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Chip Sensors’ funding hits €1m in year

Limerick-based semiconductor firm Chip Sensors has raised almost €1 million in new funding from investors over the course of the past year.

16th August, 2008

Limerick-based semiconductor firm Chip Sensors has raised almost €1 million in new funding from investors over the course of the past year.

Chip Sensors chief executive Tim Cummins was unavailable for comment on the funding, but Companies Office filings indicate that the firm has received €980,000 in funding from Enterprise Ireland and the Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital Partners Fund over the past three months.

Enterprise Ireland invested €430,000 in the company in June, while...

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