Saturday June 6, 2020

Competitive Start Funds benefit 91 new businesses

The purpose of the Competitive Start Funds is to accelerate the growth of start-up companies that have the capability to become High Potential Start-Up (HPSU) companies

4th March, 2018
Conor Wilson and Pat McKenna of Sproose

Ninety-one new businesses received support in 2017 from Enterprise Ireland's Competitive Start Funds (CSFs), successfully competed against more than 700 applicants to secure the investment.

The purpose of the Competitive Start Funds is to accelerate the growth of start-up companies that have the capability to become High Potential Start-Up (HPSU) companies.

One such start-up is Sproose. Established in Dublin in 2016 by co-founders Conor Wilson, Pat McKenna and Cormac Lavelle, Sproose has developed an on-demand laundry app...

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