Posts Tagged ‘Enterprise Ireland’

Ireland and the U.S.:
On Track To Getting Back

Tuesday, March 16, 2021 11:00 am EST Enterprise Ireland, the Irish government agency for the international development of Irish firms, is hosting a compelling panel discussion on how post-pandemic recovery will shape up on either side of the Atlantic. The panel will take place on Zoom Webinar on Tuesday, March 16 at 11:00AM Eastern andRead more..

Funds for Marine Technology and Agritech

Enterprise Ireland launched a €500,000 Competitive Start Fund for entrepreneurs in marine technology and agritech sectors on June 29. The fund was launched by Minister for Agriculture, Food, and the Marine, Michael Creed, T.D., at Our Ocean Wealth Summit at Seafest 2018 in Galway. The Competitive Start Fund provides entrepreneurs and start-ups with the criticalRead more..

Irish Business for Mayo Clinic

A collaboration between Ireland and the Mayo Clinic that could significantly impact the future of medical technology was recently announced. Enterprise Ireland, the government agency in Ireland responsible for supporting Irish businesses in the manufacturing and internationally traded service, will see the commercialization of up to 20 novel medical technologies in Ireland over the nextRead more..

Is Specialized Nutrition
the Key to Better Golf?

A Dublin-based start-up company, Wyldsson, is partnering with the University of Limerick using an Enterprise Ireland Innovation Voucher to investigate the impact of specialized nutrition for golf performance. Wyldsson specializes in developing healthy food products for elite athletes. Dave McGeady, of Wyldsson explains, “Hunger can be a serious issue for elite golfers, who can spendRead more..

Irish Companies Thrive in the U.S.

Since we published last year’s Wall Street 50 issue and highlighted some homegrown Irish technology businesses, many of them have been cementing their Stateside success. Even in the economic downturn and technology bust, these companies have thrived. Another thing they have in common is that they rely on Enterprise Ireland, an Irish Government agency chargedRead more..