Tech firms on crash course at New Orleans Collision event

Sunday Independent: Featuring 16 mini-conferences across four days, including Planet Tech and Music Notes, Collision was a point of convergence in which thought leaders, startups and tech investors met. 

The new Market Discovery Fund

Fintech firm Fexco to create 175 new jobs in the south west at Irish HQ
Irish Independent

Irish fintech company Fexco is creating 175 new jobs at its headquarters in Killorglin, County Kerry. The new roles will add to Fexco’s existing 2,300 staff working across the company’s Irish and international operations spanning 29 countries.

Thinking about trying for Horizon 2020 funding? Then watch this
Silicon Republic

Innovative companies across Europe could be missing out on millions of euro in funding under the Horizon 2020 programme, according to Enterprise Ireland’s Dr Imelda Lambkin.

Report highlights Irish exposure to Brexit charges on imports
Irish Times

The study, published in conjunction with the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation and Enterprise Ireland, highlighted food products as potentially the most exposed.

Galway start-up looking to treat joint pain raises €2.75m
Irish Times

Loci Orthopaedics, a Galway-based medical devices start-up that has developed a new joint implant to treat arthritis, has raised €2.75 million in a seed round.

The Competitive Start Fund for Marine & Agritech - open for applications tomorrow

Irish businesses encouraged to apply for €500m Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund
Business World

The establishment of the €500m Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund (DTIF) aims to drive collaboration between Ireland's research base and industry, in support of the development and adoption of technologies.


NDRC firms near €500m market cap
Business Plus

Last year, NDRC launched the first of two regional accelerator programmes, in partnership with Enterprise Ireland. NDRC at PorterShed, also in partnership with Galway City Innovation District, saw nine startups join the organisation’s portfolio.

Limerick start-up finds smart way to keep track of things
Irish Examiner

Limerick start-up SmartFactory is targeting the global medical device manufacturing sector with innovative solutions which have been designed to improve productivity by bringing intelligence to the manufacturing process.

Investors in Pulsate stump up fresh funding
Irish Independent

Dublin-based mobile marketing software firm Pulsate Mobile has raised €200,000, with existing investors including PayPal among those who have stumped up fresh funds for the business.

How 'Know your Customer' speaks the language of financial institutions in Asia and beyond #IrishAdvantage

Founded in Hong Kong two and a half years ago, Know Your Customer (KYC) has developed a high-tech solution, which verifies the original source documentation provided by new customers and reduces onboarding time to as little as one day.

26 & 27 Sept 2018: Medical Technology Ireland 2018, Galway Racecourse