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Enterprise Ireland

Enterprise Ireland

Enterprise Ireland (company) is a government organization that is responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets.

Enterprise Ireland (company) is a government organization that is responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets. The firm looks to partner with enterprises to help them start, grow, innovate, and win export sales in global markets. The firm is exclusively interested in Irish enterprises. The firm supports sustainable economical growth, regional developments and secure employments. Enterprise Ireland provides funding support, export assistance, research and innovation, and management advice.

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Aislinn Mahon

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Liz Fleming

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Lorcan O'Sullivan

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Simone Boswell

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Theresa Clarke

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Christine Hall
March 17, 2021
Crunchbase News
Learn about how Ireland fostered a strong tech sector, the role of EI within that community and the country's digital exports.
Omar Faridi
June 22, 2020
Crowdfund Insider
Irish Fintech firms to receive support after Enterprise Ireland awards €10 million grant to VC firm MiddleGame Ventures.
Mark Terry
June 3, 2020
BioSpace
The round was led by Seroba Life Sciences, a European venture capital firm in Dublin.
Jonathan Ng
March 10, 2019
Boston Herald
A group of Irish government ministers will be traveling across the U.S. to promote the economic relationships between the two countries, including here in Boston as part of their St. Patrick's Day week events in the states. Sean Davis, North American head of the Enterprise Ireland (EI), the country's agency that helps bring Irish business

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