Graduating companies from the New Frontiers programme at LINC are not short on ambition.

Twelve entrepreneurs from phase two of Enterprise Ireland’s New Frontiers Programme at the Learning and Innovation Centre (LINC), based at the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown, say they plan to generate 60 new jobs in the next 12 months explains the article written by John Kenedy from Siliconrepublic.   The article gives a brief on the LINC programme and a quick outline on the next stages for each business.

We loved being on the course with such inventive and creative people. Very inspiring. The workshops were presented by a wide selection of experts with all sorts of business skills. if you are an Irish startup business we would highly recommend looking into LINC r the New Frontiers Programme.

LINK to the article is here:
https://www.siliconrepublic.com/start-ups/linc-dublin-start-ups-project-60-new-jobs-next-year