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From TheJournal.ie Ireland's a post-Brexit paradise for EU workers in the UK - but many are priced out of the move Workers' Paradise

Ireland's a post-Brexit paradise for EU workers in the UK - but many are priced out of the move

The cost of housing is too much for some, while taxes make high-earners think twice.

From TheJournal.ie Hot-desk giant WeWork has a spot in the new One Central Plaza but no plans outside Dublin yet Office Space

Hot-desk giant WeWork has a spot in the new One Central Plaza but no plans outside Dublin yet

The company has two offices open in the capital with three more in the pipeline.

From TheJournal.ie Even though it won't bring 'big profits', the Shed Distillery is cracking on with a visitor centre Leitrim

Even though it won't bring 'big profits', the Shed Distillery is cracking on with a visitor centre

The attraction is expected to be up and running in early 2020 – at nearly double the cost than first expected.

From TheJournal.ie 'I always take on too much, and that's a big mistake. You can let people down' Startups And Tech

'I always take on too much, and that's a big mistake. You can let people down'

Arkphire’s Paschal Naylor talks business plans, Bill Gates and starting a tech firm during the recession.

From TheJournal.ie 'We thought it'd blow up into a billion-dollar app overnight. Sometimes you get carried away' Insights And Opinion

'We thought it'd blow up into a billion-dollar app overnight. Sometimes you get carried away'

Parkpnp’s Garrett Flower talks about how he refocused his business and hiring the best people for the job.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland's a post-Brexit paradise for EU staff in the UK - but many are priced out of the move Work

Ireland's a post-Brexit paradise for EU staff in the UK - but many are priced out of the move

The cost of housing is too much for some, while taxes make high-earners think twice.

From TheJournal.ie WeWork won't turn to other Irish cities until it has conquered Dublin Startups And Tech

WeWork won't turn to other Irish cities until it has conquered Dublin

The company has two offices open in the capital with three more in the pipeline.

From TheJournal.ie Award-winning Cork startup Thalman Health is headed for liquidation Startups And Tech

Award-winning Cork startup Thalman Health is headed for liquidation

The three-year-old company was led by former Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur winner James Foody.

From TheJournal.ie Even though it won't bring 'big profits', the Shed Distillery is cracking on with a visitor centre Food And Drink

Even though it won't bring 'big profits', the Shed Distillery is cracking on with a visitor centre

Pat Rigney says the attraction will be up and running in early 2020 – at nearly double the cost.

From TheJournal.ie Zara's owner is shuttering an Irish operation used to handle over €1 billion in global online sales Retail And Services

Zara's owner is shuttering an Irish operation used to handle over €1 billion in global online sales

The move comes as Inditex plans a huge expansion of its digital retail presence.

From TheJournal.ie Inside Dublin Airport's 'secret third terminal' - the one where selfies are banned Retail And Services

Inside Dublin Airport's 'secret third terminal' - the one where selfies are banned

DAA is targeting deep-pocketed executives and honeymooners with its ‘platinum services’ facility.

From TheJournal.ie Heineken warned that new alcohol laws will make Ireland ‘less attractive’ for foreign investment Food And Drink

Heineken warned that new alcohol laws will make Ireland ‘less attractive’ for foreign investment

The beer giant lobbied the Health Minister before the controversial bill was passed.

From TheJournal.ie 'You're either premium or you're not': Why Wicklow Wolf won't compete with the beer giants Food And Drink

'You're either premium or you're not': Why Wicklow Wolf won't compete with the beer giants

The brewer could increase output tenfold with a new €4 million facility, due to open next year.

From TheJournal.ie Crowley Carbon is building a developer team in Sofia because Dublin talent is too costly Startups And Tech

Crowley Carbon is building a developer team in Sofia because Dublin talent is too costly

The Bulgarian capital is providing the energy tech firm a more cost-effective way to scale.

From TheJournal.ie 'I always take on too much, and that's a big mistake. You can let people down' Startups And Tech

'I always take on too much, and that's a big mistake. You can let people down'

Arkphire’s Paschal Naylor talks business plans, Bill Gates and starting a tech firm during the recession.

From TheJournal.ie 'Selling my dad's practice was tough. It had put food on the table and clothes on our back' Insights And Opinion

'Selling my dad's practice was tough. It had put food on the table and clothes on our back'

Told there was no job for him in the family practice, vet Charles Cosgrave decided to reinvent his father’s firm.

From TheJournal.ie 'You're either premium or you're not': Why Wicklow Wolf won't compete with the beer giants Food And Drink

'You're either premium or you're not': Why Wicklow Wolf won't compete with the beer giants

The brewer could increase output tenfold with a new €4 million facility, due to open next year.

From TheJournal.ie Crowley Carbon is building a developer team in Sofia because Dublin talent is too costly Startups And Tech

Crowley Carbon is building a developer team in Sofia because Dublin talent is too costly

The Bulgarian capital is providing the energy tech firm a more cost-effective way to scale.

From TheJournal.ie Pat Phelan says his new cosmetic clinic chain could be a 'half-billion-dollar business' Retail And Services

Pat Phelan says his new cosmetic clinic chain could be a 'half-billion-dollar business'

The Cork entrepreneur is planning five new Sisu branches across Ireland and the UK.

