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Innovation is the key driver for growth for Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital investee companies. We invest in indigenous early-stage businesses that fuel the Irish economy, create Irish jobs and gener

6th November, 2011
Dawn Guiney, Kernel Capital; Tony McDonald, programme manager, Space Programme, Enterprise Ireland; Seán Sherlock, Minister of State for Research and Innovation. Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation; and Ian Hayes, business Development Director, Radisens Diagnostics.

Innovation is the key driver for growth for Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital investee companies. We invest in indigenous early-stage businesses that fuel the Irish economy, create Irish jobs and generate wealth through scientific innovation.

One such company is Cork-based Radisens Diagnostics, a medical diagnostics start-up company, which received a €500,000 investment from our Bank of Ireland Seed Fund in May of this year as part of a €1.1 million syndicated investment.

Since then the...

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