29259804112_3c4cf275b6_z

Brexit – Opportunity or Headache for Ireland?

On the 23rd of June, 2016, the United Kingdom shocked the world by voting to leave the European Union. Journalists across the world have been arguing over the fate of the UK, the EU and the world, and more specifically, its effects on Ireland. They are both good and bad.  UK companies are looking to Read more about Brexit – Opportunity or Headache for Ireland?[…]

The Future of Sugar & Processed Foods

It is clear that over the course of the last decade, there has been an exponential push towards nutrition in the food industry. At one time, consumers were happy with anything that would keep them from starving. Today, more and more are becoming aware of portions they eat and their consumption of excessive calories, sugars, Read more about The Future of Sugar & Processed Foods[…]

400 new tech jobs for Dublin, Cork and Galway

Four-hundred new jobs in the technology sector have been announced by eight companies at an IDA Ireland event in Dublin. The companies from the United States and Europe will create the 400 positions in Cork, Dublin and Galway over the next three years. The jobs will be created in a range of sectors including software Read more about 400 new tech jobs for Dublin, Cork and Galway[…]

LinkedIn to build new Dublin HQ with space for 1,200 workers

LinkedIn has announced plans to build a new international headquarters in Dublin which would allow it to double its Irish workforce to 1,200 from 600 people, IDA Ireland said. The professional internet network has acquired a 17,507 square metre site at Wilton Place in Dublin and construction work on the new headquarters will begin in Read more about LinkedIn to build new Dublin HQ with space for 1,200 workers[…]

Two firms to create over 500 jobs in Dublin and Limerick

Irish company Car Trawler said it would create 400 jobs in Dublin over the next three years. The company, based in Dundrum, is a global car rental booking engine. The roles advertised include senior positions in engineering, finance, data science, as well as sales and customer operations. The company also has offices in Boston and Read more about Two firms to create over 500 jobs in Dublin and Limerick[…]

Ireland faces “uncomfortable” property boom, Goodbody says (03/09/2014)

Bloomberg News, Published: 03/09/2014 Ireland is in the midst of an “uncomfortable” property boom, as a shortage of homes and offices drives up values six years after a collapsing property bubble devastated the economy, Goodbody Stockbrokers said. Values will continue to rise as supply remains limited, Dublin-based Goodbody said in a report published today. Home Read more about Ireland faces “uncomfortable” property boom, Goodbody says (03/09/2014)[…]

European investors come back in to Irish property (04/09/2014)

Peter Flanagan, Published: 04/09/2014 THE Dublin commercial property market is facing a fresh influx of overseas investors as European funds begin to dip their toe into the market here. Up to now, the recovery in commercial property in the capital has been driven largely by big American investors who are known for being the first Read more about European investors come back in to Irish property (04/09/2014)[…]

Tech firms dominate Ireland’s league of top exporters (04/09/2014)

Independent.ie, Published: 04/05/2014 Google has regained the position as Ireland’s top exporter, nudging out competition from other multinationals including Microsoft and Dell. The Irish Exporters’ Association (IEA) issued the league table in association with Investec. It said that Google Ireland saw its export turnover increase 36pc to €17bn last year. The figure is so big Read more about Tech firms dominate Ireland’s league of top exporters (04/09/2014)[…]