Our partners and networks are key to the provision of a comprehensive range of services to Propelor supported start-ups. Below are some of the partners with whom we work daily.

Enterprise Ireland is the government organisation responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets.

They work in partnership with Irish enterprises to help them start, grow, innovate and win export sales in global markets.

The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment leads in advising and implementing the government’s policies of stimulating the productive capacity of the economy and creating an environment which enables employment creation and sustainability. The department is also charged with promoting fair competition in the marketplace, protecting consumers and safeguarding workers.

EBN (European Business and Innovation Centre Network) is a not-for-profit that serves a pan-European, global community of people that use innovative business as a driver for regional (economic) development.

WestBIC provide a bespoke service to match early stage, start up and scale-up enterprises with the most appropriate source of finance for their business model. They support entrepreneurs through their journey from concept to commercialisation.

Since 1988, Furthr® has provided ambitious founders with everything they need to start and scale their businesses. Through their game-changing consultancy, programmes, and events, they guarantee that their innovators will stand before their network of potential investors with confidence. They enable Irish start-ups to go Furthr, faster.

CorkBIC is a private-sector led organisation, specifically set up to identify and build knowledge intensive companies based on promising technology and capable innovative people.

The Local Enterprise Offices are your local first-stop shop for seeking information and support on starting or growing a business in Ireland. Whether you are a new entrepreneur or an existing small business owner.

South East Technological University is the first technological university in south east Ireland. This gives them an exciting platform to establish their community as a centre for innovation, opportunity, and growth.

New Frontiers is the national entrepreneurial development programme for ambitious early-stage entrepreneurs with innovative business ideas which have the potential to scale and provide employment. It provides the skills, support, and confidence needed to make the leap to starting a successful business.

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