Malahide financial tech firm short-listed for start-up awards
A Malahide financial tech company is among 96 companies across the country short-listed for the Bank of Ireland Startup Awards 2017.
Cyber Risk International from Malahide is nominated in the ‘FinTech’ category of the prestigious awards, alongside start-up companies from all over Ireland.
The competition, now in its sixth year, recognises and rewards Irish start-ups for their success in business across 13 categories including digital, health and healthcare, food and drink, retail, fintech and technology with the awards taking place in the Mansion House in Dublin on Thursday, May 18.
Michelle Goodwin, Bank of Ireland’s Enterprise Development Programme Manager said: ‘We are delighted to once again sponsor the Startup Awards and want to congratulate the 27 Dublin businesses who have been short-listed for awards.
‘In addition to recognising the immense contribution that Ireland’s innovators and entrepreneurs make to the economy, the start-up awards offer start-up companies the opportunity to promote their brands on a national and international stage.
‘We have been very pleased with the standard of entries and I know the judging panel have a very difficult job in choosing the final winners at the awards on May 18.’
Stephen Dillion, Founder of Startups.ie said, ‘A big congratulations to all the short-listed companies for making it to this stage of the competition. Starting a new business takes a huge amount of courage and hard work.’
For more information visit www.startupawards.ie