Simon Coveney TD, Minister for Foreign Affairs & Trade, Alastair Blair, Country Managing Director, Accenture Ireland and Adam Kelly, Managing Director, Financial Services, Accenture Ireland, at a business breakfast hosted by Accenture Ireland, which examined how various industries are beginning to address the challenges and opportunities Brexit poses. Almost half (45pc) of Irish small and medium-sized firms believe Brexit will have no impact on their business, according to a
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€160m a year in state money is provided to homeless charities, with nine hundred employees on the payroll of the four largest charities alone. There are over 75 state-funded organisations and service providers in the housing and homeless sector and Conor Skehan, the departing chairman of the government-backed Housing Agency, suggests that there appears to be excessive duplication in the sector. The Business Post has learned that the government is set to
I'm writing a weekly series of articles on my new startup - it's an exercise in radical openness. I got this idea for radical openness from a Canadian guy called Shane Parrish, who writes at farnamstreetblog.com. In particular, the idea that you should maintain a 'decision journal' - write down your decisions and your reasoning before you know the consequences. That way you can't cheat. I decided to do this in public: that way I'm forced to follow the rules. The outcome is th
There has been less column inches given to Budget speculation in recent weeks compared to previous run-ins, perhaps thanks to the Ryanair debacle.
There is plenty of speculation this week regarding what is in store for us on Tuesday. The government is expecting an extra €1bn of fiscal space from new revenue initiatives and general growth.
A summary of the expectations in the Sunday Business Post for this week’s Budget:
- Increase of band of lower tax by c.
Metsitaba founder Richard Rodger says many startup founders’ accounts of their success suffer from ‘survivorship bias’ I’m going to write about building my startup. I’m going to write about it every week, in real time. If you are thinking of doing a startup, or are in the process of building one, I want to share my decisions and their consequences, as they happen. Startups decisions are not easy because you don’t know what you’re doing. Hire a new software developer or use an