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  • New Ideas | Digital Times - Part 13
    Exhibition New Ideas By Stephen Conmy January 11 2014 50th BT Young Scientist Technology Exhibition opens New Ideas By Stephen Conmy January 8 2014 Limerick to host Silicon Valley Global Technology Forum New Ideas By Stephen Conmy January 7 2014 CoderDojo Sligo to host international DojoCon2014 New Ideas By Stephen Conmy January 3 2014 New year new ideas new feather in your cap New Ideas By Stephen Conmy December 24 2013 From a Tiny idea another big Rose New Ideas Selling online By Stephen Conmy December 16 2013 DIT to showcase the app developers of the future Mobile Sites Apps New Ideas By Stephen Conmy December 9 2013 Astronaut Commander Chris Hadfield to attend Young Scientist Exhibition New Ideas By Stephen Conmy December 2 2013 Dragons Den 2014 seeks entrepreneurs and inventors New Ideas By Stephen Conmy November 28 2013 Ireland s entire public transport system now on Google Maps New Ideas By Stephen Conmy November 27 2013 1 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Follow us on twitter Follow us on facebook Follow us on linkedin Subscribe to our feed Search DT Articles Stephen Conmy editor of Digital Times is now editor of ThinkBusiness ie Go to

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  • Startup Xpreso wins €30k NDRC 'Lift Off' competition - Digital Times | Digital Times
    uses a search algorithm that can identify undesirable objects in images of our clients It is developing key contextual image search services Inforama Inforama is a document production and automation platform which allows business to generate personalised documents policies invoices letters and emails in the cloud or on premise Vivos me Reinvented Recruitment Cvisual reinvents the conventional text based CV into an media rich interactive digital CV Job seekers will benefit from their information being presented more effectively but most value will be added to our corporate clients who can elect to use reinvented recruitment as their online job application gateway Twiddle Twiddle provides a new interface for those searching and navigating the web Instead of the usual list format that is provided through search engines like Google Twiddle allows user to navigate the web using an attractive interface aIt is an alternative approach to information discovery for internet surfers allowing them to navigate through categories of web content FoodCloud Food cloud s platform which is accessed via mobile application or website allows businesses to quickly upload details of their surplus food and send a text message notification to charities in a specified radius Medxnote Critical Connect powered by Medxnote is a secure HIPAA compliant communication platform for hospital healthcare professionals It aims to replace the pager and take hospitals out of the 1980 s and into the 21st Century CloudDock CloudDock is a central hub for email calendar and file storage services and bridges the gap between them Social Energy Social Energy is an online education platform for not for profit organisations Social Energy will provide classes interviews case studies and white papers on a range of subjects such as How to develop a social media strategy Raise funds using crowdfunding and The importance of branding Loylap Loylap is

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  • Dell will help start-ups at Web Summit 2014 | Digital Times
    session where senior Dell executives will give their expertise and provide feedback and advice for the 200 startups shortlisted to take part in the Summit s official pitch competition Dell will also provide workshops on a range of topics relevant to entrepreneurs including how to manage customer segmentation and how to scale a company for growth These will be offered throughout the course of the Summit with members of the Dell team on hand to provide business and technology consulting to attendees Dell at the Web Summit the global Dell for Entrepreneurs programme s key elements are Entrepreneur in Residence EIR a position established to support Dell s goals around helping small and medium businesses scale and prosper and fuel the expansion of global entrepreneurship thereby creating jobs that will drive the world economy Dell recently appointed humanitarian Elizabeth Gore as their second EIR to extend Dell s global advocacy efforts to raise entrepreneurship to the public policy agenda encouraging policies and practices that support and enable entrepreneurial growth globally Dell Women s Entrepreneur Network DWEN a global network of female founders and CEOs who share best practices build business opportunities through collaboration explore international expansion and access new resources that support business growth Founders 50 a highly curated group of CEOs and founders who are given personal access to technology counsel and help with strategic planning from Dell team members with experience in fast growth companies Dell Innovators Credit Fund a hyper growth fund launched as part of Dell Financial Services DFS to provide entrepreneurs with access to financing that helps spread the cost of technology Related posts Dell launches 10 million fund for Irish tech start ups Seedcamp wants to back more start ups with a 30m war chest Student Summit 2014 descends on Dublin Castle AIB Discovery

