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Entrepreneurship: High Potential Start-Up initiative aims to foster entrepreneurship

Network of local enterprise offices will use millions in government funding to help companies get up and running, writes Margaret O'Brien.

23rd February, 2014

Last week, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton announced that 1,850 jobs would be created over the next three years by 122 High Potential Start-Up [HPSU] companies supported by the Department of Jobs through Enterprise Ireland.

It's welcome news, especially as one of the few options available to Ireland as it seeks to successfully mend its broken economy is to encourage and support a new generation of entrepreneurs.

At a showcase event in Dublin, organised...

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