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The Small Firms Association (SFA) is recommending that small business-owners review their financial positions in advance of the end of the Brexit transition period on December 31.
Three NUI Galway start-ups — Feeltech, Nua Surgical, and BlueDrop Medical — are among the 2020 winners of Health Innovation Hub Ireland’s (HIHI) call for innovative ideas from companies, start-ups, and SMEs. The nationwide health innovation competition is directed at companies which have an innovative product, solution, or service that are at pre-commercial or late development phase with the potential to significantly impact Irish healthcare.
Millions awarded in Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund to NUI Galway teams partnering with local companies
NUI Galway researchers and company partners have been awarded over €10.3 million in Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund (DTIF). The Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund was established under Project Ireland 2040 and is run by the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation with administrative support from Enterprise Ireland.
If you have an innovative business idea with a plan to establish your own company, or you are already at an early stage of development, the New Frontiers Programme is now open to new applications and can provide you with funding, help and support to accelerate your business development.
Two Mayo firms will compete against each other in the final of The Irish Times Innovations Awards 2019 which will take place on Tuesday, November 5.
Minister Sean Kyne, TD this week, in conjunction with with NUI Galway’s Innovation Office, officially opened 6,500 square feet of fully fitted laboratory space with state-of-the art technology to support start-ups in the region. The Business Innovation Centre – North will support start-ups in the Life Sciences sector, with room for up to 100 employees.
The Irish Medtech Association, the Ibec group that represents the sector, this week revealed the results of a major survey on advanced manufacturing at the “Manufacturing the Future Conference 2019”, at the Salthill Hotel, Galway.
Irish technology start-up, Joulica, this week announced a significant expansion of its operations headquartered in Galway, creating 45 new jobs over three years.
CÚRAM, the Science Foundation Ireland Centre for Research in Medical Devices based at NUI Galway will be involved in three key industry projects worth almost €5 million (€4.8 million) following the recent announcement of the Government’s Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund. CÚRAM teams, in collaboration with industry partners, will be driving disruptive innovation on the key areas of medtech and connected health.