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Health Innovation Hub Launches in Ireland

Minister for Health, Simon Harris, today officially launched…
Kieran Moynihan, Founder of BEI

Breffney O' Dowling-Keane | FruitCubed

Tell us a bit about yourself and your startup. Hey, I’m…

Cork University Business School Host Innovation Master Class

On the 23rd September, as part of the All Island Innovation…
DKANE 10/05/2016
Pictured at the graduation ceremony for the Rubicon Centre's Exxcel programme for women in STEM were  
The six month part time programme, which is one of the first of its kind in Ireland provides a platform for females with STEM based business ideas to complete their pre-launch preparation by using the talent and resources of the Rubicon Centre. The Rubicon and Enterprise Ireland, in partnership, are targeting this sector to increase activity in female STEM entrepreneurship for the future.
Pic Darragh Kane

Exxcel Programme Calling Female Entrepreneurs

EXXCEL, a 6 month programme designed for females who have a STEM…

Trevor Winckworth | In Hand Guides

We chatted to In Hand Guides founder, Trevor Winckworth, about…

Search for Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur Gets Underway in Cork

The latest search to find Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur…

Startup Stories: Joe Lennon, Subwoofr

Cork Innovates spoke to Joe Lennon, to find out a little…
NO REPRO FEE 25/6/2015 The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD ( bottom 2nd from left) has welcomed plans for the biggest-ever 'Local Enterprise Village', which is being built by the Local Enterprise Offices at the National Ploughing Championships in September. In all, 70 small businesses from every county in Ireland will be showcasing their goods and services for the public inside the Local Enterprise Village from September 22nd to 24th. Last year 279,500 visitors attended the National Ploughing Championships, generating eur39 million in sales. Plans for the Local Enterprise Village were announced at the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation by the Local Enterprise Offices, the National Ploughing Association and Local Authorities Ireland. Pictured at the announcement are, clockwise from left, Paul Reid, Chair of Local Government, Economic, Enterprise and Tourism Committee, Kieran Comerford, Chair of Network of Local Enterprise Offices, Colm Foley from 65 Hurls in Fingal, Richard Doyle from Creative Productions in Carlow, James Sutton, President of the National Ploughing Association, Jacqui Kelly from Kelly's Mountain Brew in Kildare, Bernadine Burke from Friends and Family Trees in Galway, Minister Richard Bruton TD and Marina Hand from Winnie's Craft Café in Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown. Further information around the Local Enterprise Village at the Ploughing Championships in Ratheniska in County Laois is available through Photo: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

LEO Supports Local Businesses to Exhibit at National Ploughing Championships 2016

€645,000 worth of sales generated by small businesses at…

Gail Condon | Writing for TiNY

Cork Innovates Speaks to Gail Condon about her publishing startup,…