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Cloudmsith previously raised €2.45m  in seed funding in 2019.

Software supply chain management company Cloudsmith has raised $15 million (€12.8 million) in funding in a landmark investment for a Northern Irish te(...)

CattleEye chief executive Terry Canning. The first version of the company’s product detects locomotion deviations, which are highly correlated to lameness in dairy cows.

Belfast-based livestock-monitoring tech company CattleEye has secured $2.5 million (€2.1 million) in seed investment as it looks to go to market. Cat(...)

Paradoxx chief executive Yolanda Cooper: start-up has developed a haircare range that is plastics-free, uses natural and organic vegan ingredients and is cruelty-free.

Belfast-based We Are Paradoxx, a sustainable plastics-free Irish haircare brand, has raised £3 million (€3.5 million) in investment with backers inclu(...)

Neurovalens co-founder and chief executive Dr Jason McKeown

Irish health-tech company Neurovalens has raised £5.1 million (€5.6m) as it looks to secure regulatory approval for a headset it has developed that ca(...)

BrainWaveBank employs 18 engineers, scientists, and commercialisation experts

Belfast-based medtech company BrainWaveBank, which has developed what it describes as a “Fitbit for the brain”, has raised £1.1 million (€1.2 million)(...)

Cloudsmith was founded in 2013

Belfast-headquartered technology company Cloudsmith has raised £2.1 million (€2.45 million) in seed funding to bring its next-generation artifact repo(...)

The global 3D printing medical devices market is set to grow by more than 20% in the next five years.

Belfast-based medical technology company Axial3D has raised £2.4 million (€2.67 million) in funding as it looks to expand into new markets. Founded b(...)

Dr Jason McKeown  wearing the Modius headband

Neurovalens, a Belfast-headquartered technology company that has developed a headband which can help users to lose weight, has raised £4.6 million (€5(...)