Clonmel Chamber sees tech start-ups as vital to growing jobs

3 Nov 2010

Clonmel Chamber has embarked on a novel but visionary new scheme to identify technology start-ups and in turn create employment in the area without using government funding of any sort.

The initiative, launching on 12 November, seeks to create local jobs without the assistance of Government funding.

Run by the Clonmel Chamber, the initiative offers business supports, services and facilities to a start-up company that has the ability to create jobs locally. 

Wide ranging services provided

The package includes office accommodation, free broadband, free electricity and business support services (legal, accountancy, HR and IT support) – all of which will be given to the winning submission for a year for free in an attempt to create employment.

The Clonmel Chamber will host the National Enterprise Conference on 12th of November November to raise awareness on the changes they have made to aid businesses.