19 Feb 2018
February 19, 2018

60pc of spending online goes abroad

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Ireland’s rocketing consumer spending has fuelled a surge in online shopping, but the upswing in digital purchases has come at the expense of local retailers. (more…) read more →

The retail food industry has for years been dominated by well-established brands, but more recently that has been interrupted by the discounters. (more…) read more →

“I talk about fintech being like a parent and a child, with the bank being the parent and fintech the child. (more…) read more →

Whether you’ve got an entrepreneurial idea to explore or wish your grow your existing budding enterprise, this annual national competition is now open for business. (more…) read more →

Q. I’m confused about the new affordable mortgages being proposed. Do I still need a deposit and do I have to buy a local authority home?

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Rental costs were up again in January despite the rate of inflation falling back, new official figures show. (more…) read more →

Last year saw a 6pc increase in turnover in card sales for Ireland’s pub sector, according to AIB’s 2018 Pubs Outlook. (more…) read more →

The Aran Islands will form part of an EU study to see if hydrogen can be produced using renewable energy to power cars, boats and heat buildings. (more…) read more →

ALMOST 4,000 jobs were created last year by startups and small businesses backed by their Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs). (more…) read more →

13 Feb 2018
February 13, 2018

Is Your Business Fit for 2018?

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In discussion with Mark Kellett, CEO Magnet Networks, we ask is your business fit for 2018? (more…) read more →