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Enterprise Ireland Commercialisation Fund

The aim of the Commercialisation Fund Programme is to improve the competitiveness of the Irish economy through the creation of technology based start-up companies and the transfer of innovations developed in Higher Education Institutes and Research Performing Organisations to industry in Ireland.

The programme will fund the development of innovations at all stages of the commercial pipeline to the point where they can be commercialised as new products, services and companies.

Commercialisation Fund Project Support is available for projects that address a gap or need in the market by developing innovations that will ideally be ready for licensing to Irish industry or may form the basis of a new start-up in 2-5 years. It is recognised however that some innovations may need a longer time to get to market than others.” Source – www.enterprise-ireland.com

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The Ultimate Entrepreneur Tool Kit

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There are tonnes of free resources online for business owners – but the real question is – are they actually any use?! And how can you try before you ‘buy’? Here’s an easy way to save yourself some time and effort!

We’ve discovered an awesome list that orders free online resources into a huge variety of categories from app development to finding co-founders – with each source listed in order of popularity. Simples! Get browsing here

The Irish Tech Startup Guide

Irish Tech Startup Guide Frontline VC

For anyone intrigued by the start-up world – or already a part of it – Frontline Ventures’ guide includes accelerators, mentors and resident VCs as well as a sample list of Irish companies and people to know. It also covers meet-ups, press figures and the story of how our booming tech industry began.

The guide aims to celebrate and promote Irish entrepreneurship, while offering a 101 guide for anyone visiting the country or starting out in their career.

http://www.slideshare.net/FrontlineVC/the-irish-tech-startup-guide

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