“LaunchPad” NDRC’s “ideas to income” three month Entrepreneurial Internship Accelerator Programme – targeted at emerging start-up’s with strong academic links – concluded over the weekend with the winning project, CloudSplit, being awarded investment and continued support within the Launch Pad programme. The €24,000 continuation fund for the first prize and runner up company Point-the-Way comprises support from NDRC plus matching investment from external entrepreneurial investors who also made up the entrepreneur judging panel.
NDRC (National Digital Research Centre) announced on the 20th April 2010 that it is seeking applications from companies and academics with project and product ideas in the digital and digital content technology space to the “Catalyser” programme- an investment programme that supports collaborative innovation and bridges the gap between research lab technologies and investor-ready product prototypes. The project proposals should be focused in one of four primary application areas: Education; Entertainment; Healthcare or the Environment.
Whether you are just thinking of starting a new business, in the process of getting a business off the ground or looking to expand, one of the things you should be considering is the wide range of training courses and seminars organised by Dublin City Enterprise Board specifically designed to meet the information/training needs of all budding entrepreneurs.
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- Published: 24 August 2009 24 August 2009