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New €250,000 female entrepreneurship fund launched

A new €250,000 fund has been launched to help boost the number of high potential female-led business start-ups.

26th August, 2013

A new €250,000 fund has been launched to help boost the number of high potential female-led business start-ups.

The Competitive Feasibility Fund for Female Entrepreneurs was established by Enterprise Ireland as part of by the agency to boost the number of innovative, export-oriented businesses being set up and led by female entrepreneurs, according to a statement from the Department for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation.

The fund will be open for applications from Tuesday 20 August...

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