€50,000 startup seed capital up for grabs

AIB is set to provide seed capital funding of €50,000 to one participant in the Genesis Enterprise Programme in Cork. All those taking part in the current 2011-2012 Genesis programme, which is set t

11th December, 2011
€50,000 startup seed capital up for grabs
John Slattery of AIB; Frank Walsh of Enterprise Equity, co-manager of AIB Seed Capital Fund; Dr Brendan Murphy, president of CIT; and Paul Healy, general manager of the Rubicon Centre.

AIB is set to provide seed capital funding of €50,000 to one participant in the Genesis Enterprise Programme in Cork.

All those taking part in the current 2011-2012 Genesis programme, which is set to conclude in March, are eligible to compete for the prize.

At the end of the programme, participating businesses will be presented to the public during the annual Genesis showcase exhibition. Along with other significant prizes, the recipient of the funding from...

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