Cash backed start-up project

Entrepreneurs in Laois with an innovative business idea can now apply for New Frontiers 2013 commencing in July.

Entrepreneurs in Laois with an innovative business idea can now apply for New Frontiers 2013 commencing in July.

Athlone Institute of Technology in partnership with NUI Maynooth will deliver the programme in the Midlands Mid-East region.

New Frontiers is an Enterprise Ireland-funded programme that provides entrepreneurs with the skills, networks, facilities and supports necessary to navigate the business start-up process. Participants receive six-month €15,000 salary support from Enterprise Ireland.

Evelyn Reddin, Assistant CEO Laois County Enterprise Board, said promoting e

“Increasing the number of new innovative high-growth export-focused companies in the region is a key objective for Laois CEB and Enterprise Ireland. We are fully committed to working in partnership with the New Frontiers start-ups to help them build their capabilities and secure international market access for their products and services,” she said..

For more information, please contact Programme Manager, Bert Farrell at 090-6483043 or see www.ait.ie/newfrontiers.