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Bank of Ireland has announced the shortlist of companies for the Bank of Ireland Startup Awards 2016 national final in The RHA Gallery, Ely Place on Thursday, 26 May. Out of a total of one hundred and thirty-three companies nationally, fifteen Galway companies have been shortlisted for awards across eight categories.
Startup Weekend is 100 per cent owned and run by the community, it is a grassroots movement run by volunteers. You see some of the work over the weekend, but it’s all in the lead up where the venue, food, mentors, speakers, sponsorship, promotion and all the rest are worked on.
Avaya Galway are delighted to be hosting one of the upcoming In-company events at AtlanTec ’16. Avaya is a global provider of business collaboration and communications solutions, providing unified communications, contact centres, networking and related services to companies of all sizes around the world. The Galway office is located in Mervue Business Park.
Bank of Ireland this week launched the Bank of Ireland Startup Awards 2016 — The competition, now in its fifth year, recognises and rewards Irish startups for their success in business across 12 categories including digital, food and drink, retail and technology. The awards were formally launched by Startup Awards Judge and successful entrepreneur Gavin Duffy.
I’m speaking at an event called Student Talks in Dublin next month. The first thing I am going to quash is any notion of getting a return when you’re working for or with a startup. We’ve hyped startups up, and maybe without enough context for younger people. In my experience, you work there for the long term wins. There is no return to get, you have to build it from scratch. The less money you have, the more you work. It’s character building and an excellent learning curve.
Beolas Innovation in association with Startup Europe Week are hosting a meetup in the Meyrick Hotel,Galway from 4 - 6pm on February 4 to showcase the opportunities for startups provided locally in Galway by various agencies.
Bankruptcy and prevailing concerns about the Irish economy were the two biggest obstacles preventing Ireland's next generation of would-be entrepreneurs from starting up a business in 2015.
I walk into the Bank of Ireland workbench on Mainguard Street every morning never quite knowing who I will meet. It works on a first come first served basis, so there are new startups often. One constant there is Conor O'Flaherty.
A new survey of results supported by NUI Galway has outlined that across Europe’s Northern Edge, 60 per cent of creative entrepreneurs work on their own. A further 31% of enterprises employ fewer than five people.
If you Googled Galway last week you would have seen Edel Browne in international media like The Huffington Post, Niall McCormick winning 20k and local guys Chris Murphy and Simon Kiersey, winning regionally to pave the way for Galway on a national stage.