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  • The Blog Check it out Open Account Log in Oops We re the straight talking savings bank so we ll get straight to the point you have experienced an error The page you are trying to access is temporarily unavailable or may no longer exist Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience You can select one of the following links or you might like to try again soon Open Account

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  • to Work Iain Cameron MD of Bike to Work on the importance of moving things online Iain Cameron fell in love with his first BMX in 1981 He was seven years old In less than ten years he was racing mountain bikes competitively and had a summer job repairing them Then he went to college to study engineering and spent another decade working for pharmaceutical giants But he always had an itch He wanted to start his own business and he never stopped loving bikes In 2008 he decided to go for it when he realised there was a business in taking the hassle out of the bike to work scheme for bike shops and employers Early on his swamped office bins told him the paper based application system had to change So he developed a unique software that made the whole thing more efficient and quickly raced ahead of the competition The big tech companies loved it as did Irish firms Soon everyone was using it and his little idea had become a big one He could administer the bike to work scheme for one person or more than 1 000 Bike to Work now has 4 000 corporate clients and works with 350 bike shops in Ireland Iain realised the potential in diversifying his business In July 2012 he expanded his business into handling employee bus and train cards As a result he now buys more train tickets than anyone else in the country His new plan is to offer gym subscriptions to businesses Iain started all about the bike but now his business is much more Iain hopes to find more time to go cycling now his business has taken off Recently he found one of his old mountain bikes from 30 years ago and has begun

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  • fees FAQs The Blog Check it out Open Account Log in Home Business Deposits Smart Moves ISM Karl Walsh Managing Director of ISM talks smart business moves The Irish School of Motoring story began with John Walsh He was one of 11 children from a farming family in Dungarvan Co Waterford who emigrated at 16 to London He got a job as a driving instructor there which gave him the idea to set up Ireland s first driving school On the way home on the ferry in 1961 John sketched its distinctive logo a map of Ireland holding a steering wheel He gave his first lessons from a caravan near Dublin Airport before opening an office on Lower Dorset Street in the North city centre With the help of his brother Pat John built up a network of 16 offices mainly in the Greater Dublin area The business was growing fast but then it almost came unstuck When the oil crisis hit in 1974 ISM faced a tricky situation By buying a petrol station founder John kept his team on the road and the company revved forward to success In 1990 John s son Karl joined the business aged 20 Karl could see how much time his Dad spent trying to manage bookings cars and instructors as well as its network of offices When he took over in 2000 he set about looking for efficiencies The school closed its shops and moved online It now has 160 instructors working with it nationwide using its own online booking system There is more to it now than just teaching people to drive cars ISM has recently opened two new divisions a nationwide Training Company and a Recruitment Company The idea is that they ll get jobs for people who have trained through

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  • At retirement How to apply PRSA fees FAQs The Blog Check it out Open Account Log in Home Business Deposits Smart Moves The Sweater Shop Dom Byrne of Sweater Shop explains the power of a word When Dom Byrne named The Sweater Shop in 1986 nobody in Ireland used the word sweater But after years selling Irish garments around the US Dom quickly realised that in addition to a thriving domestic demand for his line of sweaters there was also significant potential in attracting business from a large American tourists market in Ireland Dom opened his first store on Wicklow Street and what began as a venture targeting American tourists quickly took off as consumers of all nationalities flocked to the store Dom strived to deliver the service and product range he d seen in America with his own Irish flavour The Irish Aran sweater was his best seller Customers particularly tourists loved to hear the stories behind each knit Dom never tires of telling his customers of how diamond knits stood for wealth and aspiration while cables meant strength Over time Dom has expanded his range and he now sells more to domestic than overseas customers depending on the season From the start Dom says the secret was to sell quality natural fibres at the right price Soon just beside The Sweater Shop opposite Trinity College Dublin he opened up a second shop called Trinity Woolen Mills From there more stores followed in Kilkenny and Galway Dom is excited about his daughter Laura and daughter in law Kate joining the business They are bringing it online via SweaterShop com and hope to take the brand global Dom never tires of selling but he is happy to see a second generation coming into the business Need help Why not give

