Scale Ireland is an independent not-for-profit organisation and our mission is to support, represent and advocate on behalf of Irish tech start-up and scale-up companies, to create the most advantageous conditions for them to succeed.
To provide practical support to founders and start-ups in relation to key policy areas, supports and grants.
To constructively represent the interests of Irish tech start-up and scale-up companies.
To engage with key stakeholders on behalf of the sector to create the best conditions for start-ups.
Scale Ireland has launched today a membership model to bring start-up founders, employees, students, business and individual supporters together to ensure the sector has a significant representative voice.
We are also offering members exclusive complementary supports, discounts and offers, which have been provided by our partners and supporters.
Members will have access to key sectoral information and development, research and policy submissions.
The indigenous tech start-up and scale-up sector provides high calibre jobs, a focus on exports, graduate employment opportunities and investment in innovation.
Indigenous tech start-up and scale-up companies operate in a wide range of sectors . Almost half of the 2,000 companies are involved in enterprise solutions, medtech and fintech. Other prominent sectors include entertainment, industrial technologies, ecommerce, cleantech, travel, agritech, edtech, telecommunications, adtech and security.
Scale Ireland hosted a special webinar with guest speakers: the Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar with Bobby Healy, CEO of Manna Aero, and Claire McHugh, CEO of Axonista.
Including Ireland's most seasoned entrepreneurs, investors and experts.