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

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What's Happening

The Public Information Sessions for the 2017 New Frontiers Programme are starting soon.  Check out details below:

Who wants to be an entrepreneur?

Phase 1 Applications are now open for GMIT New Frontiers Programme 2017. 

If you have an innovative idea and plan to establish your own company, or you are already at an early stage, this is the programme for you! 

Latest News

L to R: Dr Jean Hughes, lecturer, Abby Bowden,  Dublin, Julie Ann Mathews, Offaly, Abby Fitzgerald, Kilkenny,  Aleksandra Skydlo, Galway and Dr Emer Quirke, lecturer.

Students from GMIT recently took part in the Annual Eurachem Analytical Measurement Competition hosted by DIT. The competition is open to second year students studying Laboratory Sciences in Universities and Institutes of Technology across Ireland.

Back Row, L to R: David Chandler, William Commins, Emma Keane, Tony Nolan, Mary O Toole, Brian Morrissey (lecturer), Gerry Talbot (Head of dept). Middle row, L to R, Anne O Leary (lecturer), Sinead Sheehy, Ellen Woods, Izabela Cela, Julie Delany, Artie Clifford, and front row, winners, Micheala O Gorman, Linda Rogers

Culinary Arts Management degree students Michaele Gorman and Linda Rogers have been named the winners of the GMIT Development Chef of the Year 2017 competition in association with Blenders.