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There is good coverage in the paper regarding the agreement at “phase 1
Fourteen percent of Irish SMEs rate their internet connection as “poor” or “very poor”. Stock image One in five Irish businesses that don't have an online presence say they are being kept offline by poor broadband. Fourteen percent of Irish SMEs rate their internet connection as "poor" or "very poor", rising to 25pc in Connacht and Ulster, according to the IE Domain Registry's bi-annual dot ie Digital Health Index. More than half of firms that don't have an online presence sa
Finding good people for your journey can be almost impossible. Stock image We live in wonderful times. A technology startup has never been easier to launch. The online tools have never been more powerful, and the knowledge has never been more accessible. You literally cannot watch or listen to all the great videos and podcasts given by successful entrepreneurs themselves. And yet it is also the most difficult time to do a technology startup. It is almost impossible to find go
After only five years with Teeling Whiskey, Jack Teeling, the founder and chief executive has already ‘got one over’ on his famous serial entrepreneur father, John Teeling, of Cooley Distillery fame. Son Jack won the top prize in the emerging category at the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards for 2017, an award John was nominated for but never won. Now, as Jack drives Teeling Whiskey on to international success, he is stepping out of the shadow of his dad, he tells Brian Purc