Could you be Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur?
Young entrepreneurs have just five weeks left to try and win a share of a €2m investment fund and business supports.
If you have a business or business idea you can apply for Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur (IBYE) Competition 2018 until September 29.
Successful entrants must be able to demonstrate real commercial potential for their business or business idea.
The IBYE Competition 2018 could be the first step on the way to commercialise your business idea or expand your existing business.
If you are aged between 18 and 35 enter IBYE today for your chance to win a share of the €50,000 county investment fund through your Local Enterprise Office (LEO).
There is a €100,000 investment fund available for the overall national category winners.
Applications can be made online; it’s free to enter; and you could also win a place at a Business Bootcamp.
Last year, more than 180 young entrepreneurs won investment funding of between €3,000 and €15,000 each for their business through IBYE.
A 26-year-old physiotherapist from Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown who developed an app that is transforming the lives of thousands of people with Parkinson’s disease all over the world is Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur (IBYE) 2017.
Ciara Clancy of Beats Medical won a €45,000 investment fund through the Local Enterprise Offices after winning the title at this year’s IBYE national final.
For more information and to apply online click here