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From TheJournal.ie Labs have a lot of information to manage - PlanDomino thinks it has the answer Startups And Tech

Labs have a lot of information to manage - PlanDomino thinks it has the answer

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the Galway company.

From TheJournal.ie 'The mistakes I've made are when I follow my head, not my heart' Insight And Opinion

'The mistakes I've made are when I follow my head, not my heart'

The director and co-founder of Blackwater Distillery talks mandolins, Brexit and procrastination.

From TheJournal.ie After a £14 million funding round, fintech outfit Modulr is using Dublin as a European launchpad Startups And Tech

After a £14 million funding round, fintech outfit Modulr is using Dublin as a European launchpad

The company wants to bring ‘fast payments’ to Europe from Dublin.

From TheJournal.ie Sligo medtech company Arrotek Medical has been snapped up by US outfit Galt Health And Education

Sligo medtech company Arrotek Medical has been snapped up by US outfit Galt

The deal will help the Irish company to expand globally.

From TheJournal.ie HubSpot has hit a signage snag at its new Dublin docklands office Startups And Tech

HubSpot has hit a signage snag at its new Dublin docklands office

The US giant hopes to emblazon the 112,000 sq ft unit with four signs, including a ‘logo sculpture’.

From TheJournal.ie Specialty coffee culture is booming as the country catches on to a quality cup of joe Food And Drink

Specialty coffee culture is booming as the country catches on to a quality cup of joe

A new report cites the influx of tech workers as helping to drive up demand.

From TheJournal.ie Dairy brand Glenilen Farm thinks there's still 'a lot of ground to conquer' in Brexit Britain Food And Drink

Dairy brand Glenilen Farm thinks there's still 'a lot of ground to conquer' in Brexit Britain

The market currently accounts for quarter of the Cork firm’s annual sales.

From TheJournal.ie Europe's gym economy is thriving. Here's how Ireland is shaping up Health And Education

Europe's gym economy is thriving. Here's how Ireland is shaping up

The industry here is still largely made up of old-school leisure centres.

From TheJournal.ie Stampify wants to turn your loyalty to coffee shops into social good Startups And Tech

Stampify wants to turn your loyalty to coffee shops into social good

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the Dublin company.

From TheJournal.ie 'When you're working on a laptop and bees are swarming around you, it gets kind of difficult' Insight And Opinion

'When you're working on a laptop and bees are swarming around you, it gets kind of difficult'

The ApisProtect CEO talks bee paraphernalia, being a sci-fi nerd and time management.

From TheJournal.ie US data centre firm T5 is partnering with an Irish company to build a new Dublin facility Buildings And Property

US data centre firm T5 is partnering with an Irish company to build a new Dublin facility

The Georgia based company wants Dublin to be a base for expansion into Europe.

From TheJournal.ie Fulfil's founders are backing a new startup from the Irish Fairy Door Company's co-creators Startups And Tech

Fulfil's founders are backing a new startup from the Irish Fairy Door Company's co-creators

Aoife and Gavin Lawler have set up Innov8 Creative Academy to launch new children’s products.

From TheJournal.ie A tiny brewery thought to be BrewDog's is on ice amid concerns over 'emissions and odours' Buildings And Property

A tiny brewery thought to be BrewDog's is on ice amid concerns over 'emissions and odours'

City officials raised the concerns in a planning directive.

From TheJournal.ie Flexible office space outfit Knotel is opening in Dublin Startups And Tech

Flexible office space outfit Knotel is opening in Dublin

The WeWork rival is pushing further into the European market.

From TheJournal.ie How Fiid's founder is using baby-food tech to revive the vegan startup Food And Drink

How Fiid's founder is using baby-food tech to revive the vegan startup

Shane Ryan hit a low point when he lost all of his stockists. Here’s how he rebounded.

From TheJournal.ie Overstock is 'treading new ground' in attracting tech talent to Sligo Startups And Tech

Overstock is 'treading new ground' in attracting tech talent to Sligo

The US company is on a hiring spree that’s luring tech pros out of the capital.

From TheJournal.ie One4all is getting a digital transformation as it looks to new markets Retail And Services

One4all is getting a digital transformation as it looks to new markets

The decision to move the giftcard online came a year before its €100 million sale to Blackhawk Network.

From TheJournal.ie Aer Lingus is bringing in 'premium' fares - but what do the experts make of them? AerSpace

Aer Lingus is bringing in 'premium' fares - but what do the experts make of them?

The IAG-owned airline will launch AerSpace on a selection of routes in September.

From TheJournal.ie One4all is getting a digital transformation as it looks to new markets Retail And Services

One4all is getting a digital transformation as it looks to new markets

The decision to move the giftcard online came a year before its €100 million sale to Blackhawk Network.

From TheJournal.ie Anyexcuse wants to make it easier for bars and brands to manage their promotions Startups And Tech

Anyexcuse wants to make it easier for bars and brands to manage their promotions

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the Dublin company.

