NDRC trying to encourage a broader range of start-ups

‘Virtual masterclass’ being started to encourage further interest in start-ups in both urban and rural Ireland

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
22nd February, 2021
NDRC trying to encourage a broader range of start-ups
Jake Phillips, head of training at NDRC: ‘We’re trying to find the people where they are at’

The National Digital Research Centre is looking to attract people who previously haven’t been involved in the start-up sector to create, work for and invest in start-ups.

The NDRC is an early stage investor in start-up companies that was originally backed by several third level institutions but is now run by a new management group. It is starting a virtual masterclass series in an effort to broaden the interest in the start-up sector.

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