Sunday July 5, 2020

Start-Up Conference: Pushing female entrepreneurship

There is a drive on to help female entrepreneurs get started in business, writes Dave Boland.

22nd September, 2012
Julie Sinnamon, global business development director at Enterprise Ireland.

Despite the economic doldrums, Ireland is actually a good place for enterprise. This is evidenced by our strong showings in the annual Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) reports which place our early stage entrepreneurial activity towards the top of the European table, on a par with Australia and ahead of the US.

It is in this context that the major stakeholders in Irish enterprise, from entrepreneurs and would-be entrepreneurs to investors and policymakers, attend Start Ups...

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