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Fund for Longford Start Ups

Entrepreneurs and early stage start up companies in Longford could secure up to €25,000 from a new €200,000 Enterprise Ireland Fund for the Midlands and Mid-East region. 

Details of the Enterprise Ireland Fund were announced by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny in the lead up to Christmas. The fund aims to stimulate innovative start-ups and to create growth and jobs in the region.

The fund opens on Monday January 11th and will close at 3pm on Monday January 25th. Through the fund Enterprise Ireland is seeking to support business with export potential and that have the capacity to achieve significant growth within three to four years.

The fund itself is open to individuals, early stage-stage companies or prospective businesses involved in manufacturing and internationally traded services. 

Full details of the Fund including the Application Form are available on the Enterprise Ireland website.

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