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24 new high potential start-up companies are set to create 445 new positions in the second quarter of this year. These companies are government backed  through Enterprise Ireland.

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TD said that many of the companies operate within “the innovative sectors that the Government is targeting for growth: clean tech, life sciences, ICT and financial services”.

Head of High Potential Start Ups and Scaling at Enterprise Ireland Greg Treston said “these 24 companies come from a broad range of sectors, confirming that there are significant opportunities for new export-focussed business start ups, particularly in life sciences, bio-tech and medical technology, cleantech, food, telecommunications, internet services and other niche areas”. 

Some of the companies include AskMoby Ltd., Biocroi Ltd, Biometric, Solutions Ltd. and DOCOsoft.