New €500,000 Enterprise Ireland fund to support FinTech start-ups
RTE Business News

Enterprise Ireland's latest Competitive Start Fund will offer up to €50,000 in equity support to early stage Financial Technology companies. It will also give companies access to support from industry experts and shared office space in Dublin city centre. 

Listen to RTE Morning Ireland business news discussion about 'Why FinTech?' with Leo McAdams of Enterprise Ireland and Brett Meyers of Currency Fair here

Calling all FinTech start-ups
One News at RTE1
Watch Leo McAdams of Enterprise Ireland and Brett Meyers of Currency Fair discuss the new Fintech CSF Fund on RTE News.
Enterprise Ireland SME Export Advice column: Ireland's Polish community helps make Poland a great SME target
Sunday Independent
It may be a bold claim, but Ireland's trade relationship with Poland is unique among non-English-speaking countries.
Brown Bag Films opens new Dublin office, 70 jobs to come
Silicon Republic
Brown Bag Films is looking to increase its overall workforce to 255 on the back of a new 30,000sq f animation studio in Smithfield, Dublin. 
Longford Steel Firm KSSL announces 50 jobs
Business World
The job announcement at Longford-based Kiernan Structural Steel was made at the official opening of KSSL’s new state-of-the-art extension to its Longford structural steel manufacturing facility.
Qstream to add 40 jobs to Dublin office this year
Irish Times
Boston-based software company Qstream is to add more jobs at its international head office in Dublin, mostly engineering positions.
Irish tech firm Oneview signs up New York healthcare provider
Irish Independent
A software provider which this year became the first Irish company listed on Australia's stock market has secured a multi-million dollar US hospital contract.
Leading Edge Group announces ten new jobs and new director
Irish Tech News
Business transformation consulting firm, Leading Edge Group, has announced the appointment of a new non-executive director Pat Byrne as well as the creation of 10 jobs in 2016.
Russian advance into Irish tech sector
Sunday Independent
Kaspersky Lab, the global cyber security firm, is joining "waves" of Russian start-ups, developers and programmers who are flocking to Dublin.

Kaspersky Lab, the global cyber security firm, is joining "waves" of Russian start-ups, developers and programmers who are flocking to Dublin.

Dublin company that could wipe out a chunk of the world's emissions with one engine
The Journal

Exergyn is building an engine that develops electricity from heated waste water.

15 Irish businesses make it through to Voom 2016 pitchathon
Silicon Republic
Voom 2016 was the first in a revamped SME competition from Virgin Media, which this year included Irish companies for the first time, with €1.2m in prizes up for grabs. 
Irish Times Innovation Awards finalists - original thinkers from all sectors
Irish Times
From cutting edge technology behind space exploration and autonomous cars, to a smart way to unload all those foreign coins we have stuffed away in drawers and old wallets, the finalists for this year’s Irish Times Innovation awards have been chosen.
Irish start-ups to get UK-style tax regime
Irish Independent
Irish Government is planning to slash the rate of Capital Gains Tax (CGT) for new start-ups to 10pc from next year, bringing the environment more in line with the UK.
TINE to partner with Dairygold to produce Jarlsberg in Ireland
Dairy Reporter
Norwegian dairy company TINE is partnering with Dairygold to create a plant in Ireland to expand production of its Jarlsberg cheese. 
"Building a Business on Your Ideas" IP seminar at Waterford IT
Angel Summit Europe at the Google Foundry
"Tap into 10 billion EUR ecommerce market in Poland" workshop
Excel at Export Selling workshop - Customer Value Proposition
National Enterprise Award nominees revealed for 2016
32 businesses have made it through to the finals of the National Enterprise Awards, with a prize fund of €40,000. 
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