Business support programme for start-ups setup

Ulster Bank has partnered with Dublin City Council and Dublin City Enterprise Board to launch a new business support programme for start-ups.

8th January, 2011

Ulster Bank has partnered with Dublin City Council and Dublin City Enterprise Board to launch a new business support programme for start-ups.

Aimed at promoting economic recovery and job creation in Dublin, the programme will have a €10 million enterprise support fund, which will offer loan amounts of up to €30,000 to qualifying start-ups.

Applicants will not be required to provide personal guarantees backed by assets, and a variable loan rate of 4.1 per cent...

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