[Events] Supports for Start-Up Companies - talk

Regina.Fitzgerald regina.fitzgerald at STAFFMAIL.ul.ie
Wed Feb 3 09:14:02 GMT 2010


Supports for Start-Up Companies - talk 

by Enterprise Ireland and the Limerick County Enterprise Board



Hosted by the Technology Transfer Office






 Wednesday 10th Feb 2010

Library Board Room




Supports for Start-Up Companies

Harriet Cotter - EI

Agnes Relihan - LCoEB


Harriett and Agnes are available for one-on-one meeting.  Please contact
Regina Fitzgerald, TTO, 234124 or email regina.fitzgerald at ul.ie  to
confirm your attendance. Tea/coffee/sandwiches will be supplied at


Enterprise Ireland  - High Potential Start-Up Program Details

The flow of innovative High Potential Start Up (HPSU) companies into the
Irish economy is critical for future growth. High growth potential start
ups that can develop innovative products and services will be
significant drivers in Ireland's continued economic success. Encouraging
and supporting these innovation led high potential start ups with an
export focus is a key priority for Enterprise Ireland and is fundamental
to building the next generation of world class Irish companies.


To support the development of these High Potential Start Up companies,
Enterprise Ireland offers the "Innovative HPSU offer" where Enterprise
Ireland provides a financial contribution towards the Company's business
plan to develop products, services or processes which are
technologically new or substantially improved when compared to the state
of the art in its industry in the European Community and which carry a
risk of technological or industrial failure.


More details are available at 



Limerick County Enterprise Board

The Limerick County Enterprise Board supports the promotion and
development of enterprise throughout Limerick County. Limerick County
Enterprise Board is here to assist in developing your business from
initial idea through all stages of your business development. They
specialise in supporting small and micro business, from the person that
works on their own through to those that employ up to 10 people.


More details are available at 



Who Should Attend?

Researchers or members fo the UL community who are or might consider
forming their own company. Individulals who are curious about the
supports availble to Start-Up ventures



John Gleeson,

Technology Transfer Officer,

University of Limerick


tel.: +353 (0)61 234683
email: john.gleeson at ul.ie <mailto:john.gleeson at ul.ie> 


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