Rebecca Lee

Rebecca Lee is a journalist and broadcaster of over 23 years. She also works in tech communications with ClearStory International. To date, she has written for and continues to contribute to The Business Post, The Irish Times, The Irish Daily Mail, The Sunday World, and, most importantly, European tech publication 4i Magazine. Rebecca also worked as a radio presenter for 13 years with leading Irish stations Q102 and FM104. Alongside balancing her PR and journalism work, Rebecca moderates events, WebSummit 2022 and Dublin Tech Summit being the most recent.

Loyalty schemes are booming in popularity in an inflation-led era. Offering rewards, discounts, and other unique incentives has become a great way for businesses to attract and retain customers. According to research, on average, 61.3% of European adults are members of at

Space apps for kids: It's been a huge year so far for the space industry, with significant developments and innovations emerging across the science and technology sectors. 2023 saw some of the biggest space events ever, from the highest-energy gamma

In celebrating the Irish ahead of St. Patrick’s Day later this month, we decided to look at some of the most successful tech entrepreneurs to emerge from the Emerald Isle. According to The Central Statistics Office, 123,400 people work in the IT

Michelle Dervan: Skills shortages remain the crux of the hiring process for managers. With salaries accounting for such a large proportion of corporations' spending, technology innovations are being welcomed with open arms. A recent survey from UK recruitment firm Robert Half

New house: Today, there’s an app for almost anything, including making the leap from one property to another. Although one of the most stressful experiences in our lives, moving house has become slightly easier as of the past few years

Women in tech: Most tech apps these days tend to focus on one or all of three things: sustainability, business management and wellbeing, with the majority of them catered towards adults. But what about kids? According to Ofcom, almost eight in ten

Emerging technologies have meant that, when it comes to finding love, it's not as simple as swiping right anymore. With Valentine's Day on the horizon, an increasing number of singletons are going online in the hopes of finding their perfect

Waist trimming tech: With many of us adopting healthier diets in the months that follow Christmas, it can often prove difficult to maintain our newly learned eating and exercise behaviours. A recent survey from Hartleys shows that although an estimated 26

New Year, new you – we've all heard this time and time again.  New Year's apps: Whether you've pledged to increase your fitness levels, take up a new hobby, get more sleep, budget or even eat healthier, everyone has a goal