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Tracking innovation and funding in Ireland. Building a strong community of people and orgs. Making Ireland's innovation ecosystem visible to all.
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TechIreland 10h
Companies are already adding their restart tech solutions to be featured our . tops the list, followed by Health & Safety. Add your solution here:
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Adopting a solution can greatly help your business navigate these troubling times. If you have a tech requirement, click here to receive assistance: is powered by and .
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the largest employers in almost every key sector are in regions outside Dublin. These have successfully gone on to become global leaders. Check out the latest blog post on and here:
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TechIreland Sep 17
Congrats to startup Iamus Technologies on being named winner of the Alfie Cox Best Overall Start-up Award at the 2020 Enterprise Ireland Innovation Arena Award! Check the guys out here:
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TechIreland Sep 17
"Overall funding for start-ups in Ireland rose to €363.8m in the second quarter of 2020 [...] However, first-time funding during the same period fell by 60pc, with only a handful of start-ups raising their first equity rounds."
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TechIreland Sep 16
(4/4) Many thanks to supporters , and Ireland. This is our most ambitious cross-border project to date. Together, we can help each other get back to business.
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TechIreland Sep 16
(3/4) If your business has suffered from the impact of and has a requirement (e.g. re-skilling, workspace, supply chains, etc.), please follow the link and complete the survey:
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TechIreland Sep 16
(2/4) If your business is using a solution to successfully improve day-to-day operations, please follow the link and complete the survey. We will then feature you on our . Survey link:
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TechIreland Sep 16
(1/4) Our campaign aims to create directories of solutions/requirements that business are using/need to . For example, many businesses are using technology to work remotely and improve health and safety.
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Scale Ireland Sep 16
📢 An additional €10m has been committed to ’s Seed & VC Scheme 💸 Providing much-needed support to seed investment in Ireland. Helping early-stage start-ups impacted by Covid-19. Promoting an innovation driven recovery.
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TechIreland Sep 15
Adopting innovative solutions can greatly help your business during these troubling times. If you need assistance, you can add your requirements here: Powered by IBEC's , and Ireland.
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TechIreland Sep 15
How are companies using to embrace the ? tops the list, followed by & . Is your business using a tech solution? If so, we want to hear about it. Complete the survey to be featured on our :
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TechIreland Sep 15
We will soon be launching our largest ever cross-border project: the . Survey: With support from IBEC's , and Ireland, we aim to promote the use of to and our economy.
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TechIreland Sep 14
Do you have a tech solution to help businesses adapt to the new normal? Get in touch to add your solution to our . Survey: Powered by IBEC's , and Ireland.
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TechIreland Sep 14
" are the soft capital where trust, connectedness and relationships have primacy. They will play an important role in our transition to the ." — Clodagh Barry, Blog:
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TechIreland Sep 13
"In terms of numbers of startups, the country’s two densest clusters are in 8 and around , where both locations have more than a hundred within a 2km radius." Blog:
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TechIreland Sep 13
" is our most important cluster, a hub of medtech and multinationals that employs over 8,000 including over sixty indigenous startups." Blog:
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TechIreland Sep 13
" - an employee owned company - is seeking to increase its headcount from 370 currently to 1,000 by 2024, and fill 150 high-skill, high-value roles immediately."
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TechIreland Sep 11
"/MedTech is focussed in , Dublin and , businesses are strong in and South West (/), and focus on Dublin and /." Blog:
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TechIreland Sep 11
Congrats to spin-out, , for developing a new method to generate ozone nanobubbles to more effectively disinfect indoor spaces.
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