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
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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