Partners

Bank of Ireland

Programme Partner

Bank of Ireland is Ireland’s largest bank offering a full range of banking service for individuals, businesses and corporates.

Bank of Ireland has supported IGNITE since 2012 as part of a remit to support start-ups and SMEs across the country. As well as valuable financial support, the bank provides IGNITE participants with access to practical financial advice, an extensive network of contacts and to the Bank of Ireland Innovation Team.

Cork County Council

Programme Partner

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Cork County Council is the local authority responsible for local government in County Cork, the largest county in Ireland with an area of 7,500 sq km and a population of over 400,000.

The Council has supported the programme since 2011 as part of its remit to support economic development in the region. The Council provides financial support through its Economic Development Fund as well as practical non-financial supports as appropriate.

Cork City Council

Programme Partner

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Cork City Council is the local authority responsible for local government in Cork City, the second largest city in Ireland with a population of over 125,000.

The Council has supported the programme since 2012 as part of its remit to support economic development in the region. The Council provides financial support through its Economic Development Fund as well as practical non-financial supports as appropriate.

Local Enterprise Offices

Programme Partner

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The Local Enterprise Offices form a network of 31 offices across the country that provide training, mentoring and financial supports to anyone starting or growing a business.

The three Local Enterprise Offices (LEO) of Cork City, South Cork and North & West Cork have supported IGNITE since its launch in 2011. The LEOs provide important financial support to the programme.

       

  

 

 

 

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IGNITE UCC

Clár Gnó Iarchéime IGNITE

Western Gateway Building, University College Cork

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