At a ceremony in the Royal Hospital in Kilmainham on Thursday 23rd June, CIT was awarded the Spin-Out Company Impact Award for the work done on AventaMed , the award winning spin-out from MEDIC. The KTI Impact Awards showcase the success in knowledge transfer carried out in Irish HEI’s and also acknowledge and celebrate the […]
Exxcel Female Entrepreneurship Programme (STEM)
The Rubicon Exxcel Programme is a new initiative providing women with a business idea related to the science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) sectors with the opportunity to explore and develop their idea. NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS.
Programmes: A wide range of business development supports offering expert training and business advice.
Business Support: Access to mentoring panels and advisory services, experienced sector specific entrepreneurs.
Client Services: Entrepreneurs and investors alike are attracted to the Rubicon because of its offerings of supports.
Perfume alchemy is heavily dependent on rose oil and Cork-based start-up has this valuable sector firmly in its sights! Mon, May 30, 2016, 03:00 Olive Keogh, Irish Times One of the biggest users of essential oils is the global perfume industry, which is expected to be worth $46 billion (€41bn) by 2018. Perfume alchemy is […]
Startup Runway Project This exciting project – a partnership between CIT and the University of Economics at the University of DaNang – is funded through the Department of Foreign Affairs Vietnam Ireland Bilateral Exchange (VIBE) programme. The project has supported CIT and Rubicon Centre staff to travel to Vietnam to provide training to staff, and […]
The New Frontiers programme is funded by Enterprise Ireland and is delivered by the Rubicon Centre at Cork Institute of Technology and the Tom Crean Business Centre at the Institute of Technology Tralee. This programme has been designed to provide the best training an entrepreneur could find to turn their idea into a reality. This […]
The Rubicon Centre, Ireland’s leading business innovation hub today celebrated the graduation of nine entrepreneurs from its second Exxcel programme for females in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) sectors at CIT’s Rubicon Centre. The programme, which is one of the first of its kind in Ireland provides a platform for females with STEM […]