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Shopping companion app dip to make the high-street great again

by: Startacus Admin ~ 16th May 2019
dip is a new free to download and free to use shopping companion app that will show users relevant deals based on their hyper-location. A young startup team based in Belfast, Northern Ireland is launching a new mobile app intended to disrupt the voucher industry at the end of this month. The app is called dip which is an acronym for Deals in Places. It allows users to access deals, discounts and ...
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Startup Support in...Belfast

by: Startacus Admin ~ 28th April 2019
Belfast based startups and entrepreneurs take note - here's the lowdown on key startup support and help available where you are.. Away from the established startup hubs like London, the support for setting up a business in the UK isn’t always so clear. It’s not a lack of support, just a quieter ecosystem that takes a little more work to unearth. We want to help with this by highlighti...
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A new era of clinical communication

by: Startacus Admin ~ 15th April 2019
Technology has transformed how people interact. We are on the cusp of an exciting new era in clinical communication, and a key shift in the empowerment of patients as a stakeholder in healthcare. "As Tim Cook (Apple) stated recently, the Healthcare market’s potential could dwarf the smartphone market, which currently accounts for some 65% of Apple’s total revenue, and the statistics t...
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Irish AgriTech Grows in International Significance

by: Startacus Admin ~ 23rd March 2019
The agritech sector in Ireland can stake a claim as a major international agritech player. We take a look at a number of Irish agritech startups that continue to impress. Written by Alastair Cameron, Startacus co-founder, Head of Startup Programmes at Digital DNA HQ, Maserati100, startup champion, freelance trainer.Ireland is steeped in history as a farming nation and economy. 5000-odd years ago,...
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Northern Ireland startup financing and funding

by: Startacus Admin ~ 21st March 2019
What are the main types of financing and investing options that are available to an early-stage Northern Ireland startup? In 17 minutes, we chatted to Paul O'Brien from the Investment team at commercial law firm Tughans, about the NI funding and financing options that are available to a NI startup, from bootstrapping, friends and family, proof of concept funds, angel investors, VC funds, crow...
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Startup World cup returns to Belfast for 2019

by: Startacus Admin ~ 27th February 2019
The Startup World cup returns to Belfast for 2019 with the NI regionals held on 25 March and once again delivered by Belfast Global Shapers.January of last year saw the Startup World Cup expand to include Belfast in its regionals. This month sees it return once again to give one NI startup the chance to win $1,000,000 investment. The Startup World Cup is an American platform powered by Fenox Vent...
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IgniteNI Accelerator to offer startups San Francisco landing pad

by: Startacus Admin ~ 14th December 2018
IgniteNI Accelerator is aiming to put investment-ready tech companies on a global stage, thanks to their new San Francisco 'landing pad'. Open to startups the world over, the IgniteNI Accelerator is a 12-week programme designed to put established technology companies, who need help scaling and raising further investment, on a global stage. Based at the beautiful and expanding Ormeau Baths i...
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Cyber Security startup Uleska secures £500k

by: Startacus Admin ~ 7th December 2018
Belfast-based software cyber security company Uleska this week announced that it has secured £500,000 in investment and sales, which will enable it to significantly grow product development and double its headcount. The company has raised £325,000 in investment from a combination of institutional and private investors, including Techstart NI, Clarendon Fund Managers and Dennis Mu...
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Why the NI startup sector will continue to grow

by: Startacus Admin ~ 5th November 2018
As the tech startup scene and startup ecosystem in NI continues to grow, Clare Kelly, Director of leading serviced offices and coworking spaces provider, Glandore suggests that this growth is only the beginning of a further period of continued sector development. "The tech startup scene and startup ecosystem in Northern Ireland will only continue to grow. It doesn’t take much to ...
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