Dublin

Businesses are increasingly recognising the economic potential of transitioning to more sustainable business models, an opportunity estimated to be worth $12 trillion to the global economy by 2030 Businesses of all sizes across a range of sectors are embracing sustainability and developing ambitious strategies to help...

Entrepreneurship and the creation of start-ups are increasingly important and recognised drivers of economic growth, employment and innovation globally and indeed in Ireland. As almost one in five people aspire to start a business in Ireland and as entrepreneurial activity continues to develop(1), the importance...

South Dublin partnership to deliver Sustainable Business Programme, awarded the ‘Local Authority Collaboration’ Award at the National Chamber of Ireland Awards 2019.  In 2011, South Dublin Chamber and South Dublin County Council came together as partners to form the Business Sustainability Programme. This partnership sought to...

Like many influences on the state today, concepts that emerge in North America and spread to the United Kingdom, often find a home on these shores. Sports economics is no different. The study of the economics of sport is very much in its infancy in Ireland...

Are Dubliners becoming more a society of diners than drinkers? Results from the latest “Your Dublin Your Voice” suggests that we may be.   The survey, conducted on the run up to Christmas, confirms the City’s love of socialising with both restaurants (92%) and pubs (91%)...