Irish firms see most success in securing EU funding
Start-ups from Ireland cornered a combined €45.5 million in funding from the European Innovation Council’s accelerator last year
Ireland punches above its weight when it comes to securing financing from the European Innovation Council, which provides both grants and equity funding to deep tech companies, a new report shows.
The study shows Irish companies secured a combined €45.5 million in funding from the EIC’s accelerator last year, the seventh largest figure received out of 23 countries. Of this, €23 million was equity financing.
The data, which has been compiled by Lira, a Dublin-headquartered ...