Closing date Wednesday November 10th 2021 at 23.59
Enter Now on The National Startup Awards, now in their Tenth year, have become a pivotal event in the Irish startup calendar where the best and brightest startup companies are recognised at a national level. Over 5,000 companies have entered the awards since their inception and the awards are even more important in 2021 as startups will play a major role in Ireland’s economic recovery from Covid 19.
Previous winners of The National Startup Awards have gone on to achieve great success with Past winners including Manna Drone, Poco By Pippa, Strong Roots, Cambrist, Appis Protect and Urban Volt to name but a few.. Commenting on winning in the MedTech Category in 2019,  Glow DX CEO Blaine Oliver Doyle said:
“The National Startup Awards pushed GlowDx to analyse our business in detail, which really prepared us for tackling COVID19 and supporting our clients. Entering empowered our team, reinforced our mission and gave us a new energy!
The process prepared GlowDx for our Seed Funding Round and gave us a platform to tell our story. Since winning at  the The National Startup Awards, we have scaled our COVID19 testing solutions, saved countless lives and more than tripled the size of our company”
Awards Founder and drinks Entrepreneur Stephen Dillon said:
‘We are extremely proud to be celebrating 10 years of The National Startup Awards. We have seen some incredible companies come through the awards over the years and we can’t wait to meet this year’s entrants. Startup companies are the innovation force behind our economy and we need to promote them and encourage them as much as possible, particularly at this challenging time’ 
(Stephen Dillon Founder of and The National Startup Awards)
Entry is free and online at The closing date for entries is Wednesday November 3rd 2021.

The awards headline partner is Enterprise Ireland and is also partnered by SAGE, Microfinance Ireland, McCann Fitzgerald Solicitors and (Cronin & Company)
2021 is the 10th year of the awards which seek to recognise excellence in Irish startups across 10 categories.
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