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Summary: 

CorkBIC is a private-sector led organisation, specifically set up to identify and build knowledge intensive companies based on promising technology and capable innovative people. CorkBIC plays a hands-on role helping entrepreneurs and start-ups navigate the minefield of raising finance, sorting out business propositions, arranging agreements with shareholders and investors, and, perhaps most important of all, finding customers. CorkBIC also works with many Enterprise Ireland (EI) scaling companies once they have received HPSU funding, in particular those who are looking to grow, expand, internationalise and scale their business.

Stakeholder typology: 
Medium-sized business (headcount 10 to 250)
Lead Partner: 
CorkBIC is a private-sector led organisation, specifically set up to identify and build knowledge intensive companies based on promising technology and capable innovative people. CorkBIC plays a hands-on role helping entrepreneurs and start-ups navigate the minefield of raising finance, sorting out business propositions, arranging agreements with shareholders and investors, and, perhaps most important of all, finding customers. CorkBIC also works with many Enterprise Ireland (EI) scaling companies once they have received HPSU funding, in particular those who are looking to grow, expand, internationalise and scale their business.
Background: 

CorkBIC is a private-sector led organisation, specifically set up to identify and build knowledge intensive companies based on promising technology and capable innovative people. CorkBIC plays a hands-on role helping entrepreneurs and start-ups navigate the minefield of raising finance, sorting out business propositions, arranging agreements with shareholders and investors, and, perhaps most important of all, finding customers. CorkBIC also works with many Enterprise Ireland (EI) scaling companies once they have received HPSU funding, in particular those who are looking to grow, expand, internationalise and scale their business.

Objectives: 

CorkBIC is a private-sector led organisation, specifically set up to identify and build knowledge intensive companies based on promising technology and capable innovative people. CorkBIC plays a hands-on role helping entrepreneurs and start-ups navigate the minefield of raising finance, sorting out business propositions, arranging agreements with shareholders and investors, and, perhaps most important of all, finding customers. CorkBIC also works with many Enterprise Ireland (EI) scaling companies once they have received HPSU funding, in particular those who are looking to grow, expand, internationalise and scale their business.

Results and Transferability: 

CorkBIC is a private-sector led organisation, specifically set up to identify and build knowledge intensive companies based on promising technology and capable innovative people. CorkBIC plays a hands-on role helping entrepreneurs and start-ups navigate the minefield of raising finance, sorting out business propositions, arranging agreements with shareholders and investors, and, perhaps most important of all, finding customers. CorkBIC also works with many Enterprise Ireland (EI) scaling companies once they have received HPSU funding, in particular those who are looking to grow, expand, internationalise and scale their business.

Project/Activity location and area of focus: 

CorkBIC is a private-sector led organisation, specifically set up to identify and build knowledge intensive companies based on promising technology and capable innovative people. CorkBIC plays a hands-on role helping entrepreneurs and start-ups navigate the minefield of raising finance, sorting out business propositions, arranging agreements with shareholders and investors, and, perhaps most important of all, finding customers. CorkBIC also works with many Enterprise Ireland (EI) scaling companies once they have received HPSU funding, in particular those who are looking to grow, expand, internationalise and scale their business.

AAP Priority covered : 
Priority 1: Promote entrepreneurship and innovation
Total project/activity cost (€): 
500 000
Funding instrument used: 

Interreg

http://ebn.eu
Country: 
Belgium
Region: 
Brussels
City: 
Brussels
Funding contribution (€): 
400 000
Private contribution (€): 
100 000