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Irish startup Abodoo kicks off 2018 with €200K investment

2018 has gotten off to a promising start for one Irish startup. Careers site Abodoo launched less than six months ago and now …

08 January 2018 / By Dublin Globe

7 Irish startups to watch in 2018

One of my favourite things about Dublin’s startup scene is that it’s constantly expanding. This year we watched as some awesome companies made …

08 January 2018 / By Kevin Kline

Drones, sensors, and satellites are the future of trees, according to this Irish startup

For most us, the forest is a place to get away from technology. 4G signals fade and there’s no wifi hotspot to be …

21 December 2017 / By Kevin Kline

This billion-euro Irish firm is shopping its way to become a gaming industry giant

It works with giants of the gaming industry such as EA Sports, Konami and Ubisoft and commands a billion-euro market value, but there’s every chance …

23 November 2017 / By Fora.ie

Dublin TeleTech Company Anam Rated Best In The World For SMS Firewalls

The beauty of Dublin’s technology industry is that it’s so diverse. There are, of course, the big tech giants with their names written …

10 November 2017 / By Kevin Kline

Dublin’s Coroflo wins ESB Spark of Genius Award at the Web Summit in Lisbon

Dublin-based Coroflo was today announced the winner of the ESB Spark of Genius Award at the Web Summit in Lisbon, taking home the …

09 November 2017 / By Amanda Connolly

This Expanding Irish Startup Helps Make E-Commerce Shipping Possible For Small Businesses

If you want to get a package from Point A to Point B with a quick redirection to Point C, a startup in …

04 November 2017 / By Kevin Kline

Dublin-based app makes splitting the bill as easy as sending an emoji!

Dublin-based payments app Circle has made two exciting announcements today. Firstly, the company has launched its new Groups feature, which allows users to …

18 October 2017 / By Dublin Globe

‘Setting up a company was a needs must situation – we couldn’t find jobs for love nor money’ – Gina Miltiadou, Zahra Media Group

It’s no secret that the traditional publishing industry is under pressure from falling advertising sales as readers shift online. For Bray-based Zahra Media …

13 October 2017 / By Fora.ie

Dublin-based Cubic signs €20 million deal with Telstra

When it comes to the motor industry, technology has always been at the forefront but it’s really upping the ante in recent years. …

13 October 2017 / By Dublin Globe