Next month, there will be a digital start-up summit in Limerick.
Scale Ireland, an independent organization that represents Irish tech start-ups and scaling businesses, will serve as the event’s host.
The third regional summit of this kind will center on the opportunities and difficulties facing the industry.
In order to gather the opinions of founders and CEOs on the most important challenges affecting them, Scale Ireland, in collaboration with Google, Enterprise Ireland, the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF), and Atlantic Bridge, has released the most recent “State of Start-ups Survey” ahead of the event.These comprise the following: cash availability, AI potential, staffing and skill levels, and the efficiency of important state supports and laws.
Scale Ireland Chief Executive Martina Fitzgerald stated, “Our third Regional Start-up Summit comes at a time when the Government’s ambition is to position Ireland as a global innovation leader.”
“So this is an important opportunity for tech leaders around the country to debate the significant opportunities of Ireland’s indigenous tech sector to our economic future – a conversation which is of growing importance,” Fitzgerald said.
Currently, Ireland is home to over 2,000 indigenous tech start-ups and scaling businesses that employ over 45,000 people.
With its highly educated workforce, accessible capital, and advantageous tax rules, Ireland provides a climate that is conducive to startup success. Nearly 60% of the companies in the Irish startup industry are based in Dublin, which serves as the center of the scene for both domestic and foreign entrepreneurs.