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Spiddal-based technology company CreVinn Teoranta is one of four companies recognised for ‘outstanding innovation’ by InterTradeIreland as part of its all-island innovation programme, FUSION.
Athlone company, Nearfield Communications, was named the Best Early Stage company at the recent Connacht and Leinster final of the 2014 InterTradeIreland All-Island Seedcorn Investor Readiness competition.
Full Health Medical, founded and owned by Ballintubber based Paul McCarthy and Dr Ann Shortt, was named the best emerging company at the Connacht and Leinster final of the 2012 InterTradeIreland Seedcorn all-island business competition.
Two Galway companies, Full Health Medical and Algae Health were named the Best Emerging and the Best High Growth companies respectively in the Connacht and Leinster final of the 2012 InterTradeIreland Seedcorn all-island business competition.
Businesses in Mayo hoping to be in with a chance of winning their share of €280,000 cash in this year’s InterTradeIreland All-Island Seedcorn Business Competition have only got three weeks left to submit their entries.
Galway company Advance Science, was named the Best Emerging Company in the Connacht and Leinster final of the 2011 InterTradeIreland Seedcorn all-island business competition. Advance Science, which is based in Connemara, beat tough competition from two other Connacht and Leinster finalists to win €20,000 to help finance the early stages of its ventures.
InterTradeIreland has launched its final call for entries from Galway companies to the seventh annual All-island Seedcorn Business Competition. A prize fund of €280,000 is offered by InterTradeIreland for the best early stage companies on the island.
Last Tuesday morning a group of the South East’s entrepreneurs attended a preparation workshop for the All-Island Seedcorn Competition in the Ramada Hotel, Waterford.
Local entrepreneurs could get a huge cash boost for their businesses thanks to a prize fund of €280,000 being offered by InterTradeIreland’s All-Island Seedcorn Business Competition 2010. The competition is the largest on the island in terms of the prize fund available and in the past has helped give fledgling firms a ‘lift-off’.
Entrepreneurs from Galway, Mayo, and Westmeath could get a huge cash boost for their business thanks to a record prize fund of €360,000 being offered by InterTradeIreland’s Seedcorn Business Competition, details of which were announced this week.