•Ministers Humphreys, Halligan and Breen announce that expressions of interest are now invited from groups considering applying for the Fund. •Funding projects that develop and deploy disruptive technologies through collaboration. •Fund worth €20m in 2019, rising to €30m in 2020, €40m in 2021 and €90m in 2022, with successful applicants in the first round to be announced by the end of 2018.
The half-day event is specifically targeted at people thinking of starting a business as well as small business owners and managers. In the context of Brexit, it is also an opportunity for businesses to seek advice from a range of experts on how to diversify and expand into new markets.
Workshops have been developed specifically for small and medium sized food businesses; providing practical advice on how to produce food safely