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Enterprise Ireland’s €50,000 Startup Fund

Monday, June 9th, 2014

Enterprise Ireland (EI) has put out its latest call for applicants for its Competitive Start Fund aimed at start-ups across a number of different fields of science and technology.

Announcing it on their website, the organisation is now calling for start-ups active in manufacturing and internationally traded services including across sectors involved with internet, games, apps, cloud computing, enterprise software, life sciences, medical devices and e-health.

Totalling €50,000, the fund is targeting early stage companies that believe they have the capability to succeed in global markets and enable them to reach their key commercial and technical milestones.

These include being able to build a prototype for their project, developing market entry plans and secure third party investment from either venture capital firms or through angel investors.

Start-ups looking to potentially gain access to the fund need to apply to Enterprise Ireland before the deadline which has been set as Wednesday, 18 June.

To qualify, companies will need to be registered and based in Ireland with all intellectual property residing in the Irish entity and must not have received equity funding of €100,000 prior to the company’s inception.

Annual revenues must not exceed €60,000 in the current financial year and the company must be less than six years old.

The start-up aiming to access the Competitive Start Fund must also be capable of creating 10 new jobs and realising revenues of more than €1m within three years of starting up.

To date, over 200 companies have been offered funding through the Competitive Start Fund.

http://www.siliconrepublic.com/start-ups/item/37141-eis-50-000-competitive-st

If you are looking for a business address for your startup, do give us a call on 01 20 20 212 or see www.dso.ie for details.

Regards, Paul
Dublin Serviced Offices

Have a Start-up Idea?

Friday, May 2nd, 2014

Have a Start-up Idea?

If you have a new business idea, you may qualify for funding and supports from Enterprise Ireland or from your Local Enterprise Office:

 

Enterprise Ireland – Start-up Team

If your start-up business has the potential to develop an innovative product or service for sale on international markets and the potential to create 10 jobs and €1m in export sales within 3 to 4 years of starting up, then you may qualify for assistance from Enterprise Ireland as a High Potential Start-up (HPSU). If you feel that your business is a HPSU, our Start-up Team is available to discuss your idea and start-up needs and direct you to the most appropriate supports.

To learn more about what we look for in a start-up proposition and how we work with HPSU companies, go to our Start-up Section.

 

Enterprise Ireland – New Frontiers Entrepreneur Development Programme

New Frontiers is Ireland’s national entrepreneur development programme run in partnership with the Institutes of Technology. The programme is designed to support entrepreneurs with innovative business ideas who are planning to establish and run their own company. A range of supports including mentoring, incubation space and a €15,000 scholarship payment are provided to help accelerate the development of the business and to equip the promoter(s) with the skills and contacts needed to successfully start and grow a company.

For more information, go to New Frontiers Enterpreneur Development Programme.

 

 

Local Enterprise Office (LEO)

Local Enterprise Office provides advice, information and support to you in starting up or growing your business. With 31 dedicated teams across the Local Authority network in Ireland, Local Enterprise Offices offer a first-stop shop for entrepreneurs. Supports available include:

  • Start-your-own-business training courses.
  • Market research information.
  • Business planning advice and templates.
  • Access to experienced business mentors.
  • Feasibility grants and co-investment for your plans.

Further information is available from your nearest Local Enterprise Office.

 

If you are a startup, and you want to project a professional business address, please get in touch with is at DSO.

Regards, Paul McCarthy
www.dso.ie