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From TheJournal.ie How Mystudypal is helping secondary school students make sense of their study plans Startup Scout

How Mystudypal is helping secondary school students make sense of their study plans

In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out promising companies that are emerging from Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie 'I've learned that falling in love with an idea that isn’t working can lead to a disaster' Tools Of The Trade

'I've learned that falling in love with an idea that isn’t working can lead to a disaster'

Tools of the Trade: Pestle and Mortar’s Sonia Deasy talks overnight success and thinking before you speak.

From TheJournal.ie Medtech reps warn the industry is facing a 'cliff edge' with incoming EU rules Health 2.0

Medtech reps warn the industry is facing a 'cliff edge' with incoming EU rules

Critics say bottlenecks in compliance checks could lead to a shortfall in medical devices.

From TheJournal.ie Food firm Strong Roots has raised over $18m to become a 'household brand' in the US and UK Startups And Tech

Food firm Strong Roots has raised over $18m to become a 'household brand' in the US and UK

The company recently rolled out its frozen vegetable products in 3,000 US stores.

From TheJournal.ie 'Out of our control': How cross-border companies are trying to prepare for a no-deal Brexit Feature

'Out of our control': How cross-border companies are trying to prepare for a no-deal Brexit

Some businesses close to the border have already changed their supply base in recent months.

From TheJournal.ie Meet the Fujitsu veteran taking the firm's Irish business deeper into the push for sustainability Interview

Meet the Fujitsu veteran taking the firm's Irish business deeper into the push for sustainability

Tony O’Malley discusses his time in the Defence Forces and leading a long-standing firm amid constant change.

From TheJournal.ie Fulfil's founding duo will launch co-branded products under their new Cali Cali label Evolution Of Food

Fulfil's founding duo will launch co-branded products under their new Cali Cali label

The pair are planning to roll out ranges with the likes of Kepak, Manor Farm and Strong Roots.

From TheJournal.ie Winning the war for talent: how firms get the jump on hiring students as early as possible Startups And Tech

Winning the war for talent: how firms get the jump on hiring students as early as possible

With the new college year dawning, companies will be watching closely for the skills coming on track.

From TheJournal.ie Retail reps have rubbished claims they're 'obliged' to clamp down on the misuse of e-scooters Retail And Services

Retail reps have rubbished claims they're 'obliged' to clamp down on the misuse of e-scooters

Transport Minister Shane Ross said stores must inform consumers of the vehicles’ legal status.

From TheJournal.ie Applaud wants to make gig bookings for musicians flow much easier Startup Scout

Applaud wants to make gig bookings for musicians flow much easier

In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out promising companies that are emerging from Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie 'Always remember that you're not always right - there are two sides to everything' Tools Of The Trade

'Always remember that you're not always right - there are two sides to everything'

Tim Casey of Innocent Drinks talks sustainability, communication and juice.

From TheJournal.ie Streaming giants are cornering the entertainment industry - what's in it for Ireland? Feature

Streaming giants are cornering the entertainment industry - what's in it for Ireland?

With Apple, Disney and HBO entering the game, there’s more opportunity and competition than ever.

From TheJournal.ie Retail reps have rubbished claims they're 'obliged' to clamp down on the misuse of e-scooters Retail And Services

Retail reps have rubbished claims they're 'obliged' to clamp down on the misuse of e-scooters

Transport Minister Shane Ross said stores must inform consumers of the vehicles’ legal status.

From TheJournal.ie Winning the war for talent: how firms get the jump on hiring students as early as possible Startups And Tech

Winning the war for talent: how firms get the jump on hiring students as early as possible

With the new college year dawning, companies will be watching closely for the skills coming on track.

From TheJournal.ie Inside Dogpatch Labs' offshoot for the next generation of tech talent 21st Century Workplace

Inside Dogpatch Labs' offshoot for the next generation of tech talent

The Patch accelerator has caught the eye of entrepreneurs like Bobby Healy and Iseult Ward.

From TheJournal.ie With Juul under the spotlight, meet the man taking its vaping products into the Irish market Interview

With Juul under the spotlight, meet the man taking its vaping products into the Irish market

Gareth Smyth talks vaping regulation, advertising and launching in Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie French sports retailer Decathlon's Irish expansion may have hit a stumbling block Retail And Services

French sports retailer Decathlon's Irish expansion may have hit a stumbling block

Liffey Valley Shopping Centre says a proposed Dublin store could breach a decades-old planning rule.

From TheJournal.ie Wi-Fi, touchscreens and tourism: Eir is planning a major revamp of its payphones Retail And Services

Wi-Fi, touchscreens and tourism: Eir is planning a major revamp of its payphones

The telecoms company is hoping the changes will bring a bump in users.

From TheJournal.ie InflightFlix wants to put better tourism videos on your screen mid-flight Startup Scout

InflightFlix wants to put better tourism videos on your screen mid-flight

In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out promising companies that are emerging from Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie 'We should be able to compete with London, Paris, New York - the fashion capitals of the world' Tools Of The Trade

'We should be able to compete with London, Paris, New York - the fashion capitals of the world'

Tools of the trade: Jewellery designer Chupi Sweetman talks ‘independence rings’ and Brexit.

