Monday December 9, 2019

Catalyst supports south-east’s innovation agenda

1st December, 2019
Alan Quirke, director of the Ireland South-East Office

More than 40 companies from Co Carlow and Co Tipperary have immersed themselves in an innovative journey as part of the EU-funded programme Catalyst project since it was launched in 2018.

The pilot programme supports food and drink producers, food retailers and the food service industry – including logistics and distribution – as well as life science sector businesses, including pharmaceuticals, biomedical, cosmeceuticals and more. To date activities have included expert mentoring, design workshops, innovative residences, public...

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