Tuesday December 1, 2020

Innovative ideas tested at Big Ideas showcase

The best and brightest of tomorrow’s high-tech start-ups put their business plans through their paces at last week’s Enterprise Ireland Big Ideas Showcase in Cork Park, writes Dick O’Brien

17th October, 2009

Twenty-one new high-tech start-ups pitched their wares to an audience of venture capitalists and private investors last week at the Enterprise Ireland Big Ideas showcase, which was held in Cork Park.

The Big Ideas Showcase was the first event of its kind, and follows smaller sector-specific events hosted by the agency.

Among those presenting at the event was NUI Maynooth microbiology senior lecturer Kevin Kavanagh, who has developed BeeMune a new therapy for bees, which...

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