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Aeroblue testimonial

Raise Ventures Accelerator review with Jason McDevitt, startup founder at Aeroblue Software

Today we speak to Jason McDevitt, startup founder at Aeroblue Software to hear his thoughts, review and testimonial about Raise Accelerator programme that he successfully took part in during 2021. How has your team grown since joining the Raise accelerator? Jason: “We have recently Hired 2 Part-time developers to start working on our prototype and…

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Clare Ryan Testimonial

Raise Ventures Accelerator review with Clare Ryan, startup founder with CYBR!SC.

Today we speak to Clare Ryan, startup founder with CYBR!SC to hear their thoughts, review and testimonial about Raise Accelerator programme that she successfully took part in during 2021. How has your startup grown since joining the Raise accelerator? Clare: “Since partnering with Raise we have refocused our efforts on securing a funding round and…

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Raise Ventures Accelerator review with Raj Agarwal, startup founder at tisec.io

Today we speak to Raj Aharwal, startup founder at Tisec to hear his thoughts, review and testimonial about Raise Accelerator programme that he successfully took part in during 2021. How have you found the post-course support after completing the Raise accelerator programme. Raj: “It was an unexpected experience post-programme support, even till today TISEC don’t feel…

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Who should come along for the ride?

We’re going to be very specific. We have loads of events coming up. We have loads of events planned but not public yet. But we also have a specific audience. Our events are not open to everyone. They’re not open to the rank and file, they’re not open to government employees, they not really open…

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A Five-Year Revenue Forecast in 30 Seconds or Less

After a few spits and spats on the Twittersphere recently around five year revenue projections, I had a BFHHM (big Ha-Ha moment). Startups in Northern Ireland and Ireland are confusing budgets with plans. Why? Probably because the main source of investment advice is a government agency. These public servants are well-meaning but inexperienced* and risk-averse…

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