal

The space will house both companies and startups in need of coworking space.

# startups - Wednesday 1 November, 2017

From Business ETC After raising €2m from investors, the firm behind this gadget is calling in the liquidator Startups

After raising €2m from investors, the firm behind this gadget is calling in the liquidator

Dublin-based Galvanic failed to hit its most recent crowdfunding target.

# startups - Monday 30 October, 2017

This scientist wants to turn Ireland into 'a central hub' for medical cannabis

Greenlight Medicines’ James Linden plans to open a new facility in Donegal next year.

# startups - Sunday 29 October, 2017

From Business ETC This Dublin juice startup has been busy winning over people in high places Food And Drink

This Dublin juice startup has been busy winning over people in high places

Food bigwigs such as Kellogg’s former European boss are backing SiSú.

From Business ETC These are the problems with a new scheme to help small firms keep their best staff Work

These are the problems with a new scheme to help small firms keep their best staff

Business groups have been lobbying for better share treatment for key workers.

# startups - Saturday 28 October, 2017

'Startups will find it easier to attract people to Cork because of the lifestyle and cost of living'

The head of UCC’s Ignite programme says the southern city has many advantages over Dublin.

From Business ETC The founder of the Dublin Whiskey Company is bringing an established Irish brewer to Inchicore Food And Drink

The founder of the Dublin Whiskey Company is bringing an established Irish brewer to Inchicore

Rathcoole-based Rascals Brewery will move into the area next year.

# startups - Friday 27 October, 2017

From Business ETC 'There's a stigma around doing a trade, but it's as good a way to start a business as college' Insights

'There's a stigma around doing a trade, but it's as good a way to start a business as college'

Firemole’s Seán Ó Tuama talks about his lessons from seeking investment and crowdfunding.

# startups - Thursday 26 October, 2017

'Startups will find it easier to attract people to Cork because of the lifestyle and cost of living'

The head of UCC’s Ignite programme says the southern city has many advantages over Dublin.

What one shout-out from Richard Branson did for this six-month-old Dublin company

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile Coroflo.

This scientist wants to turn Ireland into 'a central hub' for medical cannabis

Greenlight Medicines’ James Linden plans to open a new facility in Donegal next year.

# startups - Monday 23 October, 2017

From Business ETC Why it's a case of 'innovate or die' for Ireland's economy Opinion

Why it's a case of 'innovate or die' for Ireland's economy

The country’s business model hinges on often-fickle foreign investment.

# startups - Sunday 22 October, 2017

From Business ETC This scientist wants to turn Ireland into 'a central hub' for medical cannabis Health

This scientist wants to turn Ireland into 'a central hub' for medical cannabis

Greenlight Medicines’ James Linden plans to open a new facility in Donegal next year.

From Business ETC What one shout-out from Richard Branson did for this six-month-old Dublin company Startups

What one shout-out from Richard Branson did for this six-month-old Dublin company

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile Coroflo.

# startups - Saturday 21 October, 2017

From Business ETC 'Startups will find it easier to attract people to Cork because of the lifestyle and cost of living' Startups

'Startups will find it easier to attract people to Cork because of the lifestyle and cost of living'

The head of UCC’s Ignite programme says the southern city has many advantages over Dublin.

# startups - Thursday 19 October, 2017

A Dublin voice tech startup is ready to cash in on Google and Amazon's shortcomings

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile Voysis.

An allotment-style Dublin microbrewery is bringing beer brewing to the masses

JohnnieBongos wants to raise €15,000 to buy more equipment.

From Business ETC Irish angels have made their biggest investment yet - on a Cork med-tech startup Startups

Irish angels have made their biggest investment yet - on a Cork med-tech startup

AventaMed has raised €1.8m from backers and secured FDA approval.

# startups - Sunday 15 October, 2017

From Business ETC A Dublin voice tech startup is ready to cash in on Google and Amazon's shortcomings Startups

A Dublin voice tech startup is ready to cash in on Google and Amazon's shortcomings

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile Voysis.

A Dublin startup tackling stomach problems with a breath test has raised nearly €1.5m

FoodMarble is being backed by Sean O’Sullivan’s VC fund SOSV.

From Business ETC The mystery of Ireland's 'missing' financial services startups Opinion

The mystery of Ireland's 'missing' financial services startups

The ‘siloed’ nature of banks and the tech sector is holding back innovation.

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