Residency releases innovative and partnership potential
Catalyst’s ‘innovation residencies’ give SMEs time and room to think big and strategise. IT Carlow hosted Welsh and Irish firms for a recent residency
Many owners and staff of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are immersed in the daily activities of running an enterprise – and finding the time to tackle a problem or focus on business strategy can be challenging. A principal objective of the Catalyst project is to offer entrepreneurs and SME staff the chance to embed into third level institutions in Ireland and Wales in the form of ‘innovation residencies’.
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