Convention Centre, Dublin
Fri 21 October 2022
Five Finalists Announced
Prize fund worth €10,000 to be won
The Furthr Festival One2Watch competition supported by OBH Partners is looking for the brightest and most innovative start-ups and entrepreneurs in the country.
Following a strong volume of applications for this year’s competition our expert panel of judges here at Furthr have selected five companies that we think have the ambition, vision and opportunity to scale to become the Furthr Festival One2Watch 2022.
• A place on the Go Furthr Programme
• Office space at Guinness Enterprise Centre
• Access to free legal consultancy with OBH Partners
• Access to the Furthr Investor network
• €5,000 cash prize
How to Apply
Applicants can either record a video or complete a written application form. Videos should be no longer than 7 minutes and written applications should not be more than 200 words per question. All entries should cover the following:
*video upload capacity is 100MB
Meet the Finalists
Data Science Institute
Founder, Grainne Barry – The Data Science Institute’s mission is to provide education and certification for data science professionals to enable them to successfully contribute their skills and knowledge to business and society as a whole.
Founder, Fergal Brady – NoFrixion provides electronic money management and payment services, or colloquially, programmable money. The services are targeted at business customers and are delivered using a variety of Internet mechanisms including a web-based API.
Founder, Craig Lancaster- is on a mission to make an impact on the aviation training industry and to help solve the future global pilot shortage. We are actively breaking down the barriers of exclusion often related to flight training through providing and managing our students path from zero to first officer.
Founders, David Walsh, Niall Kelly & Dr. Johnny Walker. – HaloCare aims to support home carers and revolutionise the senior care sector. Core to the HaloCare offering is a range of unintrusive, contactless technologies installed in the home. The result is around the clock support system for older people, their carers, and their circle of care.
Past finalists have raised a staggering 69 million in under 5 years.