Three start-ups on shortlist for business awards

The David Manley Emerging Entrepreneur Awards have provided almost Euro 1 million in support to high-potential start-ups, writes Elaine O'Regan.

22nd December, 2013

The innovative start-up behind a unique micro hydro-turbine has been announced as one of three shortlisted entries in the business category of the 2014 David Manley Emerging Entrepreneur Award.

Alongside two other nominees, Tempster's Ollie Fegan and Louise Grubb, founder of Waterford-based start-up Q1 Scientific, Ar Nua Tec will vie for the position of overall category winner when the awards are announced in January.

Tipperary native Anthony Glynn established Ar Nua Tec, which means ''our new...

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