Wednesday May 27, 2020

Accelerator propels aviation start-ups to greater things

Start-up accelerator Propeller Shannon launched in 2017 in response to a call for tenders for state agency Enterprise Ireland’s Regional Accelerator Development Scheme

6th October, 2019
Niamh Collins, director of programmes at DCU Ryan Academy

Start-up accelerator Propeller Shannon launched in 2017 in response to a call for tenders for state agency Enterprise Ireland’s Regional Accelerator Development Scheme.

Run by Shannon’s International Aviation Services Centre (IASC) in partnership with Dublin City University’s Ryan Academy, Propeller Shannon aims to support and enhance the proven success of Ireland’s aviation sector.

“Propeller Shannon has leveraged Shannon’s strong international reputation as an aviation hub,” said Niamh Collins,...

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