Former Dell workers offered start-up advice

Several entrepreneurs have stepped in to offer sacked Dell employees from Limerick advice and guidance on how to start their own businesses. Wi-fi businessman Evert Bopp is seeking to start a technology incubation centre in the mid west for Dell work

31st January, 2009

Several entrepreneurs have stepped in to offer sacked Dell employees from Limerick advice and guidance on how to start their own businesses. Wi-fi businessman Evert Bopp is seeking to start a technology incubation centre in the mid west for Dell workers who want to begin working for themselves.

“The primary goal of the incubator would be to let the entrepreneurs and start-ups concentrate on developing their business by removing all non-essential activities from their workload,”...

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