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Thursday, April 7, 2016

07/04/2016: Six of Ireland’s leading universities compete for top prize at the Alltech Innovation Competition

http://www.alltech.com/
Image: Kay Kim
The Alltech Innovation Competition returns for its fourth consecutive year, inviting teams of international and national students to present their forward-thinking business plans on innovative ideas in agriculture, food/beverage and the environment.

This competition celebrates entrepreneurship and the impact of cross-functional teamwork in business development. With a total of €9,000 on the line, the competition seeks to address challenges in everyday agribusiness. The winning team receives €4,000 to invest in their business and feedback from industry experts.
     
The competing universities include:

  • Dublin City University.
  • Dublin Institute of Technology.
  • Maynooth University.
  • Trinity College, Dublin.
  • University College Dublin.
  • University of Limerick.
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
9:30am – Programme begins with opening comments.
6.00pm (approximately) – Brief recap of presentations and announcement of winners.

Alltech European Bioscience Centre, Sarney, Summerhill Road, Dunboyne, County Meath, Ireland.

Visit the Alltech site HERE.


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