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Irish animal feed producer Alltech is launching a new accelerator programme in Dublin for agritech startups. The Pearse Lyons Accelerator, which is being launched in partnership with Dublin-based Dogpatch Labs, is a three-month programme for 10 startups in areas like nutritional sciences, 3D printing, drones, AI, sensors, and robotics.
It’s safe to say Dublin has always been a very important location for online search and advertising giant Google. To wit, its EMEA HQ is located in the heart of the historic docklands district (AKA Silicon Docks) of the Irish capital, and the company even boasts that it has
If you’ve been paying attention, Ireland’s NDRC has (maybe not so) quietly been taking on some of the biggest players in the biz, even adopting some of their founder-friendly terms, and is now halfway through the first 6-month programme since being taken over by one of Dublin’s favourite startup
NDRC has announced that as of today, applications are open for this new accelerator which, for the first time, offers successful applicants a €100,000 investment using SAFE (Simple Agreement for Future Equity) and ‘founder friendly’ terms. The bi-annual programme will feature 12 chosen startups (6 per cohort), each receiving
Hello! Here is what happened today in European tech: Deals – Estonian ride-hailing firm and Uber rival Bolt has raised €150 million euros in a funding round led by D1 Capital Partners. The company declined to disclose its valuation but said it was up from the €1.7 billion it