‘Despite the chaos caused by Covid-19, Ireland’s start-ups keep on innovating’
Here are 50 to watch in 2021:
The year ahead will be an interesting one for Ireland’s entrepreneurs. The evidence is that despite the challenges caused by the pandemic, Ireland’s appetite for start-ups shows no signs of abating.
According to latest figures from credit risk analyst CRIFVision-net, Irish start-up figures are showing positive signs of Covid-19 recovery, with Q3 showing a 37pc increase in start-up registrations versus the previous quarter.
Venture capital funding into Irish SMEs increased by 41pc to €192.8m in the third quarter of 2020, compared to €136.4m last year, according to the latest Irish Venture Capital Association (IVCA) VenturePulse survey published in association with William Fry. This follows a record second quarter (Q2) this year when funding increased by 58pc to €363.8m.
Going into 2021 after a year like no other, here are the 50 start-ups to watch in 2021:
Read the full article here: https://www.thinkbusiness.ie/articles/irish-startups-entrepreneurs-to-watch-2021/
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