RDI Hub opens competitive applications process from ambitious companies
RDI Hub has launched it’s competitive application process to recruit companies and individuals as members. Applications closes on the 28th February 2020.
Applications are expected from domestic and international high potential Start-ups, entrepreneurs, SMEs, academics, local authorities and public sector bodies. Entry will be through a competitive process designed to find and support those digital companies with the best potential for growth and expansion.
RDI Hub will help members scale their businesses through new product development, increased innovation, and finding new market opportunities. The Hub’s ambitious to help create new jobs and drive economic growth in the South-West region.
Members will enjoy State-of-the-Art facilities, access to a suite of Accelerator and Innovation Programmes, as well as Co-Creation Programmes which accelerate value exchange between corporations and Start-ups to deliver transformational growth.
Members will join a curated community that facilitates Peer-to-peer corporate networking and Start-up/Founder engagement.
At RDI Hub, members can work, host meetings, attend programmes, workshop and networking events. Members will also have access to additional supports and mentoring from Researchers, Technologist, Designers and an Investor Panel to accelerator growth.
The RDI Hub is located in a 20,000 sq ft premises in Killorglin. It is located within easy reach of both Cork and Shannon International Airports, and less than 25 minutes’ drive from Kerry Airport.
RDI Hub is a not for profit public-private partnership backed by Fexco, IT Tralee and Kerry County Council
About RDI Hub
RDI Hub is a world-class centre for design-led, innovation located in Ireland’s South West. A first of its kind, RDI Hub focuses on commercialisation of innovation and research in the fintech and related technologies’ sectors. RDI Hub is a not-for-profit partnership between Government, HEI Research and Private Enterprise