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Virgin Media launches €1.2 million pitch competition

3rd April, 2016
Sarita Johnston, manager of female entrepreneurship for Enterprise Ireland; Gavan Smyth, vice-president of Virgin Media Business Ireland; and Joan Mulvihill, chief executive, the Irish Internet Association Pic: Chris Bellew

A prize fund of more than €1.2 million is on offer to SMEs and entrepreneurs across Ireland and Britain in Voom 2016. The competition, run by Virgin Media, will see the top entrants pitch their ideas to Richard Branson, founder of the Virgin group.

“Virgin Media’s Voom 2016 provides the golden ticket to propel your business on to a global stage and fast-track your way to success. Last year’s winners are testament to this. Launching a...

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