Startup award: Prize of €25k for recyclers

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Startup award: Prize of €25k for recyclers


Martin Tobin, CEO, ERP Ireland; Richard Bruton, Minister for Communications; Vivienne Lawlor of FoodCloud; and Patrick Walsh of Dogpatch Labs
Martin Tobin, CEO, ERP Ireland; Richard Bruton, Minister for Communications; Vivienne Lawlor of FoodCloud; and Patrick Walsh of Dogpatch Labs

Emerging Irish businesses stand to win a cash prize of €25,000 in Europe’s first startup awards scheme for the circular economy.

The 2019 Green Alley Awards are aimed at startups and young entrepreneurs who have developed a business in the areas of the digital circular economy, recycling and waste prevention.

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The awards are sponsored by the European Recycling Platform (ERP).

Entries are due by June 25 and in September six finalists will be selected for the finals in Berlin in October.

Martin Tobin, CEO, ERP Ireland; Richard Bruton, Minister for Communications; Vivienne Lawlor of FoodCloud; and Patrick Walsh of Dogpatch Labs, are pictured at the launch.

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