Nohovation: Why we closed our €25m start-up venture fund

Ireland has a lot to learn when it comes to the world of start-up financing, write Illann Power and Pat Phelan

11th June, 2017
Illann Power is a Manhattan-based entrepreneur and financier

To truly understand the ever-changing world of start-up financing, it is necessary to delve into the mindset of an entrepreneur and differentiate from that of the career business person. We were both born into entrepreneurship and no other career path ever really interested either of us.

Although you may not know it, if you have a pension plan you are in some way an investor in the highly lucrative, yet highly risky, world of private...

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