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Seedcorn Investor Readiness Competition 2019 Briefing Sessions

By , Monday, 15th April 2019 | 0 comments
Filed under: Entrepreneur, 2019.

InterTradeIreland are holding Seedcorn Investor Readiness Competition 2019 briefing sessions in Dublin.








Start-up companies across the island are being offered the opportunity to learn more about how to cash in on a €280,000 prize fund in the InterTradeIreland All-island Seedcorn Investor Readiness Competition 2019.

InterTradeIreland’s equity advisers will talk about the benefits of entering the competition during a series of free workshops.

Please note pre-registration is essential.

Forthcoming  sessions

Each session will last around an hour and will outline the benefits for companies of going through the process, common errors and how to apply for the competition. 

What is Seedcorn?

Seedcorn competition 2019 now open for registrations.

The Seedcorn competition mirrors the real life investment process and can greatly improve your ability to attract investment for your business by helping you and your business become investor ready. The competition is aimed at early and new start companies that have a new equity funding requirement and has a total cash prize fund of €280,000.

How to Apply

To apply for the 2019 Seedcorn competition, you must first create an account.

Then you will be asked to complete an application form about your business. Later in the competition, you will be asked to provide a visual representation of your business idea. This can either be a short video clip or a slide show presentation or both. FREE regional briefing sessions on the Seedcorn competition are now available for registration, see events below.

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