"Goes Free"

The award winning software that helps entrepreneurs, start-ups and micro enterprise are providing their cloud based service free to everyone with an idea in Ireland. After discussions with Enterprise Ireland and Government the Wicklow based company decided that to delay further its vision to foster a culture of entrepreneurship the time to “Go Free" could not be delayed.

Speaking on the announcement co-founder and CEO Loughlin Nestor commented “I am delighted that we are finally in a position to provide a startup up centre for all of Ireland, There is a wealth of enterprise in this country and from the onset our company has aspired to foster a culture for start-ups. It really doesn’t matter what age you are or how advanced your idea is, having a free system to guide you through the steps is invaluable. We are very excited about the impact this will on the startup culture have which will be available from 22nd September 2014.”

This new model is both exchequer positive and complementary to the existing support structures in operation. is cloud based software for start-ups. A nine step programme that directs and assists start-ups on the practical tasks involved in setting up a business. was recently shortlisted for an Irish Times Innovation Award, featured on RTE’s Barriers to Business programme with George Lee. gives new business start-ups instant access to their software free of charge. This software guides them towards setting up their business quickly and effectively, by separating the tasks into nine easy to follow steps—think of it as online mentoring – step by step and has modular applications and tools to help and make the process even easier.

“ is socially aware and it is vital in a country like ours where FDI is predominately targeted at the main urban centres that the other rural areas are not forgotten where jobs are not plentiful. Necessity driven entrepreneurship has been rising at a rate of knots for some time now; an indication that a definitive one stop shop needed to be provided to all the people of this mercantile island free of charge in order to give them the best possible chance of success.”

“It is also extremely important that everyone can benefit from now and in the future and that is our commitment to the startup culture of Ireland”.

“Today’s announcement of’s “Go Free” model is a further innovative step in improving and harnessing Ireland’s entrepreneurial community and we genuinely wish everyone the best of success in their endeavours with their startup ideas. Just give it a go you have nothing to lose and everything to gain” concluded Loughlin Nestor.