UK events and projects the UK team are involved with

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FinTech to Change the world by 2020

With around $25 billion invested into FinTech companies last year, it is clear the effects are at scale across all aspects of the innovation landscape. This is going to touch every part of the globe.

Irish Companies Reach for the Sky – FIA 2016

There will be a strong Irish presence at Farnborough this year, with several Enterprise Ireland clients engaging in a Meet the Buyer programme at the event. Moreover, there will be Ministerial attendance at an afternoon networking reception on the Wednesday of the programme. We are proud to be supporting 6 companies who represent the very best of innovation and quality in precision engineering and composites, as well as a cluster organisation from Ireland’s South West:

€50k up for grabs for start-ups across the World

Enterprise Ireland has launched a Competitive Start Fund specifically for start-ups that are currently outside Ireland but are willing to relocate to Ireland. What is on offer for those that are successful is pretty good: €50k investment from Enterprise Ireland (for a...

LAMMA Agriculture Show 2016

Agriculture enthusiasts descended in their thousands on the East of England Showground in Peterborough last week for the annual LAMMA Agriculture Show. The show, boasting over 40,000 attendees, is the flagship agriculture trade show for the UK, and this year proved to be as successful as ever.

Report on recent G-Cloud Seminar

18 representatives of Irish companies attended a recent event in Dublin which provided a brilliant overview and detailed insight in to the G-Cloud, how you get on it, and then how you win business from the UK public sector once you are on it. This article provides and overview and links to the presentations.

Enterprise Ireland Hot Desks Area

Enterprise Ireland is pleased to provide Irish client companies with free use of a Hot Desk facility at our offices in central London. The hot desk area is located behind the reception area. There is also one small meeting room adjacent to the Hot Desk area. The hot desk and the hot desk meeting room must be booked in advance. There is no charge for using this resource, that can be booked in half day sessions

A view on Web Summit move to Lisbon

Following last week’s news that the Dublin Web Summit is to move to Lisbon in 2016, it was refreshing to read the view from Dublin’s Start Up Commissioner, Niamh Bushnell who contemplates whether there will be less funding for Irish start-ups; whether Irish companies will lose customers or their competitive edge; or whether multinationals move their R&D teams out of Ireland because one annual 3-day conference decides to locate to another country?

All set for Ireland’s biggest med-tech event

Med in Ireland 2015 is ready to welcome guests from around the world. Enterprise Ireland hosts this bi-annual event in order to showcase Ireland’s impressive capability across the spectrum of medical technologies, from medical devices through to sub-contract, and from diagnostics to connected health, and everything in between.

Water, Oil & Gas Conference

Water is a vital component of the Oil and Gas industry. Large volumes of fresh water and seawater are used for the core activities of extraction and production. It is estimated that three barrels of fresh water are needed for each barrel of oil extracted. A considerable volume of seawater is also used in cooling systems and to maintain pressure in oil reservoirs. To find out more about this one day conference at the Coventry University Technology Park on 2nd December, click on the image or title…

Offsite Construction Show

Please join us at the inaugural OffSite Construction Show in London. The event which will be taking place on the 14th and 15th of October at London’s Excel Exhibition Centre will offer an opportunity for market experts to discuss in person the adoption of Off Site Construction techniques

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