Destination Five Continents for TERMINALFOUR

With an enviable global customer base, a drawer full of industry awards and a R&D function that continues to produce ground breaking solutions for the management of complex content online, TERMINALFOUR is up there with Ireland’s most successful IT companies of the last decade. Read more


Smart Energy Management to Power Endeco Technologies in 2012

With energy costs continuing to increase and pressure on businesses everywhere to manage competitiveness, energy management company Endeco Technologies is an Irish company with global potential. Read more


Betapond’s Ability to Think Ahead gives it Facebook Stamp of Approval

The constantly evolving space that is online marketing can be a difficult world to keep up with especially for big brands and marketing agencies who are seeking to leverage social media to engage with their consumers and to enable them contribute to and share branded material. Read more


DBIC Assisted Start Up, MicksGarage, Hits Top Gear

In 2006, following two years of trading, online retailer MicksGarage.ie found itself with significant expansion possibilities selling car parts and accessories direct to the consumer. The case was strong for a strategy of continued growth in Ireland and expansion into the UK, however, funding capital was needed to execute the plan. Read more


Benetel Continues to Grow Global Reputation for Wireless Innovation from its Guinness Enterprise Centre HQ

Benetel, specialists in wireless design and testing, and provider of IT products and services globally, has traded successfully from the Guinness Enterprise Centre (GEC) since 2001, and during that time has established a strong reputation in Europe, China and the USA. Read more


Point of Care Extends Reach from Strong Base

Dublin Business Innovation Centre (Dublin BIC) first met with Jim Joyce, the founder of private healthcare company Point of Care, at the Fresh Start Expo in September 2006. At this time, Jim was finalising his plans to establish a network of community based, hi tech healthcare clinics around Ireland which he would develop under the Point of Care brand. Point of Care would ultimately allow access to nursing and infusion services for 85 per cent of the population within a one-hour drive. Read more