An exciting new Irish website has been set up to provide a comprehensive listing of events happening both locally and nationally across Ireland. OutYouGet.ie was officially launched recently with the help of one of their users â Rally School Ireland, who have been giving the website a thorough test drive. OutYouGet.ie aims to get people out of the house and along to a whole host of events. The aim of the site is to be the ultimate guide to whatâs on throughout Ireland and the concept is simple: event organisers and promoters can log on to the site and upload their own details. Events include small village exercise classes, fundraising events, pub gigs, road races, festivals, night classes, parent and toddler groups, exhibitions and business networking events.
DCU spin-out company, Style-Eyes, has won the Enterprise Ireland âOne to Watchâ Award 2013 for developing first-of-its-kind technology â a smartphone, tablet and computer application which uses image recognition technology to make fashion more accessible. SeÃ¡n Sherlock TD, Minister for Research & Innovation presented the award at Enterprise Irelandâs Open Day for Researchers in Dublin on the10th July 2013.
Cubic Telecom Secures $5.2 Million from Enterprise Ireland, Qualcomm, ACT Venture Capital, TPS Investments
Irish Tech Firm VoiceSage Rounds off an Award Winning Year by Securing Further R&D Funding from Enterprise Ireland
VoiceSage, the company that enables automated real-time customer conversations, has today announced that it is investing over â¬1m in a major R&D programme, with significant support from the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through Enterprise Ireland. This latest round of funding will enable VoiceSage to respond to the growing market demand for its cloud-based customer communication technologies with further investment in a range of R&D activities. This is expected to generate 10 new technical and engineering jobs over the next 24 months in the Dublin office.
Irish accounting software firm Senddr has launched a unique eInvoicing service that hails a new approach by transferring invoices directly between accounting systems. The service instantly transfers invoices from suppliers into their customers’ accounting software thus eliminating errors and data-entry. Broad support for Senddr for a wide range of SME accounting systems has led to more than 10,000 businesses signing up during a four month beta period.