GMIT Innovation Hubs

The GMIT Innovation Hubs in Galway and Mayo provide support and facilities for start-up businesses

GMIT Innovation Hubs

We provide you, the entrepreneur, with a supportive environment as you progress your idea from concept to commercial success.

Our supports include:

  • Office space
  • Structured start-up programme (New Frontiers)
  • Mentoring
  • Networking
  • Introduction to investors
  • Access to research
  • Access to students

 

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What's Happening

Thinking of starting a new business?  Accelerate your idea with GMIT New Frontiers Programme 2016 - applications now open.

Latest News

Deirdre Bennett (centre), The Nourishing Gardener, and her team won the overall Public Vote category at the Galway Startup weekend. Deirdre is a student on the GMIT Food Innovation and Entrepreneurship course. She is pictured with fellow student Lucy Bracken (left) and Roisin Kelly.

GMIT students took top prizes at Ireland’s first ever Food Tech startup weekend hosted by the SuperPixel Labs in Galway on 8, 9 and 10 April.

GMIT students on the BA in Bar & Restaurant Management degree (year 2) who hosted a gourmet dinner for 50 guests in the GMIT College of Tourism & Arts restaurant, in aid of the Galway RNLI Lifeboat. L to R: Stephen O’Malley, Brian Moloney, Sinead Flaherty, Phillip Roche, Adrienne O’Connell, Conor Lehane, Dean Corcoran, Kelly Flaherty, Karol Stachowski, Sean Cregg and Edgara Tevelavicius.

Second year students of the Bachelor of Business in Bar & Restaurant Management in GMIT hosted a special culinary and dining experience for members of the public last evening (Monday 11 April) with all proceeds going to the Galway RNLI Lifeboat.