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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GMIT Innovation Hub Galway

GMIT Innovation Hub Mayo

iHub GMIT 10th Anniversary Video

What's Happening

Develop your idea with the GMIT New Frontiers Programme.  If you plan to establish your own company, or you are already at an early stage, this is the programme for you. 

Come along to a free lunch time talk in Galway iHub on Thursday 16th November at 12.30pm by Catherine Brennan, Business Consultant and Efficiency Specialist at Intelligent Business Consulting Ltd.

Latest News

L to R: Tomás Thompson, CEO Rockfield Medical (based in the GMIT iHub), Dr Eugene McCarthy, GMIT MET Gateway, Minister of State for Training and Skills John Halligan, TD, and Dr Lisa Ryan, GMIT MET Academic Director in Medicinal Nutrition.

GMIT’s Medical and Engineering Technologies (MET) Gateway is to receive €1.4m Government funding over the next five years to provide cutting-edge, industry focused solutions for SMEs and larger organisations across the MedTech, Engineering and Lifesciences sectors.

Back row, L to R, Prof Vincent Cunnane, President of LIT, Paul Gallagher, Secretary & Financial Controller, CIT, Dr Oliver Murphy, President of IT Tralee, Dr Michael Mulvey, President of DKIT, Dr Joseph Ryan, CEO THEA, Paul Hannigan, President of LYIT, Dr Fergal Barry, President of GMIT. Front row, L to R, Dr Brendan McCormack, President of IT Sligo, Thomas Stone, IT Sligo, the Minister for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, Dr Annie Doona, President of IADT, Dr Diarmuid O'Callaghan, President of I

Minister for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, TD, opened the first annual Technological Higher Education Association (THEA) Colloquium in GMIT today (10 May).