From TheJournal.ie WhatsApp is growing its Irish team that engages with law enforcement Startups And Tech

WhatsApp is growing its Irish team that engages with law enforcement

Analysts are responsible for checking requests made by authorities like An Garda Síochána.

From TheJournal.ie 'Nailing your colours to the mast': Ireland still has just one B Corp, with others in the wings Policy And Economy

'Nailing your colours to the mast': Ireland still has just one B Corp, with others in the wings

Getting the sustainable seal of approval can be difficult and many Irish companies don’t know what it entails.

From TheJournal.ie 'We're a responsible retailer': Dealz responds to its run-ins with local planners Retail And Services

'We're a responsible retailer': Dealz responds to its run-ins with local planners

The discount retailer is planning to open at least 10 new stores in Ireland next year.

From TheJournal.ie Wi-Fi, touchscreens and tourism: Eir is planning a major revamp of its payphones Retail And Services

Wi-Fi, touchscreens and tourism: Eir is planning a major revamp of its payphones

The telecoms company is hoping the changes will bring a bump in users.

From TheJournal.ie After IBM's $34bn acquisition, meet the man at the helm of Red Hat's Irish business Interview

After IBM's $34bn acquisition, meet the man at the helm of Red Hat's Irish business

Keith Lynch discusses leading the Irish operations and doing business in Africa.

From TheJournal.ie Kildare Village is fighting for a flagship store to protect its multimillion-euro expansion plan Retail And Services

Kildare Village is fighting for a flagship store to protect its multimillion-euro expansion plan

The retail outlet says the omission of an anchor store could upend the project.

From TheJournal.ie Danish retailer JYSK has ramped up its Irish plans - but it's battling with lease time lags Fora Magazine

Danish retailer JYSK has ramped up its Irish plans - but it's battling with lease time lags

The furniture retail chain said it wants to grow to 40 stores, effectively more than doubling its plans.

From TheJournal.ie This Canadian medical cannabis firm is using Dublin as a base to take on the European market Health And Education

This Canadian medical cannabis firm is using Dublin as a base to take on the European market

Satipharm is developing oil and capsule products for sale in Europe.

From TheJournal.ie How Votechnik is helping recyclers dispose of LCD products faster and safer Startups And Tech

How Votechnik is helping recyclers dispose of LCD products faster and safer

In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out promising companies that are emerging from Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie 'When you're away from your laptop you tend to become more creative' Insights And Opinion

'When you're away from your laptop you tend to become more creative'

Tools of the trade: Richard Murphy of Zevo Health talks handling stress and Bob Dylan’s sage advice.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin hoteliers' sales took a hit during one of the summer's busiest months Tourism And Transport

Dublin hoteliers' sales took a hit during one of the summer's busiest months

Pundits say there is a silver lining on the horizon, though not everyone’s convinced yet.

From TheJournal.ie An Post is planning a promo blitz to give the main banks a run for their money Retail And Services

An Post is planning a promo blitz to give the main banks a run for their money

The postal service provider’s rebranded financial services unit forms part of a wider group rejig.

From TheJournal.ie This Canadian medical cannabis firm is using Dublin as a base to take on the European market Health And Education

This Canadian medical cannabis firm is using Dublin as a base to take on the European market

Satipharm is developing oil and capsule products for sale in Europe.

From TheJournal.ie Meet the man taking up the reins at the Curragh Racecourse Sports

Meet the man taking up the reins at the Curragh Racecourse

Pat Keogh wants Kildare locals to see the venue ‘as their racecourse’ as it emerges from a turbulent period

From TheJournal.ie With swelling competition, Deliveroo's new Irish boss is laying out an ambitious expansion strategy Startups And Tech

With swelling competition, Deliveroo's new Irish boss is laying out an ambitious expansion strategy

Michael Healy is also calling for a change to self-employment laws that affect the company’s riders.

From TheJournal.ie What went wrong with Norwegian Air's transatlantic dream? Tourism And Transport

What went wrong with Norwegian Air's transatlantic dream?

The scrappy Scandi carrier had a bumpy ride in Ireland before the Boeing 737 Max grounding.

From TheJournal.ie Hainan Airlines is axing its Dublin-Shenzhen service and shelving its Beijing route till 2020 Tourism And Transport

Hainan Airlines is axing its Dublin-Shenzhen service and shelving its Beijing route till 2020

Tourism Ireland said the decision is ‘very regrettable’ as it looks to promote Ireland in China.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin startup BidRecruit is taking the 'pain points' out of recruitment Startups And Tech

Dublin startup BidRecruit is taking the 'pain points' out of recruitment

In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out the latest promising companies emerging in Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie 'Work hard and be nice to people. I don't think it has to be more comprehensive than that' Insights And Opinion

'Work hard and be nice to people. I don't think it has to be more comprehensive than that'

Tools of the trade: Flying Tiger Copenhagen’s Irish boss on kindness and why llamas trump beetles.

From TheJournal.ie Movie studios are coining it from superheroes, but Ireland's comic stores aren't feeling the same love Retail And Services

Movie studios are coining it from superheroes, but Ireland's comic stores aren't feeling the same love

Ahead of Dublin Comic Con, comic book store owners talk about the business in Ireland.

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