Insight: Orla Gogarty
NDRC's Helen Fullen spoke to Orla Gogarty, Director of Digital Health, Transformation and Partnerships at
St Patricks Mental Health Services and supporter of The Ireland Funds Business Plan Competition 2019.
The NDRC Podcast hears from Julie O'Donnell, CEO of Medit, whose attempts to kickstart a new age in communication between medical professionals are starting to take shape.
Today, The Ireland Funds Business Plan Competition, in partnership with NDRC and St Patrick's Mental Health Services (SPMHS), announced details of a special €5,000 prize fund for a technology idea that focuses on mental health.
The NDRC Podcast hears from Lucinda Kelly, CEO of Popertee, about the trials and tribulations behind forming a business, the the journey towards raising funding and scaling in the UK and Ireland.
The Ireland Funds, in partnership with NDRC, has launched the annual Business Plan Competition 2019, offering €24,000 to kick-start three new technology business ideas.
NDRC runs acceleration activities all over Ireland, with various programmes running in Dublin, Galway and Waterford throughout the year. Startups willing to relocate to secure the funding benefit most.
Finding your customer is an integral part of building a business. Developing a process where your customer finds, and funds, you? Perfect. Or is it…
NDRC at PorterShed is once again on the lookout for startups to join its Galway-based accelerator programme. Applications are open until the end of March, with NDRC at PorterShed’s third accelerator beginning in May this year.
Founding a business on your own is a brave move, but bravery isn’t always rewarded, or necessarily the right move. NDRC’s portfolio of companies sees those with multiple founders performing higher than those with sole founders. Alan Costello, venture leader at NDRC, discusses some elements you may want to consider when finding a person to set up shop with.
NDRC's portfolio of companies enjoyed another positive 12 months in 2018. In a year which saw NDRC recognise its first Decade of Investing, businesses in its portfolio raised more than €50 million through private investment and funding.