Chief executive of NDRC Ben Hurley:    “The market capital of ventures in the NDRC portfolio similarly experienced massive growth, trebling in just one year to €120 million.”

Start-ups and emerging companies supported by the National Digital Research Centre (NDRC) attracted €40 million in commercial investment last year, a(...)

NDRC chief executive Ben Hurley said the ranking provided further confirmation of the central place the centre maintains in the global innovation ecosystem. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Ireland’s National Digital Research Centre (NDRC) has been ranked in the top 2.5 per cent of incubators worldwide, and is the only Irish incubator ran(...)

NDRC chief executive Ben Hurley said the Female Founders programme is aimed at supporting women with high-tech business ideas. Photograph: Alan Betson /The Irish Times

A new initiative aimed at encouraging gender diversity in startups has been established by NDRC, offering commercial planning and technology advice(...)

Pictured at the start of NDRC’s LaunchPad accelerator programme are  Claire Burge (Winit),  Gary Leyden, director (NDRC’s LaunchPad) and  Terence Hong (Adjuno).

A new accelerator programme aimed at financial services technology firms is hoping to encourage innovation in the secto(...)

When Brian Acton and Jan Koum incorporated WhatsApp in 2009, they probably didn’t give much thought to the future sale prospects of their compa(...)

Newswhip is one of the NDRC’s success stories. It secured investment of $1.1 million in 2013. Pictured are Paul Quigley, CEO (l) and Andrew Mullaney, CTO (r).

Companies which received investment from NDRC have cumulatively secured €40 million in commercial follow-on investment from angel and venture capital (...)

National Digital Research Centre chief executive Ben Hurley (left) with  Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte and NDRC chairman Sean Baker at the launch of the NDRC annual report. Photograph: Conor Healy Photography

The National Digital Research Centre is getting an additional €17.5 million in investment from the Government as the organisation continues to support(...)