Louth: Horseware into its stride

With the new EIIS Scheme favouring more established companies it is not surprising that Dundalk-based Horseware, a global leader in its field, has decided to support its sister company, Horseware EIIS, as a vehicle to raise funds to develop the compa

24th November, 2013
David Minto of Horseware Ireland accepts his award for best Exporter of the Year from Paddy Matthews, president, Dundalk Chamber, and Anne Caldwell, Enterprise Ireland.

With the new EIIS Scheme favouring more established companies, particularly those with an export focus, it is not surprising that Dundalk-based Horseware, a global leader in its field, has decided to support its sister company, Horseware EIIS, as a vehicle to raise funds to further develop the company.

Horseware EIIS was formed in 2010 and is fully backed by Horseware Ireland. The scheme has already successfully raised two tranches of funding in 2011 and in...

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