From TheJournal.ie Ikea has gone cold on opening another Irish store - because it's focused online instead Retail And Services

Ikea has gone cold on opening another Irish store - because it's focused online instead

The Swedish flat-pack furniture giant had been looking at opening in south Dublin or Cork.

From TheJournal.ie Heineken warned that new alcohol laws will make Ireland ‘less attractive’ for foreign investment Food And Drink

Heineken warned that new alcohol laws will make Ireland ‘less attractive’ for foreign investment

The beer giant lobbied the Health Minister before the controversial bill was passed.

From TheJournal.ie Penneys' owner will keep shunning online shopping so it can drive social media 'mania' Retail And Services

Penneys' owner will keep shunning online shopping so it can drive social media 'mania'

Associated British Foods is planning to introduce more partnerships with so-called ‘influencers’.

From TheJournal.ie The duo behind Dublin's newest tourist attraction say its near-end was like 'sudden death' Vaults Live

The duo behind Dublin's newest tourist attraction say its near-end was like 'sudden death'

Four years since the idea was floated, the Vaults Live is open after being spared from examinership.

From TheJournal.ie Fewer visitors toured Ireland by bus last year - and not everyone's blaming it on Brexit Off The Coach

Fewer visitors toured Ireland by bus last year - and not everyone's blaming it on Brexit

Industry figures say poor parking facilities are also hindering the sector.

From TheJournal.ie Four Star Pizza is eyeing a move into Britain as it hits saturation point in Ireland Takeaway

Four Star Pizza is eyeing a move into Britain as it hits saturation point in Ireland

The pizza chain’s director says it is already “at capacity” in many areas of the local market.

From TheJournal.ie ‘Anybody in their right mind would have been concerned - we were learning on the job’ Food And Drink

‘Anybody in their right mind would have been concerned - we were learning on the job’

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Codd Mushrooms.

From TheJournal.ie 'I was flying to London weekly to meet clients - it wasn't your typical final year in college' Insights And Opinion

'I was flying to London weekly to meet clients - it wasn't your typical final year in college'

During her final year in UL, Eimear McManus’s work placement ended up being much more.

From TheJournal.ie After opting for fewer but bigger stores, Life Style Sports has managed to stay in the black Retail And Services

After opting for fewer but bigger stores, Life Style Sports has managed to stay in the black

The company restructured its retail portfolio in 2017 and made a €4.1m profit.

From TheJournal.ie Fewer visitors toured Ireland by bus last year - and not everyone's blaming it on Brexit Tourism And Transport

Fewer visitors toured Ireland by bus last year - and not everyone's blaming it on Brexit

Industry figures say poor parking facilities are also hindering the sector.

From TheJournal.ie Mark Little's new venture Kinzen promises the news app that isn't 'creepy' Startups And Tech

Mark Little's new venture Kinzen promises the news app that isn't 'creepy'

The startup is trying to reboot how people consume media.

From TheJournal.ie Four Star Pizza is eyeing a move into Britain as it hits saturation point in Ireland Food And Drink

Four Star Pizza is eyeing a move into Britain as it hits saturation point in Ireland

The pizza chain’s director says it is already ‘at capacity’ in many areas of the local market.

From TheJournal.ie The duo behind Dublin's newest tourist attraction say its near-end was like 'sudden death' Tourism And Transport

The duo behind Dublin's newest tourist attraction say its near-end was like 'sudden death'

Four years since the idea was floated, the Vaults Live is open after being spared from examinership.

From TheJournal.ie 'An inability to answer very basic questions': How an Irish 'virtual hospital' project fell flat Health And Education

'An inability to answer very basic questions': How an Irish 'virtual hospital' project fell flat

Consultants for US firm Mercy Virtual said meetings with health officials were cancelled at short notice.

From TheJournal.ie Plans for a €20m digital hub at Dún Laoghaire have been axed - but no one can agree why Startups And Tech

Plans for a €20m digital hub at Dún Laoghaire have been axed - but no one can agree why

The Harbour Innovation Campus developer is at odds with the local council over permission for the office.

From TheJournal.ie For the first time in seven years, fewer French tourists are planning a trip to Ireland Tourism And Transport

For the first time in seven years, fewer French tourists are planning a trip to Ireland

Local tourism officials want to beef up their PR and media presence in the country.

From TheJournal.ie 'As two lads out of college, getting premises was tough. The day we got keys, I was scared sh*tless' Insights And Opinion

'As two lads out of college, getting premises was tough. The day we got keys, I was scared sh*tless'

Micheal Dyer has been cheffing since his teens but left the career to set up a business with a college friend.

From TheJournal.ie 'They called me a "five-to-niner". I don't believe in work-life balance' Insights And Opinion

'They called me a "five-to-niner". I don't believe in work-life balance'

Ex-Dragons’ Den star and Harmonia CEO Norah Casey also talks about the rip-off ‘pink tax’.

From TheJournal.ie Brown Bag Films wants 'less restrictive' foreign worker rules as it struggles to find EU staff Work

Brown Bag Films wants 'less restrictive' foreign worker rules as it struggles to find EU staff

The Irish animation studio joined other employers in calling for an overhaul of existing permits.

From TheJournal.ie For the first time in seven years, fewer French tourists are planning a trip to Ireland Tourism And Transport

For the first time in seven years, fewer French tourists are planning a trip to Ireland

Local tourism officials want to beef up their PR and media presence in the country.

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