Brian McGovern has been building businesses since college. Now, he has co-founded The Baby Academy to plug the gap in antenatal and postnatal health education globally. With one million registered users, he talks to Rosanna Cooney about the mercy of failing fast and his philosophy of ambitious frugality.
In episode three of Energy Matters, we look at what the future of transport in Ireland might look like and what needs to be done to get us there.
Ian Kehoe is joined by Derek Reilly of Nevo.ie, Ireland's only dedicated EV website, and David O’Reilly of Zeus Scooters, who are active in over 50 cities but are currently unable to operate in Ireland.
This series is sponsored by Pinergy
Food is an essential and integral part of our existence and our culture, but what if you could see inside your own body in real-time, to know what impact that food is having on you? In this podcast, Rurik Bradbury, chief executive of Limbo, speaks to Rosanna Cooney about glucose monitoring and how it changed his perspective on food entirely.
Evelyn Kelly, the founder of Orphan Drug Consulting, works in an industry fraught with difficult decisions. In this podcast, she talks to Rosanna Cooney about her company's role in bringing medicines to market as quickly as possible, the growth in the orphan drug market, and the challenges of equitable access to medication.
In this episode of Experience, the Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny talks to Dion Fanning about his single-mindedness, why trophies have never been how he judges success, and dealing with criticism.
In episode two of Energy Matters, we examine how individuals and businesses can be more efficient in their energy use. Ian Kehoe is joined by Muireann Lynch, Senior Research Officer at ESRI, and Madeleine Murray, CEO of Change By Degrees to look at ways we can reduce our energy usage and bills, and the shifts we need to make to our habits. This series is sponsored by Pinergy.
The restaurant and hospitality sectors are in the eye of a storm, with a slew of insolvencies and closures expected in the next twelve months. Damien Grey, the two-star Michelin chef, and owner of Liath, talks to Rosanna Cooney about the misguided perception of a restaurant as anything other than a profit-seeking business, his obsession with daily accounts and when to let go and walk away with integrity.
By his own admission, Aidan Connolly is an unusual leader. Over the past 30 years, he has worked across major corporations, greenfield start-ups, high-growth environments, and turnaround missions all over the world. He has invested in, or worked with, more than a dozen start-ups, and has evaluated the pitch decks of hundreds more. In this podcast with Ian Kehoe, he talks about the nine key lessons he has learned from start-up success over his lengthy and varied career – and what it means for all of us.
In this week's episode of Experience, Mary Coughlan talks to Dion Fanning about how her life began when she stopped drinking, how she has adapted to success over the years and why she still sometimes bears a grudge.