€3m DCU fund to propel start-ups into the limelight

A €3million seed venture fund for start-up technology companies is to be launched at DCU tomorrow.

20th November, 2010

A €3million seed venture fund for start-up technology companies is to be launched at DCU tomorrow.

A total of 24 early stage companies will be supported over the next two years by the fund, which will be called Propeller, and is being run by DCU’s Ryan Academy for Entrepreneurship.

The programme is to be launched by EU Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science Máire Geoghegan-Quinn.

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