From TheJournal.ie 'The bigger you get, the more small problems turn into big ones' Insight And Opinion

'The bigger you get, the more small problems turn into big ones'

The CEO of Wisetek talks about data, lawn bowls and why recycling e-waste is the next big thing.

From TheJournal.ie Limerick's floating data centre is facing a delay on the back of appeals to planning permission Building And Property

Limerick's floating data centre is facing a delay on the back of appeals to planning permission

The project was granted planning permission in April.

From TheJournal.ie 'There's a market for it': Aviation pundits approve of Aer Lingus's move towards 'premium' fares Tourism And Transport

'There's a market for it': Aviation pundits approve of Aer Lingus's move towards 'premium' fares

The IAG-owned airline will launch AerSpace on a selection of routes in September.

From TheJournal.ie Why Woebot wants to create a better mental health app Startups And Tech

Why Woebot wants to create a better mental health app

The startup is building out a small engineering office in Dublin.

From TheJournal.ie 'I distill things to vintage values. If you can keep your grandmother happy, you're onto a winner' Food And Drink

'I distill things to vintage values. If you can keep your grandmother happy, you're onto a winner'

Coffeeangel founder Karl Purdy reflects on 15 years in business – and gazes into the crystal ball.

From TheJournal.ie 'I've never experienced so much stress in a workplace. I've never cried so much on the job' Startups And Tech

'I've never experienced so much stress in a workplace. I've never cried so much on the job'

Theranos whistleblower Erika Cheung hopes the startup’s downfall serves as a cautionary tale.

From TheJournal.ie Donegal is turning to virtual reality to bump its overseas visitor numbers Feel It

Donegal is turning to virtual reality to bump its overseas visitor numbers

The county is one of the west’s least visited.

From TheJournal.ie Deciphex wants to reduce pathologists' workload using artificial intelligence Startups And Tech

Deciphex wants to reduce pathologists' workload using artificial intelligence

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the medtech company.

From TheJournal.ie 'I think the biggest mistake is looking back and beating yourself up about it' Insight And Opinion

'I think the biggest mistake is looking back and beating yourself up about it'

The CEO of Offbeat Donuts talks trying not to dwell on the past and coming up with way to excite customers.

From TheJournal.ie Medical services giant Affidea is opening its fourth walk-in clinic in Kildare Health And Education

Medical services giant Affidea is opening its fourth walk-in clinic in Kildare

The new ExpressCare location in Naas forms part of an ongoing €25 million investment plan.

From TheJournal.ie Andrson gets ready for its app store debut after securing funding Startups And Tech

Andrson gets ready for its app store debut after securing funding

The music tech startup is expanding after raising €430,000 seed funding.

From TheJournal.ie Beauty company Lush is taking a 'long-term view' with the living wage - despite a profit dip Retail And Services

Beauty company Lush is taking a 'long-term view' with the living wage - despite a profit dip

The cosmetics company began paying the living wage to staff in 2017.

From TheJournal.ie Donegal is turning to virtual reality to bump its overseas visitor numbers Tourism And Transport

Donegal is turning to virtual reality to bump its overseas visitor numbers

The county is one of the west’s least visited.

From TheJournal.ie Britain's craft beer 'gold rush' has slowed to a drip. Here's how the Irish sector is shaping up Food And Drink

Britain's craft beer 'gold rush' has slowed to a drip. Here's how the Irish sector is shaping up

Industry pundits warn that more closures are on the way.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin startup Travacoin wants to use blockchain to simplify airlines' refund payouts Startups And Tech

Dublin startup Travacoin wants to use blockchain to simplify airlines' refund payouts

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the travel tech company.

From TheJournal.ie 'I love variety, I love anything new, but it can be a major pitfall if you don't manage it properly' Insight And Opinion

'I love variety, I love anything new, but it can be a major pitfall if you don't manage it properly'

The CEO of Fenero talks mental health and investing in female entrepreneurs.

From TheJournal.ie 'Rare' crop maker Beotanics wants to make a healthy sweetener as it puts €1m into its HQ Food And Drink

'Rare' crop maker Beotanics wants to make a healthy sweetener as it puts €1m into its HQ

The company is building a new research and development facility at its Kilkenny headquarters.

From TheJournal.ie Croatian smartphone maker Noa is taking its international expansion into Ireland Startups And Tech

Croatian smartphone maker Noa is taking its international expansion into Ireland

The manufacturer opened a new retail outlet in Swords this month.

From TheJournal.ie Fintech firms have wrestled with e-money applications. Officials say the system runs fine Startups And Tech

Fintech firms have wrestled with e-money applications. Officials say the system runs fine

The Central Bank said that it is satisfied with the ‘robustness of the process’.

From TheJournal.ie A cocktail bar focusing on Irish poitín is joining the mix in Dublin Food And Drink

A cocktail bar focusing on Irish poitín is joining the mix in Dublin

The founder of Bar 1661 said Irish people do like poitín but there has been no platform to experience it.

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