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NDRC has made more than €7 million in realisations from its portfolio since it was founded with around €50 million invested in start-ups over that period.

The management team that has run State-backed start-up accelerator NDRC since 2007 has confirmed it has lost the tender to run it for the next four ye(...)

OpinionX has developed an online platform that promises to extract more information than conventional tick-box surveys. Photograph: iStock

Before Covid became a byword for disruption, focus groups were the go-to solution for those who wanted to know what people thought about something. Th(...)

Content Llama founders Joleen Looney and Karina Kelly. Photograph: Andrew Downes

Online shopping has become a way of life for today’s consumers who expect crisp images and good product descriptions to pop up with a single click. Ho(...)

Smart Flow founder David Hogan sees the UK as a big potential market for his product. Photograph: Patrick Browne

David Hogan is a plumber with 17 years’ experience of dealing with the fallout from leaks, waste and excessive water consumption. Having tried and fai(...)

Frankli founders Noel Dykes and Cian Collins

Frankli is a Sligo-based start-up that believes it has cracked the often elusive goal of employee engagement, particularly where geographically disper(...)

NDRC chief executive Ben Hurley: he said that even with near full employment in the Republic there were still plenty of wannabe entrepreneurs establishing their own businesses

Follow-on investment in Irish technology companies initially backed by early-stage investor NDRC jumped 30 per cent last year to more than €250 millio(...)

New innovators: Tandem

Aisling Teillard and Jim O’Brien have worked in HR, performance management and people development for all of their careers. Now they have joined force(...)

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(...)

Dr Mick Carter and Gail Condon, founders of Writing for Tiny. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennell Photography

The first round of companies hoping to raise funds from Trinity College’s new crowdfunding platform ended their campaigns last week without hitting th(...)

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(...)

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