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  • Business Term Deposit Who can apply Transferring Money James Ives Chief Executive of OpenHydro outlines his smart business moves James Ives grew up having an interest in engineering and the ocean As a keen sailor he knew how powerful the sea was but his technical training meant he also knew that tapping into that energy was a great challenge James twin passions made him an ideal candidate to become both the first employee and chief executive of tidal energy business OpenHydro Founded by Brendan Gilmore the company acquired new technology in America that could help it tap into tidal energy Both Brendan and James knew however that knowing in theory how to do it was one thing doing it in the wilds of the ocean was another In 2008 OpenHydro became the first company to connect tidal energy into the UK grid from a site on the Orkney Islands Its biggest challenge however was not the construction of their subsea tidal turbines alone but figuring out how to ensure their equipment could survive the harsh conditions and be easily maintained Competitors were using highly expensive equipment developed for the oil and gas industry Ives and OpenHydro knew there had to be an easier and less costly way to do things It created its own fleet of bespoke barges to carry its turbines out to sea And it developed a unique base to keep them upright and in place This meant that it could now install a tidal turbine in a fraction of the time Its ideas have caught on and OpenHydro was the first to install tidal turbines in Canada Scotland and France It is looking at lots of other places too including off the coast of Antrim Over the next ten years James believes OpenHydro will become a global

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  • The Blog Check it out Open Account Log in Oops We re the straight talking savings bank so we ll get straight to the point you have experienced an error The page you are trying to access is temporarily unavailable or may no longer exist Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience You can select one of the following links or you might like to try again soon Open Account

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  • RaboDirect - SEPA benefits
    s invested At retirement How to apply PRSA fees FAQs The Blog Check it out Open Account Log in Home SEPA Benefits About SEPA Benefits Customer Impact SEPA FAQs Search IBAN BIC There s lots of talk generally about the benefits of SEPA but here are a few that are most relevant for you as a banking customer Easier to send and receive cross border payments The main benefit is that it will be as easy to make or receive payments in Euro across the Euro zone as it is to make and receive payments from one Irish account to another Potentially better deals across current account banking With SEPA facilitating payments across borders and within countries then it stands to reason that you might only need one current account for everything If that s the case then increased competition could mean better deals for banking customers in general in terms of current accounts on offer with lower charges and improved services as banks fight it out to win your business That can only be good news As a business owner you ll benefit from improved efficiencies As a business owner you ll find it a lot easier to manage your business funds as you transact internationally Payments across borders will be easier and the introduction of innovative services like electronic bill presentation and payment could deliver huge advantages More efficient banking sector It s also thought that there will be greater efficiencies and economies of scale within the banking sector of the wider Euro zone This sends a strong signal about the status of the Euro as a currency Increased transparency This is so important With clarity around payment time lines and fees and charges there s less room for sneaky stuff Need help Why not give us a

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  • RaboDirect - SEPA customer impact
    invested At retirement How to apply PRSA fees FAQs The Blog Check it out Open Account Log in Home SEPA Customer Impact About SEPA Benefits Customer Impact SEPA FAQs Search IBAN BIC Customer Impact Introducing the IBAN and BIC Since SEPA was introduced in September 2013 customers use something known as an IBAN International Bank Account Number when they log into their RaboDirect account replacing all need for separate account numbers and sort codes Rabo Money Mover Changes We had to make some changes to the limits customers can transfer into RaboDirect accounts too The limits are now set at 500 per month or 100 per week for both regular and one off transfers in There are no restrictions on the amounts you can transfer out Please note If you don t use the Rabo Money Mover there s no restriction on the amounts you can transfer into your RaboDirect accounts For example you can transfer any amount of money directly from an AIB or BOI account straight into your RaboDirect Savings Account without worry of limits Here s how You can change your Rabo Money Mover amount online by logging in to your secure account with RaboDirect at anytime up to 1 15 pm on the business day before it is due to debit your main account When you log in click on Transfer Money and Transfer Money In and select view one off regular transfers Click on the Action button that relates to the payment and select change Enter your new amount and or date and click next You ll then be shown a summary of the Rabo Money Mover changes Check you re happy with the new details and then complete the change by signing it off with your Digipass Need help Why not give us a

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