The Startup Gathering of Ireland 2015 programme of events was launched in last week by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, T.D together with Minister of State for Business and Employment, Ged Nash TD in NDRC, Digital Exchange, Dublin 8. The aim of the Startup Gathering 2015 is to promote entrepreneurship and help develop world class regional startup hubs as well as highlighting Ireland’s startup sector to global entrepreneurs, investors and R&D teams.
With more than 300 events taking place across Ireland, it will be one of the largest events of its kind in the world, with the intention of promoting entrepreneurship and the development of regional start-up hubs.
Startup Commons (a Grow VC Group company) is a partner for the event. One of the main events to take place across the five cities will be the open forum conference event, which invites start-ups to come together to discuss the big ideas that will turn their location into a start-up hub. These sessions will be facilitated by CEO Oscar Ramirez of Start-up Commons Global, which specialises in online solutions for governments to manage, measure and monitor start-up ecosystems.
Read more on Silicon Republic and The Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation of Ireland.