Innovative programme for start-ups

Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) is preparing to launch it s 17th biannual Hothouse Venture Programme, which will host 16 new high-potential start-ups from March.

10th January, 2009

Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) is preparing to launch it s 17th biannual Hothouse Venture Programme, which will host 16 new high-potential start-ups from March. Since 2001, the programme has supported more than 200 entrepreneurs at the early stages of business development.

‘‘This will be a tough year for start-up companies but, having developed strong management teams, good business foundations and an extensive network of industry contacts, they are well positioned to continue to expand and prosper,” said...

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