Friday, September 4, 2009

Funding program for entrepreneurs from north of the border

With the entrepreneur John Dunlop (inventor of Dunlop tyres) on some of its 10 pound notes, and a great history of industry and hard work, Northern Ireland should be a great place for entrepreneurs. Invest-NI has a scheme for funding entrepreneurs, but hurry since your proposal has to be in by 18 September:


Got a Great Idea?

Make it Your Business!
If you have a business idea with the potential to go global, you should apply for Invest Northern Ireland's new propel programme today.

Are you working late into the night developing your business plan? Maybe you've already designed a product but are now wondering how to get it off the ground?
Whatever stage you're at, it's time to take your idea forward with support from the people who know.
The propel programme can help turn your concept into a hi-growth export focused business in just 12 months. Funded by Invest NI, it is tailored for entrepreneurial individuals with innovative business ideas that have the potential to reach international markets. You'll get personalised support including funding through salary support grant, the experience and knowledge of industry mentors, and connections and exposure with investors and tutors unmatched by any other programme.
At the end, you'll see your business idea become a business reality.

The propel programme is open to all potential entrepreneurs resident in Northern Ireland. Places are limited and competition will be tough. If you're creative, ambitious and determined to succeed, apply now at:

Email: | Tel: 0870 4954 841
Deadline for applications is 18th September 2009.

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