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Ireland's start up community gather at the "Dell for Entrepreneurs" seminar

Business leaders and entrepreneurs discuss challenges and opportunities of IT

22nd April, 2016
Niamh Townsend, general manager Dell Ireland, Mary McKenna, entrepreneur and angel investor, Pamela Newenham, co founder of Girlcrew, David Maloney, co founder, HireUP, Nathan Doyle, co founder, HireUP. Pic: Fennell Photography

IT bosses have met with members of Ireland's start-up community to discuss the Dell for Entrepreneurs programme and the changing role of IT in Ireland.

The initiative was launched in Ireland in 2014 to support up and coming firms with access to the capital, education and the network they need to help get their business off the ground.

The Dell Innovators Credit Fund provides up to €10 million through Dell Financial Services, which helps spread the...

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