SMEs in the medtech, agritech and digital health sectors are set to benefit from Ireland’s first Scaling Programme, to be hosted from next January by Cork County Council and the Rubicon Centre at CIT.
John Daly reports on the successful drive by CIT to support ambitious students across a range of disciplines developing a business on campus.
The winners from the 12 ambitious entrepreneurs in the New Frontiers programme will be unveiled at an awards ceremony in the Rubicon Centre (Cork Institute of Technology) running from 7:30 to 9:00 this morning.
After its recent €3.5m acquisition, Cork-based scientific data firm Rinocloud is ambitious to grow, writes Trish Dromey
A Cork company with an invention that accelerates fracture healing has set its sights on the US market after getting approval by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
CIT-based business incuation hub The Rubicon Centre has secured a €2m contract with Enterprise Ireland to continue delivering its entrepreneur development programme New Frontiers for the next five years.
Corporate social responsibility isn’t always seen as the most exciting aspect of business but one young company harbours serious aspirations to change all that.
Senior government officials in China’s economic powerhouse Shanghai have hailed their city’s twinning link with Cork as one of their most successful.
A Cork business has found a novel way to help couples secure a wedding venue, writes Trish Dromey.
Office activity in Cork’s suburbs, especially from FDI companies, has picked up sharply in recent months, according to agent Paul Hannon of Lisney.
Funding on the up at CIT’s Rubicon
The Rubicon Centre is Ireland’s leading business incubation hub and home to some of the country’s top business start up specialists.
So is there anything to see in Dingle at all?
GRAPHIC harvester Naomi Fein has been enjoying huge success of late, giving Munster’s leading companies storyboard accounts of seminars, workshops and other events to take home and share with their colleagues.
In the last 15 years CIT’s Rubicon Centre in Cork Institute of Technology has nurtured 250 companies that have gone on to create more than 2,500 jobs.
Opportunities in the global market exist not just for firms that are developing the technology that is changing our world but also for the companies that can explain these new technologies to those who are using them.
A careers expo rolls into Cork tomorrow with up to 500 jobs on offer.
A cluster of emerging Cork-based firms have been succeeding against the economic odds in recent years.
Institute of Technology: New Frontiers Entrepreneur Development Programme
There has never been a better time for starting a business, CIT entrepreneur in residence Kieran Moynihan tells Claire O’Sullivan
AIB Bank is open to lending money to start-up businesses and house hunters, one bank executive said yesterday in reply to criticism from a loan applicant.
HAILING a cab will never be the same again.
TAOISEACH Brian Cowen will open a new €85 million cardiac and renal centre at Cork University Hospital (CUH) tomorrow.
Four Irish companies will compete internationally at the Thistle BioScience “Rising Stars Showcase”in Edinburgh on Wednesday, February 6.
A NEW enterprise incubation centre on a third-level campus is poised to create hundreds of jobs.
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