Sunday 18 March 2018

Deadline for Bank of Ireland Startup Awards extended until April 3 Business Desk

Open to companies and organisations across all sectors, awareness for the Bank of Ireland Startup Awards continues to grow annually, with almost 680 entries received in 2016.

With categories such as the ‘Food & Drink Entrepreneurial Startup’, claimed in 2016 by Waterford-based manufacturer Pip & Pear Babyfood, now sold in multiples throughout the country and Cyc-Lok who were the winner of the Sustainable Startup category went on to secure a contract with Dublin City Council after their win.

The category winners of the Bank of Ireland Startup Awards will go on to represent Ireland in the prestigious European Startup Awards which will take place later this year.

To enter or nominate someone for a Startup Award visit: Entry into the awards is free and is open to sole traders, partnerships and companies that have been set up in Ireland that are in business for three years or less at the closing date, with up to 30 employees. 

The awards judging committee will comprise representatives from Bank of Ireland,, Enterprise Ireland and leading Irish entrepreneurs.

The closing date for entries into the awards is Monday April 3 2017, the regional finals will take place during April with the national gala final taking place in Dublin on Thursday May 18, 2017. 

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