Reddy Charlton, The Low Down, Sunday Business Post 23/12/2016
Big Data is rapidly becoming a multi-billion Euro industry. At its simplest, it refers to the aggregation of large amounts of data in such a way as to make it valuable to competitiveness or efficiency and businesses should take steps to ensure that they have it covered. Elaine McGrath examines what’s involved. This article appeared in The Low Down, The Business Post, 23 December 2016.
The Marie Keating Foundation and The Rediscovery Centre, The Dublin People, 13/06/2016.
The Marie Keating Foundation’s garden at Bloom 2016 ‘Out the Other Side: A Garden of Hope’ was inspired by survivor stories and designed to offer hope to people affected by breast cancer. One of the stand out features of the garden was a hammock created from donated bras and designed by The Rediscovery Centre and NCAD. Pictured (L-R) are three of the cancer survivors who shared their stories: Deirdre Morrissey, Yvonne Joye and Deirdre Featherstone. Bra hammock provides charity with lift at Bloom, Dublin People, 13 June 2016.
Each week, The Sunday Business Post profiles one of Ireland’s foremost corporate leaders, tracing their career to date and exploring the lessons they have learned along the way. This week, they meet Paul Keane, Reddy Charlton.
Godfrey Hogan Joins Reddy Charlton as Principal Consultant. Movers and Shakers, Sunday Business Post 29 May 2016.
Demystifying the Companies Bill, Elaine O’Regan, Sunday Business Post, November 2014. The Companies Bill 2012 is Company Law as we know it, but made easier. The Bill, which becomes effective in mid- 2015, makes far-reaching and fundamental changes to Irish company law. Paul Keane, Managing Partner, Reddy Charlton explains the key legislative changes and what business owners and directors need to know.
The Rediscovery Centre
Economic Thinking Comes Full Circle The Irish Times, Sylvia Thompson, 26 March 2016
The Rediscovery Centre
A look at the enterprise that re-designs pre-loved items, Carol O’Callaghan, The Irish Examiner, 22 August, 2015
Rediscover Furniture started out as an environmental project in 2006 and has since become about developing people and skills with the added bonus of producing unique furniture pieces that are aesthetically pleasing and made to last, all of which bolsters the Rediscovery Centre’s environmental goals by reducing the amount of unwanted furniture that ends up in landfill. Sarah Miller and Gerard Griffin in conversation with Carol O’Callaghan about the past, present and future of Rediscover Furniture.
Irish Flexible Packaging
Irish Flexible packaging to Pump €1M into Wicklow Plant Ahead of Milk Quota Move. Elaine O’ Regan, Sunday Business Post, 21 September 2014. Irish Flexible Packaging (IFP), a supplier of butter foil to the dairy sector, announced an investment of almost €1 Million to expand its Carnew-based production facility. This investment will create 12 skilled jobs at IFP’s Carnew plant over the next two years.