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Start-ups show a range of innovative thinking

Enterprise Ireland’s Start-Up Showcase highlights the companies it supports, producing products and services as diverse as a breast-feeding monitor and a cloud-based aid for children learning to read, writes Elaine O’Regan

4th March, 2018
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Pictured at the Enterprise Ireland Start-up Showcase 2018 were, from left, Julie Sinnamon, chief executive, Enterprise Ireland; Roseanne Longmore, chief executive, Coroflo, who is developing the world's first accurate breast feeding monitor; Heather Humphreys, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation; and Terence O’Rourke, chairman, Enterprise Ireland Fennells

For Rosanne Longmore, co-founder of Dublin company Coroflo, support from Enterprise Ireland has been invaluable part of the start-up process.

Coroflo secured Enterprise Ireland’s High Potential Start-Up (HPSU) designation last October and was one of the 90 Class of 2017 HPSUs represented at the state agency’s recent Start-up Showcase.

Held at Croke Park on Wednesday, February 14, the annual event was attended by more than 600 companies, investors and representatives from Ireland’s start-up...

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