GreenTechHQ partners with Skillnet Ireland to create a sustainable innovative business hub in Enniscorthy

A new partnership between GreenTechHQ and Skillnet Ireland aims to turn Enniscorthy into a thriving business hub. The partnership was announced on Thursday at the formal opening of GreenTechHQ’s sustainability innovation hub in the Technology Park in Enniscorthy.

Skillnet Innovation Exchange is Ireland’s innovation marketplace, connecting large companies facing digital transformation challenges with technology companies that can fast-track their solutions.

The collaboration with Skillnet Innovation Exchange aims to reinforce GreenTechHQ’s mission to establish the South East as a centre of innovation and sustainable business excellence.

The partnership will allow globally ambitious SMEs within the South East region to pitch to, and engage with, large companies seeking innovative solutions.

Founded in February 2023, GreenTechHQ is poised to become an international hub for sustainable businesses in the South East.

The hub, which caters to companies with a focus on environmentally positive technology, provides essential support to start-ups and scaling businesses through accelerator programmes, investor connections, and advisory services covering finance, marketing, and legal support.

Attending Thursday’s launch, Simon Harris TD, Minister for Further & Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science staid he believes that the innovation Exchange Programme will be vital for the challenges facing Irish businesses.

Skillnet Ireland, through initiatives like Skillnet Innovation Exchange, does vital work in advancing the national skills agenda, which in turn futureproofs the capabilities and competitiveness of Irish businesses.

As we work towards a low-carbon future, the demand for sustainability skills is growing faster than ever before.

I strongly believe that collaborative initiatives like the partnership between Skillnet Innovation Exchange and GreenTechHQ, will play a pivotal role in ensuring that green tech start-ups have the best chance to succeed in Ireland and will make a difference on a global scale.

Ed Murphy, CEO, GreentechHQ, said he believes the partnership with Skillnet Ireland will transform the South East and Enniscorthy into a hub of business excellence.

This marks the beginning of an exciting journey towards the continued growth of sustainable innovation in the Southeast. GreenTechHQ is here to ignite the spark of sustainability, nurture innovation, and create a future where businesses thrive while safeguarding our planet.

Together with Skillnet Innovation Exchange and Skillnet Ireland we are set to transform the South East into a hub of sustainable excellence and business success.