The San Francisco Bay Area is preparing for SaaStr 2022, a conference which attracts 50,000 SaaS executives, founders and VCs from around the world. The three-day conference delivers substantive insights for any company seeking to scale rapidly by setting up an overseas office.
In advance of IDA's attendance at this global conference, Ivan Houlihan, Head of West Coast US at IDA Ireland sat down with five IDA experts who work closely with SaaS clients that have expanded to Ireland from the US.
Smart buildings don't just create more comfortable, safe and productive environments, they also save money. Innovation Ireland Review talks to Joe Walsh at Siemens to find out why intelligent buildings are a smart idea.
Study by scientists at RCSI and Amber working in partnership with Integra Lifesciences has focused on improving nerve repair treatments to relieve the current reliance on grafted nerves. Researchers in Ireland have now announced a nerve repair treatment designed to mimic the body's own healing process. Jennifer McShane speaks to Professor of Bioengineering and Regenerative Medicine, Fergal O’Brien about the breakthrough.
Jessica Benson shares three positive trends that are helping Ireland deliver on sustainability goals – strategies organisations should consider taking on board.
With advanced manufacturing accounting for 36.7% of GDP in Ireland, and employing 231,000 direct employees, technology is driving manufacturing breakthroughs across all manufacturing sectors. Jennifer McShane speaks to Domhnall Carroll, Site Director at the National Advanced Manufacturing Centre about why Ireland is the best place to attract the STEM talent needed to keep up with this advancing industry.
Ireland may be the land of saints and scholars, but did you know it's also served as home to a growing list of women who've made their mark on a global scale? Meg Walker highlights just a few inspiring Irish women of the past two centuries so you can share their stories with the next generation.
The west of Ireland is proving to be the ideal location to test pioneering technologies that will make human drivers and autonomous vehicles safer and more reliable in the years ahead - and latest developments show that partnerships are key to staying ahead of the game in this space globally.
A new subsea telecoms cable connecting Ireland with Iceland will land at Galway this year. Ballyloughane Strand will serve as the landing site for this high capacity fibre optic telecoms cable which will serve as a "digital bridge" between Ireland and Iceland.