Addleshaw Goddard extends tech start-up programme to Ireland

Addleshaw Goddard extends tech start-up programme to Ireland

Mark Walsh

Addleshaw Goddard has extended its successful AG Elevate programme for UK tech businesses to include Ireland for the first time.

The fast-track 10-month programme is designed to advance tech businesses in all sectors of the economy through legal challenges that arise as they grow.

Originally focusing on UK-based startups, Addleshaw Goddard has extended the scope of the programme to include Irish tech startups following the firm’s merger with Eugene F Collins in 2022.

Mark Walsh, Addleshaw Goddard’s head of Ireland, said: “As a business we are committed to offering new innovative solutions and support to our clients so we are really pleased to announce the expansion of the AG Elevate programme to Ireland, which will empower us to help tech startups achieve their objectives for growth and financial success.

“Our team of legal mentors have comprehensive knowledge of the priorities and potential obstacles that fast growing and scaling tech businesses in Ireland encounter which provide substantial benefits to AG Elevate members beyond just legal input.

“Their extensive knowledge of the sector, and experience in handling investments and acquisition in this space ideally positions us to support these startup businesses in achieving their commercial objectives.”

He added: “As innovation and disruption continue to be in high demand across all sectors, we are excited to help Irish tech startups scale up to meet these challenges on the next level of their journey.

“Ireland’s indigenous tech sector has a strong international reputation, and we look forward to supporting continued innovation and growth through the AG Elevate programme.”

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