Project One Sky start-up uses teaching methods including quizzes and gamification to engage its young market. Founder Dr Colm Fallon is featured on irishtimes.com.
Dublin company Cortechs, founded by New Frontiers alumna Dr Áine Behan, is seeking €500,000 to fund the international launch of innovative technology designed to provide an alternative treatment for attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD). Read more on irishexaminer.com.
Steffan Jolley has used his insider knowledge of the hospitality sector to set up OrderPoint: a hardware and SaaS system that can help reduce costs in the hospitality sector while improving turnover and staff performance. His startup is featured on irishtimes.com.
New Frontiers participant, Steffan Jolley, has used his insider knowledge to set up OrderPoint – a hardware and SaaS system that can help reduce costs in the hospitality sector while improving turnover and staff performance. He is featured on irishtimes.com.
David Miller, New Frontiers participant and founder of Complyfile, was interviewed by Newstalk’s George Hook for The Right Hook. Complyfile is a cloud-based governance, risk and compliance software platform for voluntary organisations. Listen to the podcast here.
Neuroscientist Áine Behan is the founder of Cortechs. The company develops digital tools that could help lead to better brain functioning in areas such as attention, concentration and calmness. Read about it in this recent irishtimes.com article.
Congratulations to the New Frontiers “Class of 2015” at the LINC (Blanchardstown), who graduated today. Our best wishes to Colm Woods, Adam Czarnik, Paul Canavan, Bertrand Dory, Hugh O’Brien, Gavin Duffy, Thomasina Maguire, Orla Mc Callion, Catherine Daly, and John O’Reilly as they continue on their startup journeys!
Catherine Daly, occupational therapist and founder of Anchorlily, was interviewed for thejournal.ie. Her startup is developing a range of products that combine family images with materials Alzheimer’s and dementia patients have built a familiarity with.
Congratulations to New Frontiers participant, Paul Canavan of Invizbox, who was recently short-listed for the Jumpstart 2015 finals! The company is an Enterprise Ireland HPSU (High Potential Startup) and world leader in highly configurable, easy to use privacy devices.
Aine Behan is a New Frontiers alumna and founder of Cortechs. They have just launched a new game for 6-12 year olds that both responds to, and works to improve, your powers of concentration and relaxation! Cortechs use a brainwave-sensing headset from Neurosky that connects by bluetooth to the game and they train attention and relaxation levels in real-time through their games.
New Frontiers participant, Daire O’Neill, is interviewed for today’s irishtimes.com. His company, A5 Technologies, develops software that helps Japanese professionals improve their English.
New Frontiers participant, Chris Gregan, was featured with his business partners in the Irish Times. Their company, Fungus Games, helps people create story games easily, with no coding.
Elaine Ralph is a New Frontiers participant and was featured in the Irish Times last week. Her company, SuperDisty, is an end-to-end solution that integrates a company’s existing software with multiple leading online platforms.