ConnectIreland takes over Startup Ireland
Aim is to attract early-stage, well-funded start-ups to Ireland
IDA-backed body ConnectIreland has announced that it has assumed control of Startup Ireland.
A statement from the organisations said that both strongly believed in making Ireland a global start-up hub by 2020 and have worked closely on this.
ConnectIreland said there had been a significant upsurge in international companies wanting to start or expand in Ireland. Startup Ireland was founded in 2013.
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