IDA Ireland will explain the Inward Entrepreneur program that offers up to €250,000 in funding and other benefits for U.S. startups expanding to Ireland.
To learn more about how your company can benefit from this program, come to the CIC Boston at 50 Milk Street on Tuesday, November 1 at 5:30pm for pizza and Guinness.
What is Ireland offering?
The program is designed to offer young companies low-cost, highly-trained technical skills, access to top-tier R&D facilities, a unique entry point to the European market, and funding of up to €250,000 depending on company stage.
Who are they looking for?
They are seeking fast-growth seed and post-seed companies primarily in the fields of SaaS, cyber security, e-commerce, analytics, big data, biotech, and medtech (including devices and digital health)—but other fields may also be of interest.
You’ll be in Good Company
Ireland is home to three of Europe’s top eight accelerator programs (Propeller, Startupbootcamp andLaunchPad). Out of Ireland come such innovative startups as Ding, Logentries, Hassle,Hostelworld, Movidius, and Stripe.
Ireland — ‘The best country for doing business’ – Forbes 2013
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