Tag: Dublin

Writing for Tiny wins Tech Startup of the Year

Congratulations to Writing for Tiny, founded by New Frontiers alumna, Gail Condon. The company won the Tech Start-Up of the Year award at the European Tech Cluster Leaders Awards in Cork last week.

New Innovators: Fydiz

Adrien Lachaize is the founder of Fydiz. The startup has developed a tool that links firms with 3D modelling and design experts, and the platform is about to go live. Read their feature on irishtimes.com.

Kidsflush gets investment from Touker Suleyman

New Frontiers alumnus, Jamie Lawlor, recently braved the Dragons on the UK version of Dragons’ Den and came away with a £40,000 investment for his startup, Kidsflush. The product helps children to flush the loo, and Jamie’s appearance in the Den caused quite a stir on social media, as reported in the Daily Mail.

Winners at the BOI Startup Awards

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!

Virgin Media Voom 2016

Two New Frontiers participants, Sarah Roarty (N17 Brewery) and Niall Moloney (PowCow), have made it through to the Voom 2016 29-hour live pitchathon on 1st and 2nd June. Good luck!

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