The benefit of the academy to startups
The academy can help you grow your business, connect with experienced mentors and with your peers in the startup community
The academy gives early stage companies the opportunity to learn from mentors, connect with the startup community, gain profile and quickly master the most challenging aspects of growing your business. Whether you are starting now with just an idea, or are already trading as a business, the academy can help you.
There are two ways to benefit. First, you can join us at an Entrepreneur Night at pubs and bars across Ireland between May and November, 2015. Second, you can apply for a place on the academy programme, open for applications from May and the Start-up Academy itself will start in February 2016.
AIB Start-up Nights across Ireland (May - November, 2015):
- Hear from mentors
- Mingle with startups
- Gain profile for your venture in The Irish Times
- Recruit talent or find collaborators
- Meet investors
Registration for Dublin, Cork and Galway Start – Up nights are now open. Click here for details of forthcoming nights.
The Start-up Academy at The Irish Times Building (February - April, 2016):
- Detailed coaching to grow your business
- Refine your business and improve your market fit and readiness
- Gain in depth video profile for your venture and its journey in The Irish Times
- Compete for prize