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Irish accelerator Propeller announces its first 6 participating startups

The $1.3 million Irish accelerator scheme ‘Propeller’ has been accepting applications from early stage tech companies for the last few months, and has now chosen six startups to participate in its offer (Update – December 2022: The programme seems to be no longer in business and we therefore deactivated the link).

The programme was started by the Ryan Academy for Entrepreneurship, and was recently funded by the Ryan family (Ryanair Airline). Now the first six startups that will be taking part in the three-month, intensive mentor-led programme have been revealed.

Each of the young startups will get €30K funding and some incubation space in Dublin. Congratulations to the candidates!

  • Associate Mobile: Creator of a parental supervision platform for mobiles
  • Fantom: Premier provider of social media software for fan-based websites
  • GreenEgg Technologies: R&D company focused on green tech and clean tech
  • HealthComms: Service for the continuous remote monitoring of animals
  • Simple LifeForms: online games development, publishing and consultancy startup
  • Vendorshop: Service that helps businesses sell products on Facebook

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Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr is the "Editor in Chief" of EU-Startups.com and started the blog in October 2010. He is excited about Europe's future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona (Spain).


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