Wednesday, 20 March 2013
4 Startups to get a 1 Years Support to launch in Belfast
Startup Academy Ireland in association with Silicon Ireland News, is launching a new support initiative in Belfast for Startup businesses. If successful it will launch additional centres.
The concept is simple. Ireland companies supporting the new breed of tech companies, directly. No Government agencies or or government funds.
No equity stakes, No IP ownership, No boardroom seats, just support for the startups that they need. This is a Not-For Profit venture and will cost the startups nothing at all for a full year, from the time they start.
So what will the Startups get:
A Desk in our open plan office in Belfast.
All costs covered, electricity, rates and cleaning (cause we know startups can be messy)
An internet connection (wifi and managed network)
Conference room, with video conference facilities
Full year of mentoring, with Legal, Accountant, Technical and entrepreneur mentors to provide advice and help when the startup needs help.
The great news is its open now and ready to accept Startups from April 2013.
Is your company interested in Supporting this project? - If so please contact - StartupSupport@siliconirelandnews.com
Some photos of the office space:
With computers or without:
Existing resident - Startup : Forward Funders
relax on the leather sofa!