Find out why Kerry is a great location for startups and what the Tom Crean Business Centre offers to New Frontiers participants!
ViClarity has announced that regulatory compliance consulting firm, PolicyWorks LLC, headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa, will rebrand under the ViClarity name. The rebrand will enable the organisations to drive growth globally through the combination of leading-edge technology and consulting expertise. Read more on irishbusinessfocus.ie.
Tralee start-up Wazp is responsible for the production of Ikea’s first mass-produced 3D printed product, a stylish piece of home decor in the shape of a hand, and looks to become the world’s largest supplier of 3D printed consumer products. Find out more in this feature on irishexaminer.com.
Fergal Hynes is a New Frontiers alumnus and founder of Expert Software Test. His startup has developed an innovative application programme interface (API) testing product, which is featured on irishexaminer.com.
New Frontiers participant and founder of StoryStock, Francis Fitzgibbon, is featured on irishtimes.com. His startup is seeking to build one of the world’s largest communities of journalists and storytellers as well as creating a massive digital archive, featuring ordinary people with stories to tell.
Ballybunion-based entrepreneur and New Frontiers alumnus, Barry Liston, aims to break into the UK and US markets with his eco-friendly skateboard designs. Read the recent feature about him in the Irish Examiner.
Dr Ailis Brosnan, New Frontiers participant and founder of Your Healthy Living Coach, will be starting her first online weight loss programme on 19th October. It’s a holistic, supported approach for people who are fed up with fad diets and want to change their lifestyle for the better.
Shane Hassett is a New Frontiers participant and founder of Wazp. The company just won Best Start Up at yesterday’s Young Kerry Entrepreneur 2015 awards. Wazp is building software that enables product concept owners to easily locate flexible factories and 3D Printers near or at the point of need and get products manufactured on-demand. Congratulations, guys!
Mother and daughter team, Maureen and Sam Harrison, have gone from making wedding cakes to top-end spreads for cakes, bread, scones or ice-cream. They will official launch this September at the Speciality and Fine Food Fair in London and are featured on today’s irishtimes.com.