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Enterprise Ireland makes €65m available for seed funds

18th June, 2015
Enterprise Ireland is making up to €65 million available for investment in seed funds

Enterprise Ireland is making up to €65 million available for co-investment in seed funds which meet venture capital demand from high potential Irish startups.

It is seeking expressions of interest from funds investing in areas such as food, software, services and life sciences.

"Given the importance and challenges faced by companies spinning out from third level institutions, funds in this space are sought," it said.

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