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  • Silicon Valley Global Technology Summit coming to Dublin | Digital Times
    Technology Blanchardstown ITB the seventh ITLG annual summit will be hosted in venues throughout North Dublin from the Helix at DCU to Malahide Castle and ITB The ITLG delegation led by ITLG chairman Craig Barrett and founder and CEO John Hartnett will include executives from the global tech sector including Intel DELL Arvato and Disney among others This year the event will be moderated by Forbes journalist and technology analyst Paul Noglows and the agenda will focus on key tech trends such as Big Data and Cloud the Internet of Things and wearable technology the AgTech revolution as well as looking to the critical ingredients of the technology boom education investment and entrepreneurship The number of tech start ups and innovative solutions being created in Ireland is incredibly promising and this is what attracts our Silicon Valley investors to Ireland year on year said John Hartnett CEO ITLG at the launch of the Global Technology Summit in Fingal Dublin The ITLG Summit will also allow Irish executives in early stage companies to meet and collaborate with international investors expanding their network creating new business opportunities and US market opportunities all of which which aims to drive job creation in the region Startups and entrepreneurs will also have the chance to pitch for investment to leading VCs as well as access to experts in IP and commercialisation of research For more information or to register please visit www itlg org Related posts Limerick to host Silicon Valley Global Technology Forum DCU student start ups join Silicon Valley accelerator programme Dublin is turning into a true technology epicentre The Surf Summit in Mayo Dublin ITLG Silicon Valley Global Technology Summit tech conference Stephen Conmy Editor writer content specialist digital consultant and event organiser Read more by Stephen Conmy Follow Stephen Conmy on

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  • Go Global Archives - Digital Times | Digital Times
    Raise Money By Stephen Conmy June 23 2015 Follow us on twitter Follow us on facebook Follow us on linkedin Subscribe to our feed Search DT Articles Stephen Conmy editor of Digital Times is now editor of ThinkBusiness ie Go to ThinkBusiness ie for your business needs News feed Top stories in your inbox Top trending stories A list of Ireland s start up funds and business supports New film

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  • Web Summit Archives - Digital Times | Digital Times
    now editor of ThinkBusiness ie Go to ThinkBusiness ie for your business needs Tag Web Summit Irish startups Pointy Cesanta and Xpreso win Web Summit competition Growing your business Raise Money By Stephen Conmy June 23 2015 Microsoft and NDRC to host open mic night for start ups New Ideas Raise Money By Stephen Conmy October 31 2014 Dell will help start ups at Web Summit 2014 Growing your business Raise Money By Stephen Conmy October 31 2014 HouseMyDog wants to transform the dog minding industry Growing your business New Ideas By Stephen Conmy August 19 2014 Watch the WebSummit live Raise Money By Stephen Conmy October 26 2013 Follow us on twitter Follow us on facebook Follow us on linkedin Subscribe to our feed Search DT Articles Stephen Conmy editor of Digital Times is now editor of ThinkBusiness ie Go to ThinkBusiness ie for your business needs News feed Top stories in your inbox Top trending stories A list of Ireland s start up funds and business supports New film about the Irish game development sector IrishGameDev The Digital Times we live in Promote your Service Become a Digital Times partner Subjects Build a site Growing your business Mobile

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  • Should Irish pension funds invest in tech start-ups? - Digital Times | Digital Times
    term within their existing funds New capital will need to be raised from the private sector to fund SMEs into the future Mr Keogh also said that Irish pension funds which are valued at over 80 billion should consider venture capital investment as a small part of a diversified investment strategy Because of low returns from cash and bonds pension funds are seeking alternative investments Right now as an asset class venture capital is offering a good investment opportunity IPOs are on the increase and exits are back on the agenda with Tier 1 global tech firms willing to spend their cash on acquiring VC backed tech companies Regina Breheny director general IVCA added that the Irish venture capital community continues to be the main source of funding for Irish innovative SMEs both through direct investment and as the local lead investor for international syndicates In 2013 funds raised from international players was 119m an increase of 22 on 2012 Since the onset of the credit crunch in 2008 over 650m of international funds has been leveraged by Irish VCs into indigenous SMEs She added that first round funding was 18 of funds raised compared to 20 in 2012 Seed funds supported by the banking sector and EI s Seed Venture Capital Programme of 2006 2012 are close to being fully invested These funds will need to be renewed if entrepreneurs are to be supported as actively as in the last five years Main points from survey The IVCA VenturePulse survey shows that Irish companies raised 284 9m from investors in 2013 despite the continuing global credit crunch This compares with funds raised of 269m in the same period of 2012 an increase of 6 Total seed funds raised in 2013 is 51 6m 18 of total funds raised This

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  • Irish SMEs see significant increase in VC funding - Digital Times | Digital Times
    the first half of 2013 compared to 116 7m the same period last year an jump of 41 according to the latest Irish Venture Capital Association VenturePulse survey Stephen Keogh a corporate partner in William Fry which acted as legal advisers in over half of the funding rounds in the second quarter suggests however that all Irish seed funds are close to being fully invested These funds will need to be renewed if Irish entrepreneurs are to be supported as actively as in the last five years he says Since the onset of the credit crunch in 2008 approximately 800 Irish SMEs raised venture capital of 1 7bn Related posts AIB JumpStart seeks more entries for 25 000 prize One to watch Irish HR software start up Elephant UCD s O Brien Centre represents new high for Science in Ireland An island of iPads and followers investment money SMEs start ups VC Stephen Conmy Editor writer content specialist digital consultant and event organiser Read more by Stephen Conmy Follow Stephen Conmy on Follow Stephen Conmy on twitter Follow Stephen Conmy on facebook Follow Stephen Conmy on linkedin Partners Follow us on twitter Follow us on facebook Follow us on linkedin

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