The Irish Times covered Profile Capital's acquisition of toddler food brand Little Dish, which John co-founded.
When it comes to Brexit, almost everything is uncertain and unclear. As entrepreneurs and leaders of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), it can be tricky to anticipate and take proactive action to future-proof your business when the post-Brexit business environment remains so unpredictable, John Stapleton writes.
Large numbers of investors, with deep pockets, are keen to invest in the right food start-up venture, John Stapleton writes.
John Stapleton was recently interviewed by Speciality Food Magazine where he spoke about his passion for Getting Brexit Ready and how he is helping SMEs face it head on.
In part two of our look at the UK sports nutrition category, Andy Coyne takes a close look at the opportunities in the market and at threats to its continued growth.
The Irish government is said to be instigating a risk assessment of its food industry following the news yesterday that 'big four' UK supermarkets Sainsbury's and Asda are to merge.
John was recently quoted in a piece in The Times regarding food brand Caspicana and the role he plays..
John gave a presentation drawing on 30 years’ experience in the FMCG sector and pioneering new categories at Food & Drink Business Europe UK conference and exhibition.
John told MinuteHack how he's helped build two food brands that have stood out from the competition.
John shared his opinion on whether Paddy's Bathroom would enjoy the success of Ella's Kitchen with The Grocer.