Tuesday September 22, 2020

The potential to succeed

Once a year, Enterprise Ireland puts on an event to showcase the new companies it is it supporting and which it believes can go places, writes Dick O'Brien.

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Noreen O'Hare, chief executive, Sotxtme: 'We are leaning on them [Enterprise Ireland] quite heavily to open doors'. Photo: Tony O'Shea

High potential start-ups (HPSUs) get a range of supports from Enterprise Ireland, the state business development agency, from training and networking opportunities via its international offices to investment in the company.

For a company to qualify as a HPSU, Enterprise Ireland must it to be introducing an innovative product or service onto the international market. The company must be less than six years old, headed by an experienced management team and, crucially, be capable of...

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