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Galway startups are being invited to apply for Google’s Adopt A Startup programme which is now open for applications. Successful entrants will attend an exclusive programme of lectures and workshops as well as receiving hands on mentoring from experienced Google employees over a 12 week period. Throughout the programme, the startups will gain insights and knowledge on how to position and grow their companies on a global scale.
To celebrate Enterprise Week 2018, Local Enterprise Office Westmeath is hosting a free business seminar and networking event on Thursday, March 8, in the Annebrook House Hotel.
Enterprise Ireland (EI) will be holding a free Brexit advisory clinic in Claremorris next month.
BioExel Medtech Accelerator is the first of its kind in Ireland to focus solely on the medical technology sector. The six companies, which are all in the scale-up phase, will be based at NUI Galway for a period of six months, to build and commercially validate their technologies by working with existing entrepreneurial networks, mentors and management team.
If you have an innovative idea and plan to establish your own company, or you are already at an early stage of development, the New Frontiers Programme can provide you with funding, help and support to develop your new business.
Enterprise Ireland announces all sector €750k Competitive Start Fund to accelerate growth of start-ups
Enterprise Ireland’s first Competitive Start Fund (CSF) of the year will open to all sectors for applications on Tuesday next, January 23. The €750,000 fund will provide up to €50,000 in equity funding for up to 15 successful applicants. The fund closes to applications at 3pm on Tuesday, February 6.
The Board of Druid recently announced two exciting additions to the Board, recently retired Irish senior diplomat and trailblazer Anne Anderson and business doyenne and innovator Helen Ryan.
The latest data from NUI Galway’s innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem shows a strong performance for 2017. The year saw significant high-quality collaborative research and license agreements with industry, and a number of new spin-outs created on campus. A programme was established on campus to provide new business innovators with the supports needed to accelerate their medical technology inventions to the market. Over 1,500 staff and students were actively engaged in entrepreneurship through the University’s education and mentorship programmes, Blackstone Launchpad and Explore.
Two local young entrepreneurs have been recognised at the county final of the Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur (IBYE) competition.