Start-ups up and running
InfiniLED is benefiting from its involvement in the Enterprise Ireland Business Partners Programme, writes Siobhan Brett.
Originally a project housed in a university research centre and now a high potential start-up (HPSU), Cork company InfiniLED is "within days" of signing an investor, and about to start hiring. The company is bringing patented micro-LED technology to the market for the first time. Within a month, it will employ up to ten people.
InfiniLED is a spin-out of Tyndall National Institute, UCC's high-tech research centre. Its development owes much to the Enterprise Ireland...
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