Irish-US accelerator aims to inject $50mn into tech startups

December 30, 2019 | Accelerator

Written by FinTech Alliance

Irish-US accelerator aims to inject $50mn into tech startups

Continuous Ventures, an Irish-US accelerator firm, is seeking to raise $50mn.

In Brief:

  • The accelerator backs technology startups to make them ‘investor ready’.

  • It backs companies in the AI, FinTech and envirotech sectors.

  • Continuous Ventures was founded out of Irish digital media and strategy firm Continuum’s Momentum programme.

What does this mean?

As well as capital investment, the programme aims to give startups everything they need to get ahead. Startups will benefit from the advice of big names in Irish tech including Continuum CEO Colin Meagle, Intel’s Margaret Burgraff and GameStop’s Kevin Neary.
 

Read more here.

 

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