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Logicalis Ireland plans to double revenues after achieving Cisco Global Gold Certification

Logicalis Ireland plans to double revenues after achieving Cisco Global Gold Certification

Logicalis Ireland has become one of a select handful of international organisations to achieve the Cisco Global Gold Certification. It is one of six Cisco partners in the world to be awarded this level of certification, which acknowledges approach to solutions, services and support. According to the IT solutions and managed services provider, the distinction will enable the firm to […]

Clothing brand Gym + Coffee to open two more stores here after hitting ambitious revenue target

Clothing brand Gym + Coffee to open two more stores here after hitting ambitious revenue target

Athleisure clothing brand Gym + Coffee are planning to open two additional stores in Ireland this year after achieving a revenue target of year-on-year quadruple growth. Created by three Irish lads – Niall Horgan, Diarmuid McSweeney and Karl Swaine – who were looking to encapsulate and promote the lifestyle they‘d enjoyed from international travels, the firm has enjoyed dramatic growth […]

Bank of Ireland customers‘ debit cards restricted over fraud fears

Bank of Ireland customers‘ debit cards restricted over fraud fears

Bank of Ireland have placed restrictions on the debit cards of a number of their customers amid fraud fears. The bank has said that there is currently “heightened precautionary activity due to the increase in third party data breaches, for example Ticketmaster and Marriott Hotel Group data breaches”. Online and less functionality has been removed from an undisclosed amount of […]

Plans for Garda fraud unit funded by insurance firms ‘won‘t be happening‘

Plans for Garda fraud unit funded by insurance firms ‘won‘t be happening‘

Plans for insurers to fund a new Garda unit to tackle fraud claims have been knocked on the head by the Garda Commissioner and the minister responsible for insurance reform. Minister of State Michael D‘Arcy said that funding of a Garda insurance fraud unit by the insurance industry “won‘t be happening”. He said he met Garda Commissioner Drew Harris to […]

Brexit bonus: Fears drive sales of tickets for a GAA club draw to win a house

Brexit bonus: Fears drive sales of tickets for a GAA club draw to win a house

Brexit fears among Irish people in Britain are driving ticket sales for a GAA club draw which has a house in Co Donegal as top prize. St Eunan‘s GAA club in Letterkenny has held a number of successful house draws. Now officials at the club say there has been a surge in the number of tickets being bought online in […]

New toothbrush which can clean teeth in 10 seconds is about to be released

New toothbrush which can clean teeth in 10 seconds is about to be released

The humble toothbrush hasn‘t changed drastically since the Chinese invented it in 619. But now one French company is attempting to redesign the product with a gadget that it claims can clean teeth in just 10 seconds. FasTeesH‘s £100 (€110) Y-Brush, which will be available in April, was showcased this week at the Consumer Technology Show being held in Las […]

Families face property tax hikes of up to €500 after house price surge

Families face property tax hikes of up to €500 after house price surge

Thousands of homeowners face a massive hike in their property tax bills unless sweeping changes to the unpopular levy are made. Some families could be hit with annual hikes of almost €500 because property prices have soared since the tax – based on the market value of the home – was introduced in 2013. Back then, the ‘average‘ cost of […]