October 16, 2018  |  Your latest trade news

Poor broadband has 'massive knock-on effect' for rural retailers

News | Rural retailers outline extent to which poor broadband speeds affect their business

Former Minister of Communications, Climate Action and Environment Denis Naughten who resigned last week Following the recent resignation of Communications Minister Denis Naughten over controversy surrounding the bidding process for...

Best of Irish celebrated at Bord Bia National Organic Awards 2018

News | Irish Country Meats of Wexford wins Overall Award, five other brands honoured in varying categories

Glanbia acquires SlimFast for $350 million

News | Iconic health and weight-loss brand takeover subject to regulatory approval and conditions

M&S launches interactive seafood map

News | Interactive sourcing tool promotes sustainable fishing

Brexit deal "vital to keep Northern Ireland working"

News | 21 bodies from NI business community call for regional flexibility around migrant labour policies

Davy Group is first organisation join Cheerios Childline Breakfast 2018

People | Irish businesses encouraged to hold breakfast events in own offices and workplaces

Bank of Ireland holds "Investing for Business Growth" event

News | Nationwide events taking place to mark National Enterprise Week and promote investment

Bord Bia announces strategic appointments

People | Key roles set out in order to bolster Irish businesses against looming Brexit

Failte Ireland and Guinness Storehouse are "China Ready"

News | Chinese visitors to the Guinness Storehouse have risen from zero to 50,000+ in recent years

BWG Foodservice shortlisted for Irish Foodservice Quality Food Awards

News | Awards recognise and celebrate the best in retail, wholesale and foodservice

Celebrate National Porridge Week with Boyne Valley Honey

The historic town of Mell has been the home of Boyne Valley Honey sine 1960.

Roe & Coe distillery development continues

Three enormous pot stills have been delivered to the old Guinness power station on Dublin's James' Street.

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