Entrepreneurship: Start-ups getting the support they need

Innovation centres around the country are giving entrepreneurs in all industries a helping hand, writes Ruth Wildgust.

11th November, 2012
Entrepreneurship: Start-ups getting the support they need
Maria Staunton, manager of the Innovation in Business Centre at GMIT's Castlebar campus.

Innovation centres around Ireland provide vital business development supports to entrepreneurs, enabling start-ups to work in a secure, innovative environment as they progress from product concept to full commercialisation.

"There are various entrepreneurship courses which can help you through the process of starting up a business such as the New Frontiers programme run here in the innovation centres at GMIT and funded by Enterprise Ireland," said Maria Staunton, manager of the Innovation in Business Centre...

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