Therese Langan, Transformation Project Manager at Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council said
"This is an excellent opportunity for small and emerging companies to get involved in demand led projects through the development of innovative solutions and technologies to address future challenges that impact on the quality of peoples' lives".
The call will be open for applications from the 26th of April. Successful applicants will be selected by an open competition process. It is open to any organisation, developers of ICT and software solution providers, universities, entrepreneurs and service providers. The scale-up of SBIR is a key action in the Dublin Action Plan for Jobs.
Full information and the invitations to tender will be available on the 26th of April here
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Background: Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Ireland is the national innovation pre-commercial procurement initiative administered by Enterprise Ireland. Its aim is to drive innovation across all sections of the Irish public sector via robust engagement with technology rich companies and organisations, through competitive challenges.