The Business

The Business

Saturday 10 - 11am

The Business Saturday 18 February 2017

The Business

The Business

A weekly look at the world of business and personal finance with Richard Curran

Profile: Amanda Pratt

Profile: Amanda Pratt

Amanda Pratt established herself as the Creative Director of her family's well-known weaving, retail and food business, Avoca. Amanda left her Creative Director role in the company two years ago and now she's working on an exciting new project which looks set to revitalise the fortunes of one of Scotland's most venerable stately homes.

Working from Home

Working from Home

According a UN study published this week, working from home can lead to increased stress levels, unpaid overtime, and even insomnia. Paul Mooney, Managing Partner at Tandem Consulting weighed up the advantages and disadvantages of working from home.

Girl Crew

Girl Crew

Girl Crew co-founders Elva Carri, Aine Mulloy and Pamela Newenham joined Richard in studio to talk about how one shout-out on social media for people to head out disco dancing turned into a networking platform with tens of thousands of users, and plans to scale-up globally.

Children's entertainers

Children's entertainers

Children's entertainers are the brave souls who dare to stand in front of some of the harshest critics - kids! We sent our own child at heart - Liam Geraghty - to talk to the people at the front line of the birthday party circuit.

Around the World - Siobhán O'Connell

Around the World - Siobhán O'Connell

Siobhán O'Connell of Business Plus Magazine and BizPlus.ie joined Richard for their monthly look at some of the international stories that might have escaped your attention.

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