Thursday February 20, 2020

Cork 2012: Funding will mean new wave of jobs at CIT firm

WaveBreak Media has secured funding of €400,000 in an investment round led by the Bank of Ireland Seed and Early Stage Equity Fund, managed by Kernel Capital.

23rd June, 2012
Dawn Guiney of Kernel Capital, Sean Prior of WaveBreak Media, Peter Walley of Bank of Ireland and Martin Corkery of Enterprise Ireland at the CIT Blackrock Castle Observatory, Cork.

WaveBreak Media has secured funding of €400,000 in an investment round led by the Bank of Ireland Seed and Early Stage Equity Fund, managed by Kernel Capital.

The round included €250,000 from Kernel and €150,000 from Enterprise Ireland. It follows an earlier €250,000 investment boost from the same fund, which closed in 2010.

Based in Cork Institute of Technology (CIT), WaveBreak will use the funding to create ten jobs over two years as it ramps up...

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