We’re partnering with Amazon Web Services to give you free cloud credits

We partner with Amazon on free cloud credits for startups (up to $100,000) via their Activate programme! Eligible startups can avail of AWS credits,  technical support and hands-on guidance on using the system. They run free  training sessions regularly to help you get set up on the cloud. Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides startups with … Continue reading “We’re partnering with Amazon Web Services to give you free cloud credits”

“Connecting EU and UK Fintech” – The Fintech Corridor Launch Event

The Fintech Corridor is launching on September 30th. Join us for a discussion on how it can transform the region. The webinar includes speakers from PayPal, Yapstone, InterTradeIreland, IDA and Invest NI. The impressive line-up will also include a guest appearance from Alison Donnelly, Director at fscom and European Women in Payments Network (EWPN) Ambassador … Continue reading ““Connecting EU and UK Fintech” – The Fintech Corridor Launch Event”

Illuminate 2020 Course Content

Who is delievering the programme? DCU Ryan Academy is a non-profit, partnership between Dublin City University and the Ryan Family that aims to be the leading supporter of entrepreneurs and innovation in Ireland. They currently deliver the Female High Fliers Programme which is an accelerator programme for female led startups which specifically addresses the challenges facing … Continue reading “Illuminate 2020 Course Content”

Drogheda Business Book Club

Established in November 2018, the focus of our book club is on reading and discussing a combination of the latest business books alongside acknowledged classics on Strategy, Innovation, Business biographies, and a plethora of other relevant business headings. Also a fun way to network and discuss how and why the books impact on your business … Continue reading “Drogheda Business Book Club”

Grow Remote M1 Drogheda Region

Drogheda and East Meath has one of the highest rate of commuters in Ireland with circa 42% of all workers commuting to outside areas. The census 2016 figures highlighted that East Meath has the highest % of commmuters in Ireland that travel for over 90 minutes each way. The M1 Drogheda Grow Remote Group aims to … Continue reading “Grow Remote M1 Drogheda Region”

COVID-19 Procedures for Tenants and Visitors

The Mill is open for residents and remote workers! Please watch these videos to find out about entering the premises and staying safe (total of 5 minutes): We’ve installed sanitation stations and temperature cameras, and follow strict social distancing procedures to create a safe working environment for everyone. Additional protocols All visitors and returning tenants … Continue reading “COVID-19 Procedures for Tenants and Visitors”

Two Drogheda companies included in Global Scale-up programme

Aphix Software co-founder Graham O’Rourke (left) and Breanndán Casey, Innovation and Enterprise Manager at The Mill. Two businesses, both of them based at Drogheda’s Mill Enterprise Hub, Aphix Software and Fondy Payments, have been chosen as the only Irish-based participants to join ten other start-ups in PwC’s 2020 Global Scale-up Programme for Retail sector. Based … Continue reading “Two Drogheda companies included in Global Scale-up programme”

Drogheda ideally positioned to attract post COVID-19 commuters and expanding companies

Three Drogheda enterprise organisations have come together to develop a new Commuter strategy to retain the 15,000 skilled workers in the immediate district, and to encourage more start-ups, multinationals, and remote workers to base themselves in the wider Drogheda region.  ATTACHED PHOTO L-R: Geoff Fitzpatrick (Chair, Love Drogheda BIDS); Trevor Connolly (CEO Love Drogheda), Irene … Continue reading “Drogheda ideally positioned to attract post COVID-19 commuters and expanding companies”


As COVID-19 takes hold, supporting local business and jobs is now more important than ever. Government, both through the Dept. of Business, Enterprise and Innovation and the Dept. of Employment Affairs and Social Protection, along with Local Authorities, Enterprise Ireland and Local Enterprise Offices are all rallying to provide support to business. Head of Enterprise … Continue reading “COVID-19: SUPPORTS FOR BUSINESS”