Galway business wins top innovation award
Atlantic Prosthetic Orthotic Solutions (APOS) in Oranmore is celebrating after scooping a coveted award from InterTradeIreland. It is one of only six businesses across the island that has been recognised by the cross-border body for its innovation capabilities.
Galway-based Byowave wins annual InterTradeIreland Seedcorn Awards
Galway-based tech start-up Byowave has been named the overall winner of the prestigious InterTradeIreland Seedcorn Investor Readiness Competition, pocketing a cash prize of €100,000.
Taoiseach commends InterTradeIreland’s performance
InterTradeIreland has announced that in the year-to-date (January-October 2022) its programmes and initiatives have generated £100 million (€115 M) in business development value for SMEs. 3,500 businesses have been directly supported to generate cross-border exports, secure investment and accelerate their innovation pathway.
Business growth slowing as rising costs pile on the pressure
The latest InterTradeIreland Business Monitor (Q3 2022) reveals that while businesses are still expanding, the pace of growth is starting to flatten. The latest data shows that while sales and profits remain relatively buoyant, quarter-on-quarter, a pattern of slowing growth is emerging as rising costs pile on the pressure.
Northern Ireland regional winners of Seedcorn competition announced
Ballymena based Atlas Smart Technologies and Belfast firm SustainIQ have been named ‘Best New Start’ and ‘Best Early Stage’ company respectively at the Northern Ireland regional final of the 2022 InterTradeIreland Seedcorn Investor Readiness Competition.
Seedcorn competition Dublin regional winners announced
Mettacomms and Capella have been named ‘Best New Start’ and ‘Best Early Stage’ company respectively at the Dublin regional final of the 2022 InterTradeIreland Seedcorn Investor Readiness Competition.
Seedcorn competition Connacht and Leinster regional winners announced
Letterkenny based Itus Secure Technologies and Galway firm ByoWave have been named ‘Best New Start’ and ‘Best Early Stage’ company respectively at the Connacht and Leinster regional final of the 2022 InterTradeIreland Seedcorn Investor Readiness Competition.
Local companies secure €20,000 and spot in prestigious competition final
Waterford-based PlayerStat Data and Cork firm Lia Therapeutics have been named ‘Best New Start’ and ‘Best Early Stage’ company respectively at the Munster regional final of the 2022 InterTradeIreland Seedcorn Investor Readiness Competition.
Companies who export cross border twice as likely to experience strong growth
Data from InterTradeIreland’s latest Business Monitor survey (Q2 2022) reveals companies that export cross border are outperforming companies that do not, with 41 per cent enjoying rapid to moderate expansion. This is almost double compared to non-cross border traders (21 per cent).
Business resilience challenged as unprecedented rising costs begin to impact profitability
InterTradeIreland’s latest Business Monitor (Q1 2022) highlights the resilience of businesses across the island of Ireland, with sales remaining stable or improving for three quarters of companies (74 per cent).
Final call for Start-ups to ‘Win Big’ as €300,000 Seedcorn competition deadline looms
Innovative young companies urged to enter the island’s biggest investor readiness competition, with a top cash prize of €100,000 up for grabs.
Businesses opt for stability as recovery takes root
InterTradeIreland’s latest Business Monitor survey (Q4 2021) reveals that firms across the island are clawing back ground as the pandemic loosens its grip.
InterTradeIreland Chairman appointed
InterTradeIreland, the cross-border trade and economic development body, has announced the appointment of Richard Kennedy as its new Chairman.
Ground-breaking alliance provides solution to global concerns
US-Ireland R&D Partnership blends innovation and economic progress.
The £100 million international programme fuelling Research & Development
By connecting researchers and industry leaders in both Ireland and Northern Ireland with their peers in the United States, the potential for growth is far greater than if they operated purely within their own respective jurisdiction.
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