Thursday October 1, 2020

The class of 2018

Enterprise Ireland’s Start-Up Showcase 2019 saw more than 130 innovative Irish companies network, learn and meet potential investors at one high-powered session in Dublin’s Croke Park.

24th February, 2019
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Heather Humphreys, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation (centre) is pictured with Sheelagh Daly, female entrepreneurship manager, Enterprise Ireland (third from left); Terence O’Rourke, chairman, Enterprise Ireland; Julie Sinnamon, chief executive, Enterprise Ireland and Joe Healy, divisional manager, High Potential Start-Ups, Enterprise Ireland, and a cohort of female founders supported by Enterprise Ireland

Held on February 14, the Enterprise Ireland annual Start-Up Showcase brought together the ‘Class of 2018’ start-up companies supported by Enterprise Ireland in the past year. It placed these founders among a wider ecosystem of investors, incubators, public and private support agencies, and more; the result being a practical and inspiring launchpad for global ambition.

Companies in attendance included high potential start-ups (HPSUs), competitive start-up fund (CSF) companies, spin-outs from higher education, overseas entrepreneurs and...

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