AirOPol, founded by John O’Callaghan, has a labour-saving cutlery polisher for commercial kitchens that innovatively uses air instead of vibration to do the job. He is featured on irishtimes.com.
Congratulations to Sarah Kiely, New Frontiers alumna and founder of Sadie’s Kitchen, on winning ‘Food Entrepreneur of the Year’ at the recent Irish Women’s Awards 2019.
New Frontiers alumna, Ailbhe Keane, and her sister Isabel (Izzy) are going from strength to strength with Izzy Wheels. The company sells colourful, stylish spoke guards for wheelchairs – transforming a medical device into a fashion statement and means of self-expression. The sisters were featured on independent.ie.
New Frontiers participant, Katerina Duke, has developed a scalable platform that will make the science of animal nutrition easy and accessible to all farmers. Her startup, Áine NutriScience, is featured on irishtimes.com.
Foodoppi is an online food network for children, featuring videos, recipes and competitions, with a sprinkling of science thrown in too. New Frontiers participant, Aisling Larkin, is featured with her co-founder Louise Lennox on bizplus.ie.
Aimee Madden has developed and launched CliniShift, a digital platform that enables hospitals to fill vacant shifts at short notice with appropriately qualified clinical staff. The New Frontiers participant is featured on irishtimes.com.