Save money on fuel bills with a Bank of Ireland Green home improvement loan which can help make your home more energy-efficient.
The dance of romance
For ten years, Sara helped organise hundreds of wedding receptions. But when it came to her own wedding she and fiance Eoin wanted something different.
Mobile mortgage managers
When first-time buyers, Joe and Edel, were looking for a mortgage their local Bank of Ireland Mobile Mortgage Manager Ann Kindregan helped make the process a little easier by coming to meet them at their home on the weekend.
Saving for home improvements
GoalSaver winner Valerie Bergin-Carter and Niall Carter moved into their home with just the bare essentials hoping to finish decorating and furnish all the rooms later. But life didn’t go exactly to plan.
Meet the 11-year-old entrepreneurs
5 MIN READ Bringing business to the classroom with BizWorld Fiona McKeon (CEO, BizWorld Ireland): We’re a not-for-profit working in Ireland to bring ideation, creativity and entrepreneurship to primary…
7 steps to total business fitness
Dave Mulqueen, from Marino, and James Swan, originally from Santry, opened 'The Edge' personal fitness studio in Clontarf, Dublin 3, in 2009. They now employ seven staff, have launched their own range of health supplements and opened their restaurant, 'Fuel' in 2015.
Girls in Tech: ‘It started when we bought our first PC’
Girls in Tech is now in over 60 cities, worldwide, and has over 50,000 members with a wide range of programs to educate, empower, and engage women in STEM.
The couple who got a mortgage in 11 days
We all know that getting a mortgage means paperwork. Banks have duty to make sure that prospective homebuyers can reasonably afford the repayments and that can take a bit of time. But, occasionally, we come across homebuyers like Leonie and Esme.
The strength of the (work)bench
5 MIN READ Come in, sit down, launch a business… In 2015, we started inviting entrepreneurs to come into our branches, take a seat, and get to work on their…
Every stitch tells a story
6 MIN READ Junk Kouture is an annual competition that challenges young students to take waste materials (the ‘Junk’) and use them to create high fashion outfits (the ‘Kouture’). The results are spectacular. Eye-catching outfits that wouldn’t…