New Frontiers alumna, Charlotte Matabaro, was featured with her business partner Marc Power talking about their startup Mohecan Male Grooming as it launches its Amazon store in time for Christmas. Read about them on irishexaminer.com.
We are delighted to welcome Peadar Casey to the New Frontiers team. Peadar is the new Programme Manager at the ERIC – Enterprise & Research Incubation Centre (Carlow Institute of Technology). He has extensive experience working in business and management consultancy, and is looking forward to sharing this knowledge with the entrepreneurs at Carlow.
Congratulations to the amazing New Frontiers participants who took home awards from last night’s BOI Startup Awards: Alma Jordan (AgriKids), Louise Murphy (CycLok), Norma O’Mahony (Effy), Kevin McCaffrey (Tr3dent), Oliver Hynes (HUB Controls), and Noreen Doyle (Irish Biltong). A very strong showing for female entrepreneurship, which the New Frontiers programme is delighted to support!
EquiRatings, founded by New Frontiers alumnus Diarmuid Byrne, has announced the opening of its new offices in Carlow. Unum officially launched the Unum Launchpad in Shamrock Plaza Carlow and EquiRatings will be the first company to take up residence.
The Irish Times features an article about the new form-tracking system called the EquiRatings Quality Index, created by EquiRatings Limited – cofounded by New Frontiers participant Diarmuid Byrne.
Niamh Sheehan and the team at Higgleoo TV are currently shooting their pilot TV programme. Higgleoo TV is an interactive entertainment company for young kids under seven. According to Niamh “Higgleoo TV programmes and digital properties enable children to develop their social and emotional skills.”