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Consumer goods giant Unilever wants Irish startups to help solve its problems

Consumer goods giant  Unilever has signed a partnership with Dublin co-working space Dogpatch Labs to get access to its conveyor belt of startups. The …

14 July 2017 / By Fora.ie

NDRC reports significant increase in investments for 2016

NDRC has reported an almost 25% increase in the number of digital startups it has backed and supported 2016, with a 22% increase …

12 July 2017 / By Amanda Connolly

Working remote? Here’s 10 of the best spots in Dublin for working on the go

Whether you’re freelancing, in town for business or just looking to escape the office for a little while, there are plenty of places …

09 July 2017 / By Amanda Connolly

Your Worklife Is Changing, So What Will You Do About It?

Chances are pretty high that in the next 20 years or so, you won’t have a permanent full-time job. That’s not some prophesy …

07 July 2017 / By Kevin Kline

Dublin’s newest startup hub wants to be a solution to rising office rents

Dublin’s Business Innovation Centre (BIC) recently launched its very own startup hub in the city to help battle the rising costs for early …

04 July 2017 / By Amanda Connolly

Google partners with Camara Education to transform education using technology for students in Ireland and Kenya

Irish NGO Camara Education has announced an exciting new partnership with Google’s philanthropic arm, Google.org. The aim of the partnership is to transform …

30 June 2017 / By Dublin Globe

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

Entrepreneurs make rookie mistakes all the time when they’re pitching. I should know – I’ve worked with a few thousand of them. Usually …

28 June 2017 / By Fora.ie

Paddy Cosgrave: ‘Maybe one day we can make this a 20,000-person event in Dublin’

The future of retail will be the main focus of fintech event Moneyconf when it comes to Dublin next year. Paddy Cosgrave – …

26 June 2017 / By Fora.ie

The Digital Hub calls for recognition of out-of-school STEM learning programmes

The Digital Hub, Ireland’s largest cluster of digital media, technology and Internet businesses, supports the actions recommended in the ‘STEM Education in the …

24 June 2017 / By Dublin Globe

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

Young med-tech firm Valitacell has secured just over €2 million from an EU-backed scientific research fund to help it turn its technology into …

19 June 2017 / By Fora.ie