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

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L to R: Molly Dunne, GMIT Sports Development Officer, John Hynes, Chairman of Galway GAA, Dr Lisa Ryan, Head of the GMIT Department of Natural Sciences and Damien Curley, GMIT GAA Development Officer.

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) and Galway GAA have announced the beginning of a strategic relationship for the delivery of the Institute’s new flagship programme, the Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Sport and Exercise Science, and the development of new academic programmes and resear

SMART programme students and some of their lecturers at sea aboard the Research Vessel Celtic Voyager

The Marine and Freshwater Research Centre (MFRC) at GMIT has been shortlisted for two prestigious national Marine Industry Awards (2016), which recognise excellence in individuals and companies that play a significant role in the growth and development of the marine industry in Ireland.