2016 Experience gets set for entrepreneurs

6th December, 2015
From left:Michael O'Connor, CEO, CorkBIC, Colette Sexton, The Sunday Business Post; Fionnuala Wall, marketing manager, CorkBIC; Pete Smyth, chief executive, Broadlake; Darren Daly, partner, ByrneWallace; Tom Lyons, The Sunday Business Post; and Gerry Prizeman, head of enterprise development, Bank of IrelandMaura Hickey

Emerging entrepreneurs are being called on to take part in the 2016 Entrepreneur Experience.

The event brings 24 emerging entrepreneurs together with 24 seasoned entrepreneurs over 24 hours in Ballymaloe, Co Cork each year. In 2016, the event will take place on April 15 and 16.

Some 43 companies have raised a total of €24.6 million after taking part in the event, which will take place next year for the sixth time.

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